New Jersey driver's examination

Number of tests: 8
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
Directions: All applicants for a New Jersey driver license must have all required documents to satisfy the 6 Point ID Verification.

A vision screening is required for all motorists. The Motor Vehicle Commission may refer applicants with impaired vision to a physician. Periodically, the Motor Vehicle Commission may require a vision recheck of a New Jersey motorist.

The knowledge test consists of 50 questions, plus a survey question about organ donation.
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1.
This road sign means
a road joins from the right
the roadway you are traveling on ends ahead
you must bear either right or left
a four-way intersection is ahead
2.
If a collision is possible, you should:
Choose to hit something that will give way rather than something that's rigid
If you have to hit anything, try to make it a glancing blow or a sideswipe
Choose to hit something that's standing still rather than something moving toward you
All of the above
3.
This road sign means
no U-turns
no right turn
no exit
no left turn
4.
If you drink alcohol socially, what helps insure safe driving
Drink coffee before driving.
Ride home with a friend who has not been drinking.
Take a cold shower before driving.
Stop drinking one-half hour before driving.
5.
Your brake lights tell other drivers that you:
Have your emergency brake on
Are changing lanes
Are making a turn
Are slowing down or stopping
6.
The minimum drinking age in this state is ____ years.
21
9
20
18
7.
This road sign means
no U-turn
do not enter
no parking
no left turn
8.
When driving near light rail vehicles, always
all of these
be careful turning across train tracks
pay attention and obey all traffic signs
expect trains on any track at any time
9.
The amount of space you need to cross traffic depends on the:
Road and weather conditions and oncoming traffic
Presence of a stop sign
Cars behind you
Use of your turn signals
10.
Alcohol causes
slower judgment
all of the above
loss of concentration
poor judgment
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