Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Driving?
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How Much Do You Know About Driving?
By: Talin Vartanian
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About This Quiz

Many people in the world know how to drive, and have obtained their license through a series of classes and driving exercises to learn the rules of the road. These types of rules range from signs and colored curbs to passing lanes and merging. In this quiz, we're exploring many of these rules to see if you're truly a driving expert!

Let's start with a few basic signs. If you see a sign that says "Slower Traffic Keep Right," what do you think that means? Well, it means that anybody who is driving slow should be driving in the far right lane(s), as faster vehicles tend to drive in the leftmost lanes. Another example would be "Shoulder Work Ahead," which indicates that some type of construction activity is going on ahead of you (in the shoulder area). In this case, you should always slow down and even pass into another lane to avoid a potential collision with a construction worker. If a police officer catches you speeding in these types of construction zones, you'll often get a hefty fine as well!

This quiz will also look at parking, crosswalks, scanning, speed limits and more, so we hope you've studied hard for this quiz! If you think you can easily score a 35/35, it's time to test your driving wits now!

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