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
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1.
A flashing yellow light means that you should:
Stop and proceed when a green light appears
Continue through if the way is clear
Stop and proceed when the way is clear
Slow down and proceed with care
2.
You must pull over to the edge of the road and allow an emergency vehicle to pass
none of the above
only if it approaching
only if it is following you
regardless of your direction
3.
When meeting a car with blinding headlights, you should:
Flash your lights on and off to warn the other driver.
Dim your lights and then speed up to pass quickly.
Use your bright lights until the other vehicle dims theirs.
Look away and toward the right side of the road.
4.
Your blind spot is the area of the road:
You see in your rearview mirror
You see in your side mirror
You cannot see without moving your head
Directly behind your vehicle
5.
When driving on major highways:
All of the above
Keep your eyes moving
Stay alert
Be ready to react to road hazards
6.
Allowing a space cushion is important because it:
Allows you time to react to situations
Prevents distractions from other vehicles
Keeps traffic flowing at a safe pace
Keeps other drivers alert
7.
At a light rail intersection, always
look both ways before crossing tracks
all of these
pay attention and obey all traffic signals
share the road with pedestrians and bicyclists
8.
If your car starts to skid, turn your steering wheel:
To keep the front wheels straight.
In any direction. It doesn't matter.
In the direction you want the vehicle to go.
In the opposite direction of the skid.
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