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What age can you get a permit?
15
What are the three types of licenses?
instruction, intermediate, and full
What is the cost of an instruction permit?
$1.00 without office fee
What are some restrictions of having an instructional license?
If you are under sixteen years of age, you must have someone who is over 21 years of age in the passenger seat.
What are the restrictions of an intermediate license?
No driving from 1:00 AM to 5:00 AM unless you are going from a school activity, job, or an emergency and everyone including the driver must wear a sealt belt.
How long does the instruction permit last?
12 months ( 1 year )
How much does the Intermediate license cost and how long does it last?
$5.00, for 2 years
How much does the Full license cost and how long does it last?
$7.50 and lasts for 3 years ( for people under 21 years of age ) after 21 years of age until 69 years of age the license must be renewed every 6 years, and for ages 70 or over, the license expires every 3 years.
Yellow lines divide what type of traffic?
on-coming
White lines direct what type of traffic?
same-direction
A red sign means what?
Stop, yield, or prohibited
A yellow sign means what?
warning
A black sign means...
regulatory
white is the same as black which means...
regulatory
orange means...
construction
green means...
direction or distance
blue means...
motorist services
brown means...
public recreation and cultural interests
Octagon=?
stop
Round = ?
railroad
Triangle = ?
yield
crossbuck = ?
railroad
vertical rectange = ?
regulatory
pennant = ?
No Passing Zone
a sideways triangle
Horizontal rectangle = ?
Guide
Diamond = ?
warning
Pentagon = ?
School
Trapezoid =
Parks and recreation
What is the maximum speed limit on rural interstates and freeways?
70 MPH
What is the maximum speedlimit on expressways?
65 MPH
Speed limit on highways, freeways or expressways within urbanized areas?
60 MPH
Speed limit on all other roads and highways?
60 MPH
Speed limit on lettered roads?
55 MPH
What do you do when seeing the crossbuck? ( railroad crossing sign )
Yield to all trains crossing ( don't hurry across, don't switch gears while on tracks )
Work zone signs mean what?
Less than ideal driving conditions ahead
When approaching a stationary emergency vehicle displaying lighted red or red and blue lights, you must do what?

( two things )
-Proceed with caution and yield to the right of way. If it is safe, make a lane change into a lane that's not near the emergency vehicle.
-Proceed with due caution and reduce your speed. This second option is used if you cannot change lanes safely.
Which way do you turn your wheels if you're parking down hill with or without a curb?
right
Which direction do you turn your wheels if you're parking up hill with a curb?
left
Which direction do you turn your wheels if you're parking up hill without a curb?
right
Upon your first suspension for failure to keep insurance, what happens to you?

(three things)
-Suspension of your driver license
-Pay a $20 fee
-File prooof of insureance for 3 years
Upon your 2nd suspension for failure to keep insurance, what happens?

(3 things)
90-day suspension of your driver license

Pay a $200 fee

File proof of insurance for 3 years
Upon your 3rd suspension for failure to keep insurance, what happens?

(three things)
-1 year suspension of your license
-$400 fee
-File proof of unsurance for 3 years
What do you have to do if you do not pay for damages that you caused in a motor vehicle accident?
-License suspended for a year
-$20 fee
-Send proof to the Driver and Vehicle Services Bureau that you have settled the damages
What happens on your 1st offense if you're caught driving drunk? (( or if you just have too high of a blood alcohol concentration level ))
-30 day suspension
-followed by a 60 day restricted driving privilege
What do you have to do to get your license back after your 1st offense of getting caught with too high of a BAC level?
-Pay a $45 fee and attend a SATOP (Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program) and provide proof of insurance for 2 years
Upon your 2nd offense of getting caught with too high of a BAC level, what happens?
-1 year license revocation (taken away)
What must you do to get your license back after your second offense of getting caught with too high of a BAC level?
(( same thing as 1st offense ))

INCLUDING: you must pass the written and driving tests
What happens if you're convicted and found guilty of driving with a too high of BAC level? (1st offense)
-15 days in jail
-$300 fine
What happens if you're convicted and found guilty of driving with a too high of a BAC level? (2nd offense)
-spend up to one year in jail
-$1,000 fine
What happens if you're convicted and found guilty of DWI (driving while intoxicated)? (1st offense)
-6 months in jail
-$500 fine
What happens if you're convicted and found guilty of DWI (2nd offense)?
-1 year in jail
-$1,000 fine
What happens if you've been convicted and been found guilty of DWI? (3rd offense) Also, what happens to your license?
-5 years in jail
-$5,000 fine
-Your license is denied for 10 years
How many points do you get for speeding? (on your license)
3 points
How many points do you recieve for careless and imprudent driving?
2 points
How many points do you get for allowing an unlicensed driver for operating a vehicle?
4 points
How many points do you get for a felony involving a vehicle?
12 points
How many points do you get for obtaining a driver's license by misrepresentation?
12 points
How many points do you get for operating a vehicle with a suspended or revoked license?
12 points
How many days is your license suspended for your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd suspension for getting a total of 8 or more points in a period of 18 months?
-1st suspension, 30 days
-2nd suspension, 60 days
-3rd suspension, 90 days
In what instances (3) wil The Department of Revenue revoke your driving privileges for one year?
-12 or more points in 12 months
-18 or more points in 24 months
-24 or more points in 36 months
How will your points decrease in a period of no driving misdemeanors in one year?
-Points reduced by 1/3
How will your points decrease in a period of no driving misdemeanors in two years?
remaining points reduced by 1/2
How will your points decrease in a period of no driving misdemeanors in three years?
points reduced to zero