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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6 or fewer errors
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1.
If your car begins to skid out of control:
Stay off the brakes
Apply the brakes lightly
Pump the brakes
2.
You have to yield to a pedestrian:
Only if the traffic lights are in the pedestrian's favor
Always, even if the pedestrian is not obeying traffic controls
Only when the pedestrian is in the crosswalk
3.
In work zones, you should
Follow the driver in front of you closely
Pass the driver in front of you as soon as you can
Avoid tailgating and keep a safe following distance
4.
This sign means
No left turn.
No U-turn.
All traffic turn left.
5.
When driving in fog or mist, never put your headlights on high beam because:
The light will reflect back into your eyes.
Approaching vehicles might not see you.
Vehicles behind you may follow too closely.
6.
This road sign means
keep left
pass with caution
keep right
7.
What does this road sign mean:
Right turn permitted on red light.
No right turn permitted.
You must turn right.
8.
At intersections with a "Yield" sign, you must:
yield to those vehicles only on your right
slow down and proceed
yield the right-of-way to cross traffic close enough to cause conflict
9.
The sign shown in the picture tells a driver that:
A construction flagger is ahead
A parking attendant is ahead
A police office is ahead
10.
On the highway, you should look well down the road:
In order to avoid last-minute braking or sudden turns
Because it helps you keep up with traffic
Because it takes 1/4 mile to stop completely
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