Arkansas driver's examination

(From the 2018 Arkansas driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: The applicant for an Arkansas permit must be at least fourteen years of age. To obtain the permit, an applicant must pass the knowledge test and vision test. 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 Idaho traffic laws. The test is a 25 question multiple choice test. Each question is displayed along with three possible answers. You must answer at least 20 questions correctly to pass the test.
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1.
When approaching a flashing yellow light, drivers should
Treat the light like a stop sign.
Wait until the light turns green to proceed.
Continue through the intersection, slowing down and proceeding with caution.
2.
If you have had several beers before driving, the effects of alcohol will be reduced only by:
taking a cold shower
waiting several hours
drinking several cups of coffee
3.
It is night. A vehicle coming towards you has its high beams on which make it hard to see the road ahead. You should:
Look ahead towards the left edge of your lane
Look ahead towards the right edge of your lane
Look straight ahead in your lane
4.
Motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds are not easy to see; therefore, you should:
Slow down when driving
Make constant visual checks
Share a lane with motorcycles
5.
If you are getting tired while driving, you should:
Stop and either get rest or change drivers
Drink something with caffeine
Open a window
6.
You should allow an extra cushion of space:
When following a station wagon
When following a driver whose view to the rear is blocked
When following a passenger car
7.
This road sign means:
sharp right turn
a road joins from the right
the road ahead turns sharply right then sharply left
8.
You have stopped for a train at a railroad crossing. After the train passes, you must:
watch for vehicles that must stop at railroad crossings (school buses, trucks carrying hazardous materials, etc.)
watch for multiple trains.
All of the above.
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