Drivers Quiz

Whether you are a new driver or have had your license for many years, there is always a risk of a car accident while on the road. Taking our 20-question quiz refreshes you on driving basics, statistics, and everyday driving situations you may encounter to help you be better prepared.

If you are involved in an accident, it’s important to know what to do after a car accident both at the scene and after. Should you or a loved one be injured, a personal injury lawyer like the team at Marasco & Nesslebush can assist you in getting compensation to cover medical bills or car repairs.


Interesting Statistics and Things All Drivers Should Know

Think you know all about driving? Take this quiz to test your knowledge!

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Texting while driving is banned in _ states.

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There are _ fatal car accidents with male drivers for every 1 with a female driver.

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If you are driving at night and an approaching car doesn’t dim its high beams, what should you do?

4 / 20

How far behind another car should you travel assuming normal conditions and weather?

5 / 20

True or False: The number one cause of death of law enforcement officers is traffic accidents.

6 / 20

Is driving under the influence of marijuana illegal?

7 / 20

What should you do if you get a flat tire while driving on the highway?

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How do you know if you are in a semi-truck’s blind spot?

9 / 20

Most fatal car accidents occur between the times of _ - _.

10 / 20

When being tailgated by another vehicle, how can a driver practice defensive driving?

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At what age are you at the highest risk of being in a car accident?

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Distractions cause _ % of car accidents with injuries.

13 / 20

When an emergency vehicle is approaching from behind you, you must:

14 / 20

Is it illegal to wear headphones while driving?

15 / 20

Which of the following must you do when parking at the top of a hill facing downhill?

16 / 20

_% of drivers in fatal car accidents weren’t wearing their seat belts.

17 / 20

About  _% of accidents happen within a 5-mile radius of home.

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True or False: Loud, aggressive music can increase your risk of getting in an accident by slowing down your reaction time.

19 / 20

When driving in icy or snowy conditions, what should you do to avoid getting into an accident?

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True or False: Studies show that common situations of driving when tired (like after a long day at work) are equivalent to driving under the influence of alcohol.

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