Illinois driver's examination

(From the 2017 Illinois driver handbook)
Number of tests: 8
Number of questions: 35
Passing score: 7
Directions: When you apply for an Illinois driver’s license, you will be asked questions about your general health and must take a vision, written and driving exam. Vision and written tests are required for the issuance or renewal of all permits.
You are allowed three attempts to pass each of the exams within one year from the date you paid your application fee.

The written exam consists of 35 questions, 15 of which will address traffic sign identification and the remaining 20 will be rules of the road questions.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
7 or fewer errors
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1.
This sign means:
No Passing Zone
Two-Way Traffic
Slow-Moving Vehicle
2.
This sign means:
Side Road
Pedestrian Crossing
Railroad Warning
3.
If arrested with a blood-alcohol concentration of .08 percent or more, an individual’s driving privileges will be suspended for at least six months.
False
True
4.
If moving with a stream of vehicles across a railroad track, it is safe to stop on the track for a short period of time.
False
True
5.
Alcohol is the single greatest factor in fatal motor vehicle crashes.
False
True
6.
This sign means:
Persons with Disabilities Parking
No U-Turn
Slow-Moving Vehicle
7.
This sign means:
Persons with Disabilities Parking
Merge
Winding Road Ahead
8.
During the Initial Licensing Phase, a teen driver is allowed only two passengers under age 20 in the vehicle during the first 12 months of licensing.
True
False
9.
For what distance should a continuous turn signal be given when making a left or right turn in a business or residential district?
Not less than 100 feet before turning.
Not less than 75 feet before turning.
Not less than 50 feet before turning.
10.
Your car must have a horn that can be heard from a distance of 200 feet.
False
True
11.
This sign means:
Do Not Enter
Persons with Disabilities Parking
Yield Right-of-Way
12.
This sign means:
No Passing Zone
Reduction in Lanes
Yield Right-of-Way
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