Quiz: How well do you know the rules of the road?

We talked about teen drivers and safety on the road today. The biggest hazard according to our guests, callers, and Facebook contributors?

Distracted driving.

Anthony wrote, “A-1-with-a-bullet: No texting. Many adults need to learn this as well.”

So teen or adult, maybe you need to brush up on some skills.

How well do you know the rules of the road? This quiz is based on the Minnesota Driver’s Manual:

–Stephanie Curtis, social media host

  • Jamie

    I thought this was going to be about “the zipper” — more than just one question in a quiz, I mean. You could do a whole show on “the zipper.” You SHOULD do a show on it, actually. Lots of people still don’t get it.

  • stephanie

    I am obsessed with the zipper merge. Think of how much better all the construction zones would be to maneuver this summer if every merged correctly.

  • http://sues Susan smieja

    I just received a ticket for not having a copy of my insurance in my truck, you are saying that is not necessary

    I am confused

  • jimmy

    Susan:

    Subd. 2a.Later production of proof by driver who is owner.

    A driver who is the owner of the vehicle may, no later than the date and time specified in the citation for the driver’s first court appearance, produce proof of insurance stating that security had been provided for the vehicle that was being operated at the time of the demand to the court administrator. The required proof of insurance may be sent by mail by the driver as long as it is received no later than the date and time specified in the citation for the driver’s first court appearance. If a citation is issued, no person shall be convicted of violating this section if the court administrator receives the required proof of insurance no later than the date and time specified in the citation for the driver’s first court appearance.