In the United States, we do a lot of things differently, and that is definitely true when it comes to driving.
For example, in the States, we use the English measurement system more than the metric system.
That difference really matters because you need to know how we measure speed (miles per hour vs. kilometers per hour) and distance (e.g., we use mile markers on the highway).
But one thing you'll find is that on top of America doing things differently than many countries, because America has 50 different states and other protectorates, the state and local traffic laws tend to vary, too. It's very important to know that as you may take road trips from state to state, city to city.
Learning about how to take turns, how to approach and navigate intersections, normal American driving etiquette (sans the road rage), how traffic lights operate, the meaning of traffic signs and more can significantly help you as you learn how to drive here.
This quiz isn't going to ask you how drivers operate in Florida vs. Wisconsin. But there are some general things you should know about driving in the U.S. so you can safely get to your destination.
So are you ready to take the wheel and go on a trip of American road rules in this quiz? We hope you enjoy this little jaunt. Safe travels!