Delaware Senior Driver

Your Driving :: Self Assessment Test

The purpose of this self-assessment is to promote safer driving by comparing your current driving abilities with the requirements for safe driving. By examining your driving, you are taking responsibility for your skills on the road and finding factors that can be improved to ensure safety for yourself and others.

Take the Test!! Please answer the following questions. Your results will be displayed at the end of the assessment.
Do you wear your seat belt? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you signal and look over your shoulder when changing lanes? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you stay informed of changes in driving and highway regulations? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you find it difficult to decide when to merge with traffic on a busy freeway? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you think you are slower than you need to be in reacting to dangerous driving situations? Always  Sometimes  Never
When you get really upset, does it show in your driving? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do your thoughts wander while you are driving? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do traffic situations make you angry? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you get regular vision exams to keep your vision at its sharpest? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you check with your physician about the effects of your medications on your driving ability? (If you do not take medications, skip this question) Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you try to stay informed of current information on health practices and habits? Always  Sometimes  Never
Are your children, other family members or friends concerned about your driving ability? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you frequently get in accidents, receive traffic violations, or have 'discussions' with officers? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you frequently get lost while driving on routes that were once familiar? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do other cars appear out of nowhere? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you have trouble seeing signs in time to respond to them? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do other drivers drive too fast? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do other drivers honk at you? Always  Sometimes  Never
Does driving cause stress? Always  Sometimes  Never
After driving, do you feel tired? Always  Sometimes  Never
When making a right turn at an intersection, do you strike the curb or run over it? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you have trouble turning the steering wheel? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you have trouble pressing down on the gas or brake pedals? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you attempt turns from the wrong lane? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do people accept rides from you? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you feel overwhelmed by all of the signs, signals, markings, pedestrians, and other vehicles that you must pay attention to at intersections? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you have trouble realizing that a car has slowed or stopped ahead of you? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you have trouble judging how fast you are approaching a stopped vehicle? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you confuse the gas and the brake pedals? Always  Sometimes  Never
Do you notice scrapes and dents on your vehicle, garage or mailbox? Always  Sometimes  Never

 
 
 
Last Updated: Monday, 06-Oct-2014 14:24:09 Eastern Daylight Time
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