License, Insurance, and Registration Please

Quiz: Quiz

Your car registration is valid, and you can legally drive your car, if …

  • You pay the registration fee to the police once a year.
  • You pay the registration fee to the Department of Safety once a year.
  • You only take your car on the road when your friend lets you use his license plate.
  • Even though the car was considered “totaled” in an accident, you were able to get it running again and the license plate hasn’t expired.
Preview only

You need car insurance to drive when …

  • You want to drive, in practically any state.
  • You can afford a policy on your own.
  • You start driving long enough distances to have some risk.
  • You start driving on the highways often, not just on streets in town.
Preview only

The kind of insurance that only pays damage for other people’s property or injuries is called…

  • Collision insurance
  • Uninsured driver insurance
  • Liability insurance
  • Insurance deductible
Preview only

Liability insurance will cover …

  • Damage to your car
  • Your medical bills if you are hurt
  • All the bills for injuries and property damage in an accident
  • At least part of the damage you cause to someone else in an accident, but not your damage
Preview only

In an accident that was your fault, the amount you must pay before your insurance starts to pay is the …

  • Insurance premium
  • Property damage liability limit
  • Collision coverage
  • Deductible
Preview only

The first thing you must do when you have a car or motorcycle accident is…

  • Stop; don’t leave the scene.
  • Apologize to everyone involved.
  • Call 911 and get home as soon as possible.
  • Take pictures and preserve the evidence.
Preview only
Create an Account

Already have a user account?


When you become a member of our site, you will have full access to all of our courses and quizzes. Plus, you'll have access to any new courses and quizzes that we add during your membership. You will also be enrolled in our members-only newsletter where we share additional information exclusively for you. Sign up now and start educating your teens and young adults on how to stay out of legal trouble and have a brighter future.