The main reasons why driving at night is more dangerous are reduced visibility and fatigue. Here are some things that help you stay safe on the road at night. Always make sure your headlights and windshield are clean. Drive with your lights on high beams, when possible. Don’t drive at night if you feel tired.
Learn how to drive safely on slick roads and how to master a skid before you take your DMV written test. You should expect at least one or two questions about driving in adverse weather and on slippery roads. If you live in a northern state with bad winter conditions, expect at least one question about winter driving.
DMV test questions about safe driving on slippery roads are based on some simple facts that you should know and understand. We tell you what they are.
The first step is to get your state driver manual or driver handbook. You can get a hard copy at your local DMV office, usually for a small fee. There are also online versions, often in more than one format.
Make sure you read the manual! All questions on your permit practice test and your final knowledge test are based on the information in the manual.
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The online practice tests at Driver’s Prep that have more than 500 free DMV questions. The number of questions in the practice tests for some states is even 1,000!! You will not find this large number of questions anywhere else. All Driver’s Prep questions are based on the driver’s manual or driver’s handbook in your state. They truly got you covered!