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Arizona driver's examination

(From the 2018 Arizona driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 24
Directions: When applying for an Arizona driver's license, applicants must take and successfully pass a a knowledge exam.

The written test for a regular driver license consists of 30 multiple-choice questions. You take the test at a computer work station using a touch screen. A score of 80% or higher is required to pass the actual examination.

Questions are taken from the Arizona Driver License Manual. Please thoroughly study the manual before taking the test.
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Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
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1.
There are oncoming vehicles to your left and a row of parked vehicles to your right. You should steer:
Closer to the oncoming vehicles than the parked vehicles.
Closer to the parked vehicles than the oncoming vehicles.
A middle course between the oncoming and parked vehicles.
2.
Use your headlights on rainy, snowy, or foggy days:
To keep your engine warm.
So others can see your vehicle.
To warn others of bad weather conditions.
3.
You are involved in a minor collision at an intersection. There are no injuries and there is very little vehicle damage. You should:
Leave your vehicle in the traffic lane until law enforcement arrives.
Move your vehicle out of the traffic lane, if possible.
Not move your vehicle for any reason.
4.
You have allowed the wheels of your vehicle to run off the edge of the pavement. What should you do first?
Turn the front wheels slightly to the left to edge the car back onto the pavement.
Hold the steering wheel firmly, release the gas pedal, and gently apply the brakes.
Apply the brakes and turn the front wheels sharply to the left.
5.
This sign tells a driver that:
A construction flagger is ahead.
A police officer is ahead.
A parking attendant is ahead.
6.
To be able to turn quickly, your hands must be:
On opposite sides of the steering wheel.
Next to each other on the top of the steering wheel.
On the top and bottom of the steering wheel.
7.
Collisions are more likely to happen when:
All vehicles are traveling at about the same speed.
One lane of traffic is traveling faster than the other lanes.
One vehicle is traveling faster or slower than the flow of traffic.
8.
When should drivers adjust their mirrors, seats, and steering wheels?
Before turning on their vehicles.
While backing out of their driveways.
Before reaching speeds of 55 mph or above.
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