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6. California Licensing & Registration

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9. Your License

Grounds for refusing to issue a license include:

  • a history of alcohol/drug abuse
  • illegal use of a license
  • lying on your application
  • lack of knowledge of rules of the road, signs, signals, and markings
  • lack of driving skill
  • having an outstanding traffic citation or failure to appear in court (FTA)
  • failure to comply with a judgment or order for family support
  • cheating on your written exam
  • impersonation to fraudulently qualify for a license
  • submitting fraudulent birth, legal presence, or Social Security Number documents
  • attempting to hold more than one license
  • not being of legal age
  • having a physical or mental condition that impairs your ability to drive safely
  • having your driving privilege currently under suspension or revocation
  • being a negligent or incompetent driver of a motor vehicle

  • A driver's license may have special restrictions dealing with when, where, under what conditions, and with whom a vehicle may be operated which may prohibit you from:

  • driving certain types of vehicles
  • driving at certain times
  • driving with young passengers
  • driving except for certain purposes
  • driving without special equipment or devices

  • Provisional licensees are automatically restricted to:

  • not driving with passengers under age 20, unless a licensed driver age 25 or older is present ( for the first 12 months or until age 18 )
  • not driving between 11:00 p.m. and 5 a.m., unless accompanied by a licensed driver age 25 or older ( for the first 12 months or until age 18 ). Exceptions to the passenger restriction are allowed for family need (such as taking younger siblings to school), and exceptions to the nighttime driving restriction are allowed for school, employment, and family or medical need (licensees must carry a statement from the appropriate school official, employer, doctor, or parent/guardian).

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    Lesson Summary


      

    Lesson 6 Quiz


    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.

    1. The best way to prepare for the drive test is to:


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    2. The "PROVISIONS" of your provisional license include the following, EXCEPT:


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    3. You will be listed as a "Negligent Operator" if you get:


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    4. If you have trouble reading, even if in English, you may take an audio permit test:


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    5. Which of the following is NOT on the permit test:


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