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South Carolina DMV Permit Practice Test 10 2019

(From the 2019 South Carolina Driver's Manual)
Number of tests: 10
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 80

Directions: When applying for South Carolina Driver's license, applicants must take and successfully pass a knowledge exam. The South Carolina Knowledge exam consists of 30 questions. You must score 80% to pass that exam. The following questions are based on the details provided in the South Carolina Driver License Manual. Please study the manual before taking the test. If you need additional information, please contact your local DMV office. You can find your nearest DMV office at South Carolina DMV locations.

You have made 2 errors so far.
1. Which of the tips for being passed by another driver are true?
  • All of the above.

  • Be on guard so that you can protect yourself from any unsafe actions performed by the other driver.

  • If the passing car must return to your lane because of oncoming traffic, allow them space.

  • Maintain speed and position when being passed.

2. Motorcyclists are entitled to use the full width of a traffic lane; therefore, a driver should pass a motorcycle the same way as passing another vehicle.
  • False

  • True

3. To see objects in your blind spot when changing lanes, drivers should check:
  • Only the left outside mirror.

  • Only the inside rearview mirror.

  • Over the left or right shoulder.

4. This sign means:
  • Watch for trucks.

  • Warning, hill. Steep downgrade ahead.

  • Do not pass trucks.

  • Truck parking area ahead.

5. Which statements about passing another vehicle on a two-lane road are true:
  • Signal at least 100 feet prior to the lane change and ensure there is no oncoming traffic.

  • All of the above.

  • Wait until you can see both headlights of the other car you’ve passed in your rearview mirror before returning to the right lane.

  • Use your mirrors and look over your left shoulder to check your blind spot.

6. When driving in fog or mist, never put your headlights on high beam because:
  • Approaching vehicles might not see you.

  • Vehicles behind you may follow too closely.

  • The light will reflect back into your eyes.