Delaware driver's examination

(From the 2017 Delaware driver handbook)
Number of tests: 12
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 6
Directions: To drive safely in Delaware, you need good eyesight and coordination, a sound knowledge and understanding of Delaware’s traffic laws.

All applicants for a driver license must pass a written test that covers Ohio motor vehicle regulations and traffic signs.

The test contains 20 road rule questions and 10 sign questions.The applicant must correctly answer 80% or 24 questions to pass the test.
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Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
This sign means:
Two-Way Traffic
School Zone and Crossing
Warning of a Change in Direction or Narrowing of Roadway
If you are being followed too closely on a two lane road:
Speed up to increase the distance from the car behind
Reduce speed slowly to encourage the tailgater to drive around you
Apply your brakes to slow down, then resume speed
When driving in a construction zone:
Expect the unexpected
Construction workers must yield to roadway users
Slightly increase your speed
A green arrow on a traffic light means:
You may not turn in that direction
You can turn in that direction
You can turn in that direction after you come to a complete stop
One vehicle that is required to stop for railroad crossings is:
A cattle truck
A school bus
A dairy truck
This sign means
Car on the right goes first.
You have the right of way
Let cross traffic go by first.
You are approaching an intersection with a traffic signal indicating a steady yellow light. If you have not already entered the intersection, you should:
speed up to beat the red light
reduce you speed and proceed carefully through the intersection
come to a safe stop
When you are behind a motorcycle, you should:
Drive more slowly
Allow more following distance
Be ready to use the horn
Give the right-of-way to any pedestrian who is:
In a marked crosswalk
Crossing any street
In any crosswalk or intersection
If your car's suspension is bad, it can cause:
Vehicle control problems
Play in the steering
Squealing brakes
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