Louisiana driver's examination

Number of tests: 10
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 8
Directions: All first time applicants must successfully pass the knowledge test confirming your understanding of traffic signs and signals, as well as safe driving practices and Louisiana laws relative to driving. The test contains multiple choice questions that are taken from the information contained in this manual. The exam is given on a computer in most offices and you must correctly answer 80 percent of these questions to receive a passing score. Proper identification is required each time the test is taken.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
8 or fewer errors
You are coming to an intersection with a yellow flashing light. You should:
Prepare to stop; the light is about to turn red.
Stop and wait for the light to change.
Make a U-turn; the intersection is closed.
Drive carefully through the intersection.
When driving in rain, you must
use no lights
use parking lights
use low beam headlights
use high beam headlights
Alcohol causes
loss of concentration
all of the above
slower judgment
poor judgment
If you drink alcohol socially, what helps insure safe driving
Drink coffee before driving.
Ride home with a friend who has not been drinking.
Stop drinking one-half hour before driving.
Take a cold shower before driving.
This sign means:
Buggy warning
Limited parking
Do not block intersection
Stop ahead
You may avoid the risks of alcohol-related crashes by
doing any of the above
deciding before you start drinking that you are not going to drive
calling a taxi
simply saying " No thanks, I'm driving" if someone offers you a drink
At night, slow down and always:
Use sunglasses to reduce glare from headlights.
Use high beams whenever there are no oncoming vehicles.
Use your high beams until other drivers dim their lights.
Use your dome light to help you see your speedometer.
This road sign means
you may proceed if the way is clear
all of the above
you are about to enter a one way street the wrong way
U-turns are prohibited