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Driver Education . Class Study Review . Any vehicle operated by a GDL driver under 21 must display: Chapter 1: 1 reflective red decal on the front and rear license plate. Altering a driver’s license, or showing an altered driver’s license, may result in:

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driver education

Driver Education

Class Study Review

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Any vehicle operated by a GDL driver under 21 must display:

  • Chapter 1: 1 reflective red decal on the front and rear license plate
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Altering a driver’s license, or showing an altered driver’s license, may result in:

  • Chapter 1: Suspension, a fine and up to 6 months imprisonment
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Unless a no-turn on red sign is posted, NJ law allows a right turn on red after a motorist:

  • Chapter 4: Makes a full stop and checks traffic
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You can reduce your chances of being involved in an accident by knowing and using the standard accident prevention formula:

  • Chapter 5: Be alert, be prepared, act in time
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Under the GDL restrictions the holder of Probationary Driver License (under 21), is limited to the following passenger restrictions:

  • Chapter 1: Dependents and one additional person, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian
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When approaching or near an uncontrolled intersection, you should:

  • Chapter 4: Reduce speed and be prepared to stop
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If you come to a multi-way stop at the same time as another motorist, you must:

  • Chapter 4: Yield to the motorist on the right
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How much longer will it take a truck to stop during bad weather conditions?

  • Chapter 8: 25% more
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When parking uphill on a street with a curb, the vehicle’s wheels should be:

  • Chapter 5: Turned away from the curb
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Signals should be used:

  • Chapter 3: When turning, changing lanes, stopping and slowing down
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If your driving privilege is suspended for a motor vehicle violation or any other violation, you:

  • Chapter 7: May NOT drive for any reason until the period of suspension ends and your license is restored
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If a motorist have reached a BAC of .15%, the risk of causing a motor vehicle is:

  • Chapter 6: Twenty-five times as great
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The vehicle used for the road test may NOT have:

  • Chapter 2: Any obstructions or consoles between the driver and the examiner
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Under the GDL Program, after passing the road test; a Probationary Driver is Probationary for how long?

  • Chapter 1: 1 year
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The best way to reduce your chances of having an alcohol-related accident is to:

  • Chapter 6: Not drive at all after drinking
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Motorists are subject to double fines for any motor vehicle violations committed on:

  • Chapter 4: safe corridor and/or on a construction work zone area
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The meaning of a hand signal when a driver’s hand and arm are straight out is:

  • Chapter 3: Left turn
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The driving hours of a GDL Examination Permit or Probationary License holder (under 21 years of age) are restricted to:

  • Chapter 1: 5:01am to 11:00pm
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To safely share the road with large trucks and buses, you must know:

  • Chapter 8: The limitations of these vehicles regarding visibility, required stopping distances and maneuverability.
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If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident that causes injury to another person, while your driving privileges are suspended, you are subject to:

  • Chapter 7: A fine, continued suspension and potential jail sentence
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When sharing the road with large trucks or buses, you should:

  • Chapter 8: Give more roads to a truck making a wide turn, leave more space when stopping behind a truck or bus, and maintain a consistent speed when passing
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How much is the fine for violating any of the restrictions of the of the GDL Permit or Probationary License?

  • Chapter 1: $100.00 and/or a possible suspension of driving privileges
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The holder of a validated GDL permit (21 years of age or older) is restricted to what driving hours?

  • Chapter 1: No restrictions apply
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If the motorist of a large truck or bus cannot see you in his rearview or side-view mirrors, you are:

  • Chapter 8: In the no-zone or blind spot
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The New Jersey speed limit in a business or residential district, unless otherwise posted, is:

  • Chapter 4: 25 mph
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Driving at a speed of 35 mph or more on wet road surfaces can cause:

  • Chapter 5:The tires to hydroplane and the motorist to loose control of the vehicle
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During the probationary two year period after receiving a special learner or examination permit, a motorist must enroll in a Probationary Driver Program when:

  • Convicted of 2 or more moving violations totaling 4 or more points
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If you go into a skid, you should:

  • Take your foot off the gas pedal
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A Special Learner Permit may be purchased by an approved instructor, when the applicant:

  • Chapter 1: Is at least 16 years old and under 17, has a signed consent by parent or guardian, is enrolled in an approved NJDOE behind-the-wheel driver training course or commercial driving school
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Driving while under the influence of intoxicating beverages means:

  • Chapter 6: A driver’s senses and judgment are impaired by alcohol
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In the event of a crash or sudden stop, use of seat belts may:

  • Chapter 3: Keep you from sliding off the seat, from hitting the windshield, and from being thrown from the car
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In city driving, a motorist should:

  • Chapter 5: Drive slowly, yield to pedestrians and look at least 12 seconds ahead
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When a school bus has stopped directly in front of a school to pick up or let off children, a motorist may pass from either direction at a speed of to more than:

  • Chapter 4: 10 mph
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If a motorist is passing you, you should:

  • Chapter 5: Slow down to make the pass easier for the other motorist
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If under 21, New Jersey law states that you may be under the influence if your BAC is:

  • Chapter 6: Any level
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Failure to stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk carries of fine of up to:

  • Chapter 4: $500, up to 25 days in jail, 6 months suspension 2 points and community service
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The holder of a validated GDL Special Learner’s Permit or Examination Permit (under 21) must meet which of the following requirements before obtaining a Probationary License:

  • Chapter 1: Must pass a knowledge, vision and road test, must be at least 17 years old, must have completed in minimum of 6 months supervised driving without any suspensions or postponements
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A diamond shaped sign is a:

  • Appendix pg. 201:Construction and warning sign
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Which requirement must be met by the supervisor driver accompanying the holder of a validated GDL Permit (under 21)?

  • Chapter 1: Must be 21 years or older and seated in the front seat, must be a NJ licensed driver, must be licensed for a minimum of 3 years
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The bright beam lights are used for:

  • Chapter 5: Open country driving and when there is no traffic in sight
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If your brakes suddenly give out, the first thing you should try do is:

  • Chapter 5: Shift into a lower gear and pump the brakes several times
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When parking downhill on a street with a curb, the vehicle’s wheel should be:

  • Chapter 3:Turned toward the curb
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If your wheels drift onto the dirt should of the road and you want to return to the paved road, you should:

  • Chapter 5: Slow down, and slightly turn the steering wheel towards the roadway
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In addition to a possible fine when operating a vehicle on a public or private property to avoid traffic control signal or sign, a motorist will also receive a:

  • Chapter 7: 2 point moving violation
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If you sell your car and do not buy another, what do you do with the license plates?

  • Chapter 9: Turn them into a MVC Agency or mail them to Trenton
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In city driving, a good habit is to:

  • Chapter 5: Look 12 seconds ahead
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The shape of a yield sign is:

  • Appendix pg. 201: Triangle
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Passing on the right is allowed only on roads with more than one lane going in the same direction when:

  • The motorist ahead is turning left and there is room to pass
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Whether your blood alcohol content (BAC) rises legal limits depends on:

  • Amount you drink, your weight, time you take to drink
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The holder of an Examination permit or Probationary Driver (over 21) is limited to how many passengers?

  • None
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Drugs that may affect basic driving skills are:

  • Cold pills, tranquilizers, some prescription drugs
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The holder of a Probationary License, who is under 21, may drive unsupervised when the what requirements have been met:

  • Passed a MVC road test, after completing the minimum 6 months supervised driving
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New Jersey’s Implied Consent Law means, that using NJ roads, motorists have agreed to :

  • Breathe Test
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In addition to a possible fine, when operating a vehicle on public or private property to avoid a traffic control signal or sign, a motorist may also receive:

  • 2 point moving violation
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When two or more roads join and there no signs or signals, it is good practice to:

  • Reduce speed and be ready to stop if necessary
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When making any turns, state law requires a motorist to get in the proper lane and signal at least:

  • 100 feet before the turn
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When you see or hear emergency vehicles responding with sirens and/or flashing lights, you must:

  • Pull over to the extreme right of the roadway and stop, letting them pass you
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To avoid ‘highway hypnosis’ when driving, it is good practice to:

  • Avoid looking at any one thing for more than a few seconds
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Before practice driving can begin, in addition to a valid registration and a valid insurance card, the GDL must also have:

  • A validated permit from a MVC Driver Testing Center
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You should always yield to:

  • Emergency vehicles, pedestrians in a crosswalk, other vehicles already in the intersection
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Road surfaces are most slippery when:

  • During the first few minutes of a rainfall
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To drive in reverse:

  • Turned to the right until he/she can clearly see through the back of the window without the use of mirrors
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If a person has too much to drink in your home and has a motor vehicle accident after leaving your home, you may:

  • Be involved in a lawsuit
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The best way to enter a curve is:

  • Slow down before entering the curve
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The best way to ‘talk’ to other motorists is:

        • Use your horn, lights and hand signals
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To maintain a proper following distance when driving, you should stay at least:

  • Three-seconds-plus behind the vehicle in front of you
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When approaching a railroad crossing with flashing lights, you must:

  • Stop at least 15 feet from crossing
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Which of the following convictions will result in an Insurance Surcharge?

  • Driving unlicensed/suspended, DUI of Liquor/Drugs and /or Refusal to Take a Breathalyzer Test, no liability insurance on a motor vehicle
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On snow covered roads, a good rule is to maintain a following distance of :

  • 6 seconds or more
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Headlights must be used:

  • Between one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise and anytime in bad weather when visibility is less than 500 feet
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If you have a flat tire or blowout:

  • Slow down gradually and remove the foot from the gas pedal
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When driving at night, be sure that you can stop:

  • With the distance you can see ahead
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Driving privileges will be postponed or suspended to any unlicensed person (13 to 21 years) convicted of :

  • Buying alcoholic beverages and /or driving under the influence, graffiti, setting false alarms
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A motorist should be cautious in farm country or open land because:

  • The unexpected crossing of livestock and/or deer
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An acceleration lane is:

  • An extra land at a highway entrance
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To avoid hydroplaning and loosing control of the vehicle on a wet road surface, you should:

  • ­Slow down and drive on the highest point of the road
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The most common type of parking on city streets and the one that takes the most practice for new motorists is:

  • ­Parallel parking
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Refusal of a breath test in NJ is equal to driving with a BAC of .10% and a MVC insurance surcharge of :

  • $1000/year for 3 years
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To avoid a spin, while in a skid, you should:

  • Turn in the same direction the rear of the vehicle is spinning
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It is good practice to keep a safe distance to:

  • Give you more time to react to emergencies
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At what age is the holder of a GDL Permit (young adult) eligible to obtain a Basic Driver License?

  • At age 18, with completion of all the Probationary requirements, without any suspensions or postponement
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How much braking distance will it take a vehicle to stop on a dry surface when driving at 60 mph?

  • 300 feet
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After 2 to 4 drinks, alcohol begins to impair your:

  • Reaction time, coordination and balance, judgment
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Applying for a drivers license illegally may result in:

  • Licensed suspension, fine of $200 to $500 and imprisonment
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When driving or stopping behind a large truck or bus, you should?

  • Leave enough space so that the truck driver can spot you, in his rearview mirror
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A deceleration lane:

  • An extra lane at a highway exit
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If a motorist has reached a BAC of slightly above .05%, the risk of causing a motor vehicle accident is:

  • Double
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If the gas pedal sticks, before calling for help, you should keep your eyes on the road and quickly:

  • Shift to neutral and steer the vehicle off the roadway
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