Are You A Good Driver?

Thanks, Lisa for this fun driving test.

You should all go take it and let me know your score.

I don’t want to brag or anything, but I scored 100%. 🙂 Can you match that? (And no Googling the questions to cheat as you go along!)

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10 responses to “Are You A Good Driver?

  1. Julie

    Well I scored a 70%. But the good news is I would still get my license with that grade. Not bad for someone who didn’t take drivers ed! ( Well, maybe for me, not for everyone else out there on the road with me) I believe driving is a nescessary evil, and luckily I am married to a man who ALWAYS has to drive and I am more than ok with that.

  2. Nickole

    I, too, got 100%! Although, I’m not sure this makes me a good driver in practice;) The back of our van recently had a VERY close encounter with a light pole. To my credit, it was foggy, pouring down rain, and I DID see the pole…just not the ginormous concrete surround at the bottom…oops!

  3. I’m a little afraid to take it…does it ask about driving while on the phone, texting, changing CD’s, eating salad (yup, pretty good at it too!)…I’m in trouble… 😉

  4. WV Grammy

    Oh my! Maybe I need to read the handbook again. After all, it has been a few years since I took my written test. 😦

  5. Patrick

    Woo hoo! 100%.

    Is there a bumper sticker or something? You know . . . like “My kid is an honor student at some school”. Instead, it could say “The driver of this car passed the GM Driving test at 100%”. That would be funny.

  6. Julie, I think it’s good when a passenger marries a driver. 🙂 I tell my husband that’s one of the reasons I married him. He loved to drive and I loved to ride (and nap).

    Nickole, congratulations on the 100%. And I am sure it was the fog and the rain. And who would have expected a large concrete circle at the bottom? Plus, you’re busy sustaining another whole life. Who has time to think about giant concrete things around light poles?

    Ummm . . rindy . . . eating a salad? Texting? What state do you live in? What kind of car do you drive? I want to send out a warning. 🙂

    Mom, Patrick can tutor you in exchange for meatloaf! 😉

    Patrick, you know, some people live on the glory of scoring a perfect 800 on the math portion of the SAT (remember that character on that Cosby show spinoff?). I think it’s OK to be known as the guy who scored a 100% on the on-line written driving test. I think it’s even cooler to be known as the husband of someone who scored 100% on the test. 🙂

  7. Lisa

    Wow, and I was feeling good about my 95% until I saw all those 100%!! Oh well. 🙂 Still don’t know how you can have unmarked crosswalks … maybe someone with 100% can help me out …

  8. Lisa, I thought that wording was confusing too. I guess I thought it just meant like corners that weren’t specifically marked as crosswalks, but people still walk across there. And I remembered the saying “Pedestrians always have the right-of-way.” So I picked the answer that seemed to best reflect that.

    And 95% is a great score!

  9. I’m pretty satisfied with my last written drivers’ licensing exam that I took in Oregon. That’s all that counts, right? Rob gave me such a difficult time for studying the manual before I went in. He didn’t and had he missed one more question, he would have had to re-take the test. We liked the fact that when we moved to Virginia, we didn’t have to re-take the written test to renew our license. I had to re-take the test when I was becoming an Idaho resident and again when I moved to Oregon…I didn’t quite understand why that would be necessary when I had already passed my inital written test in Washington State at 16…c’est la vie.

  10. but oh, a question I found humorous on the Idaho state licensing exam was about cattle having the right-of-way in open range areas. Like why would I still have my car moving when cows are in the road? I’d stop until they got to the side since my car would have been totaled had I ran smack into one. 😉

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