Drivers Test This is the Drivers Test There are only 10 questions; You MUST answer 10 out of 10 correctly; ANY incorrect answer will terminate the Drivers Test immediately; You may re-take the test if desired; Good Luck! 1. As you approach the top of a hill where you can not see, you should?Speed up to get over the topAdjust your speed and prepare to stop if necessaryKeep a steady speed2. BEFORE YOU REACH THE INTERSECTION, WHEN CROSSING RAILROAD TRACKS IN SLOW TRAFFIC, YOU SHOULD:Stop on the tracks until your light turns greenWait until you can completely cross the tracks before you proceedStop between the crossing gates in case they close3. When you park on a hill, which direction should your wheels be pointed when your vehicle is heading down the hill?Turn your wheels away from the side of the road or curbKeep wheels straight and apply parking brakeTurn wheels sharply towards the side of the road or curb4. You fall back and allow more room in the following condition?When following a station wagonWhen following drivers whose view to the rear is blockedWhen following a passenger car5. A RED AND WHITE TRIANGULAR SIGN AT AN INTERSECTION MEANS:Slow down if an emergency vehicle is approachingLook both ways as you cross the intersectionSlow down and be prepared to stop if necessary6. Before entering an intersection, you should?Look to your rightLook to your leftLook left, right and then left again7. ORANGE CONSTRUCTION SIGNS WARN YOU:Of an accident aheadThat you will have to come to a complete stop shortlyOf workers and road equipment ahead8. When exiting a freeway, do not slow down until:Right before the exit laneYou move onto the exit rampAt the end of the exit9. Pedestrians using a guide dog or carrying a white cane must be:Given absolute right of wayGiven right of way at corners onlyTold when to cross the street10. Drivers turning left must yield to:No one in particularPassing carsOncoming cars moving straight aheadCongratulations, you PASSED with flying colors! Pat yourself on wait for further instructions from the Department of Transportation for the Government of The United States of America; Time is Up!