The following pages are text-intensive, since they deal primarily with the laws of the California vehicle Code. It is a little lengthy, and tedious, however, ANY of these subjects may be covered in your written test. Therefore, we highly recommend that you do NOT skip this, or other text-intensive pages. Knowledge is the key to passing your test, as well as avoiding tickets and collisions in the future.
Laws regarding the ownership, sale, operation, and maintenance of vehicles and trailers in the State of California as well as the licensing of drivers is set forth in The California Vehicle Code as well as other codes of the State including:
The California Vehicle Code requires DMV to license and/or inspect the operations of:
The California Vehicle Code contains the laws and regulations governing the licensing process, the expiration and renewal of a driver license, and the suspension and revocation of a driver license. Special certifications or endorsements are required to:
The California Vehicle Code specifies what types of trailers and vehicles can be towed, what types of vehicles are necessary for towing different trailers and vehicles, and what licenses, certifications, or endorsements are necessary to be able to tow these trailers and vehicles.
The California Vehicle Code specifies the types of hazardous materials that can be transported, under what conditions, and the licensing or certification of persons necessary for operating the vehicle.
The California Vehicle Code addresses:
You will now answer 5 questions to test what you learned during this lesson. You must answer all questions correctly to receive completion credit for this lesson. You may answer the questions as many times as necessary to get them right.
You should review the lesson material if you don't do well on the quiz.