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The hand and arm bent at 90 degrees and pointing downward indicates the driver's intention to

A slow down or stop.

In Maryland, you may signal with either hand signals or your vehicle's signal lights. (Note: In some other states, you may use hand signals only if your vehicle's signal lights are not working. When traveling out of state, always check the local traffic laws.) For a right turn, the hand and arm are bent at 90 degrees and pointing up. For a left turn, the driver's hand and arm are extended straight out to the left. To slow down or stop, the hand and arm are bent at 90 degrees and pointing down.

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1 year ago

studied all the questions until i had 0 weak ones and only got one off on my permit test, which was my mistake for misreading the question. i do find it questionable that according to the app the BAC for minors max is .02%, but the CA guide book says .01%. it also says permit can be acquired at 15, but according to the 2020 handbook it is 15 1/2. pretty accurate otherwise. a lot of the questions on the exam were repeats :)


1 year ago

I live in Oregon, I’m getting my drivers license and I wanted to review the handbook. I chose Oregon and took a test. The information I was tested on for multiple questions does not appear anywhere in the Oregon handbook as the app claims. Or is highly situational and not accurate to the actual DMV knowledge tests. I’ve used several similar apps, which have been much more accurate. I would advise against using this product.

Earle Shepherd

1 year ago

I am trying to study for my learners permit test. I have gotten through a few stages but now it won’t let me go on to the next one without paying for the pro version. There are already a ton of ads that constantly bother you which I’m ok with because I don’t want to pay for the full version. I just think it’s bad business practice to make it seem like you can use the service for free (with some limitations like less features and a bunch of ads) and then after using it for a bit lock everything down and force you to pay if you want to continue. No where that I could see did it say that after a few sets of questions would I need to pay. User be warned!

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