New York driver's examination

(From the 2017 New York driver handbook)
Number of tests: 10
Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 14
Directions: To apply for a learner permit or driver license you must complete an Application for Driver License (MV-44). You must pass a vision and written test and pay the application and license fees.

The written test examines knowledge of the road signs, rules of the road, safe driving techniques and the laws about alcohol and drug use while driving.

To pass the written test, you must correctly answer at least 14 of the 20 questions asked, but you must correctly answer two of the four questions about road signs.

This test is intended to help you prepare for the types of questions you will be asked on the written test. The questions on the actual test may vary.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
including 2 or fewer road sign errors
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1.
You must yield the right-of-way to an approaching vehicle when you are
Already in an intersection.
Going straight ahead.
Already in a traffic circle.
Turning left.
2.
Which of the following is true - People driving under the influence of alcohol are
Every driver's problem whether they drink or not.
Only a problem to those who drink.
Not a problem in New York State.
A police enforcement problem only.
3.
A driver who is taking a non-prescription drug should
Drive only during daylight hours.
Continue to drive.
Drink alcohol instead.
Read the labels on the drug before driving.
4.
What does a flashing yellow light mean
Pedestrian crossing.
Come to a full stop.
Proceed with caution.
Merging traffic.
5.
Which of the following does not happen after drinking
Your judgement of speed and distance is distorted.
Your reflexes and reaction time slow down.
You are less alert.
You calm down so you can concentrate.
6.
Seat belts can be most effective as injury preventive devices when they are worn by
All occupants of a car being driven on an expressway.
The person driving the car.
Passengers and the driver whenever they are in the car.
Passengers when they are on a long drive.
7.
You drive along a street and hear a siren. You cannot immediately see the emergency vehicle. You should
Slow down but don't stop until you see it.
Pull to the curb and look to see if it is on your street.
Speed up and turn at the next intersection.
Keep driving until you see the vehicle.
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