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What does the Basic Speed Law Mean?

The basic speed law means you must drive at a safe and appropriate speed under existing conditions. When special hazards exist with respect to pedestrians or other traffic or by reason of weather or highway conditions, you can get a ticket if you drive at the posted speed limit and fail to adjust your speed.
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Work Zone Answers You Must Know for Your DMV Test

Temporary Traffic Control Signs - Copyright: driversprep.com Who is at most risk in a road work zone? A driver or a road worker? You may be surprised to learn that, on average, 85 percent of all deaths in work zones are drivers and passengers in cars. That is why work zone safety may be emphasized on your DMV test. There are several things you should know and several signs and signals you must be able to identity.
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Things to Remember about Interstate Highway Driving

Interstate Highway Driving - Driversprep.com When you practice for your permit test and the DMV written test you should pay special attention to information about driving on interstates and controlled-access highways. Questions about interstate highway driving are very likely to show up on your DMV written test, no matter if you are a first-time permit applicant or just taking a re-examination.
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Advisory Speed Signs and Speed Limit Signs

Speed signs - driversprep.com For your driver's license or permit exam, you must know the difference between these two speed signs. One is a regulatory speed limit sign. The other is an advisory (recommended) speed sign. Regulatory speed limit signs must be obeyed. Advisory speed signs are often seen under a warning sign and typically placed at sharp curves, exits, or exit ramps. The show the recommended speed.
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Could You Be Speeding?

Could you be unaware that you're speeding? According to retired police captain J. S. Clevenger, it is possible and happens often. By knowing where speed limits change, you can monitor your speed. Being informed can help you avoid a dreaded speeding ticket. If you are studying for the written knowledge test, prepare for speed limit questions on learner's permit tests and driver's license exams. Clevenger notes that laws can vary from state to state; therefore, learn these rules before traveling to avoid any speeding violations.
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