Do you belong on the road? Take our driver's test.

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The US is home to more than 211 million drivers, over 250 million passenger vehicles, and nearly 4 million miles of road. More than three quarters of people drive to work every day, and the average American spends more than 100 minutes per day driving.

Why, then, does it seem like so few drivers know the rules of the road? Take our driver's test to see if you belong behind the wheel.

By , Staff

1. You are driving on an Interstate Highway and you accidentally pass your exit. You should:

The safest solution on an Interstate is to continue to the next exit. Never reverse on an Interstate, and never cut across the median. Maps are best read after pulling over to the side of the road.

The safest solution on an Interstate is to continue to the next exit. Never reverse on an Interstate, and never cut across the median. Maps are best read after pulling over to the side of the road.

The safest solution on an Interstate is to continue to the next exit. Never reverse on an Interstate, and never cut across the median. Maps are best read after pulling over to the side of the road.

The safest solution on an Interstate is to continue to the next exit. Never reverse on an Interstate, and never cut across the median. Maps are best read after pulling over to the side of the road.

Cut through the center median to reverse direction

 

Pull over and reverse to your exit

 

Continue to the next nearest exit

 

Use a map app on your phone and look for a new route

 
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