Nevada driver's examination

(From the 2017 Nevada driver handbook)
Number of tests: 10
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 10
Directions: To drive safely in Nevada, you need good eyesight and coordination, a sound knowledge and understanding of Nevada’s traffic laws, understanding of road signs, common sense and skill in handling your vehicle in any given situation.Your understanding of highway signs and markings, traffic laws and safe driving practices will be tested.

The knowledge test for your permit is based on information contained in this driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Nevada traffic laws.

The Knowledge tests include 50 multiple choice questions

If you answer at least 40 questions correctly from the sample tests provided here you will be well prepared to take the knowledge test for your permit.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
10 or fewer errors
What is the most important driving technique to avoid crashes when driving in icy or snowy conditions?
Add extra weight to the vehicle to improve traction.
Engage 4 wheel drive on the vehicle.
Reduce speed and increase following distance
Get off the highways as quickly as possible.
You may use a center turn lane:
to make a right turn onto another street, road, or highway.
all of the above
to make a left turn into another street, road, or driveway.
as a travel lane to pass other vehicles.
What does a flashing yellow light mean
Proceed with caution.
Merging traffic.
Come to a full stop.
Pedestrian crossing.
The amount of space you need to cross traffic depends on the:
Use of your turn signals
Road and weather conditions and oncoming traffic
Presence of a stop sign
Cars behind you
This road sign means
winding road ahead
sharp right turn
a road joins from the right
the road ahead turns sharply right then sharply left
From top to bottom, the following is the proper order for traffic lights:
Green, yellow, red
Red, yellow, green
Red, green, yellow
Green, red, yellow
If you stop at a railroad crossing with more than one track:
Wait until you have a clear view of both tracks
Stop on the railroad track and watch for another train
Go through when one of the tracks is free
Go through as soon as the train passes
At night, it is hardest to see:
Other motorists
Road signs
Street lights
At an intersection with a stop sign, you should stop and:
Go when the vehicle ahead of you goes
Look left first, then right, then left again
Check your rearview mirror for cars tailgating
Look right first, then left, then right again
To reduce the effects of headlight glare at night, you should look:
Over your shoulder.
To the right edge of the road.
Straight ahead.
At the center of the road
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