Movement Driving Exam NameBusinessEmailPhone Number1) Which of the following are true? A) The non-movement area is an area where aircraft and vehicles may operate without permission from the tower. B) The movement areas include runways, taxiways, and other areas designated by airport management, and require tower approval for vehicles or pedestrians to enter. C) When the tower is closed, personnel authorized to be within the movement areas must yield to all aircraft and use extreme caution to avoid conflicting with other aircraft and vehicles. D) All of the above.2) Vehicle operators authorized to drive on the taxiways and runways__________. A) Must have a 2 way radio to communicate with the tower. B) Must be authorized by airport management to operate in the movement area and have the need to do so. C) Must be operating a vehicle with an amber beacon. D) All of the above.3) Taxiway edge lights are ________. A) Red B) Blue C) Amber D) White4) Which of the following will you NOT find in the movement area? A) Runways B) Taxiways C) Hangars D) Runway hold position markings5) Runway centerlines are painted _______. A) Yellow B) White C) Green D) None of the Above6) A flashing white light from a light gun in the control tower means what? A) Stop B) Return to starting point on the airport C) Use extreme caution D) Proceed7) When operating a vehicle in the movement area, you may pass an aircraft coming towards you. True False8) Runway edge lights are blue. True False9) When the tower advises you to "Hold short of runway 12L at Alpha 3" it is expected that you will: A) Proceed via Taxiway A3 to the hold short line of 12L without crossing it and wait for further instruction. B) Pull off into the grass near Taxiway A3 and the enter 12L. C) Enter runway 12L from taxiway A3 and then exit the runway. D) None of the above.10) If you are unsure of the instructions given to you by the tower, you should: A) Stop and ask the tower to repeat the instructions. B) Proceed via the most direct route to your destination. C) Turn around and return to the ramp. D) Honk your horn.11) Taxiway centerlines are painted ___________. A) White B) Yellow C) Blue D) Green12) What can you expect to happen if you drive on an active runway or other movement areas without permission? A) Have your driving privileges revoked. B) Face criminal charges. C) Possibly be involved in an accident with an aircraft. D) All of the above.13) A solid green light from a light gun in the tower means: A) Stop B) Return to the ramp C) Proceed D) None of these14) It is permissible for vehicles not operated by airport employees or jet aviation employees to use the access road to travel between the east and west ramps. True False15) Aircraft have the right of way at all times. True False16) A taxiway location sign with yellow markings on a black background identifies what taxiway you are on. In this case, you are: A) On taxiway Charlie, the intersecting taxiway is Alpha. B) On taxiway Alpha, and intersecting taxiway Charlie. C) On a runway with Taxiway A straight ahead and Taxiway C on the left. D) None of the above.17) What does this sign mean? A) It indicates the direction of a taxiway. B) Dangerous area, proceed with caution. C) It indicates the position prior to a runway D) All of the above.18) The pavement marking shown to the right, signifies the movement area boundary. If you are looking at the marking from this point of view, you are on the non-movement side. True False19) This marking indicates the hold short line prior to entering a runway. True False20) This sign indicates you are on taxiway A1 approaching taxiway B1 and Taxiway intersecting A? True False21) When you see this sign next to the taxiway painted like this, it means: A) There is a fence to avoid. B) You are approaching a runway C) A vehicle proceeding past this marking may interfere with a navigational signal D) All of the above.