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Alabama driver's examination

(From the 2019 Alabama driver handbook)
Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 32
Directions: The Alabama written test contains questions on Alabama traffic laws, road signs, and rules of safe driving. The test will be taken from material found in the Alabama booklet. The test includes identification of traffic signs by shape, color or symbol; identification of signals and pavement markings; and questions about traffic laws, safety rules, crash prevention and vehicle equipment.

The Alabama written test consists of 40 questions. A passing score consist of at least 32 correct answers (80%).

The fee for each knowledge test is $5.00, no checks accepted. Automated testing is available to all applicants taking the driver license knowledge test.
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1.
You are driving on a city street and see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights behind you. What should you do?
Drive to the right edge of the road and slow down.
Drive to the right edge of the road and stop.
Stay in your lane, slow down, and let it pass.
2.
If the roadway is wet or icy, you should:
Reduce your speed.
Drive at the posted speed.
Speed up.
3.
Night driving presents unique problems because:
The speed limit is increased at night.
There are fewer cars on the roads at night.
Distance and vehicle speed are difficult to judge in the dark.
4.
Before you enter an intersection, you should look to your:
Left, your right, then your left again.
Right.
Left.
5.
Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit on the interstate is:
55 mph.
70 mph.
80 mph.
6.
Highway pavement will be particularly treacherous and most slippery:
If it has been raining several hours.
If it has just begun to rain.
If it has been raining for one to two hours.
7.
Drivers are required to obey instructions from:
Security guards patrolling parking lots.
Other drivers whose vehicles are broken down on the roadway.
Flaggers (signal persons) at construction sites.
8.
Work zone barriers, drums, cones, and signs are used to:
Make drivers angry about slow traffic.
Inconvenience drivers.
Keep traffic out of hazardous work zones.
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