Connecticut driver's examination

Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: To drive safely in Connecticut, you need good eyesight and coordination, a sound knowledge and understanding of Connecticut’s traffic laws.

Applicants must be prepared with all the necessary documents before the knowledge test is administered. The knowledge test consists of 25 questions and you need 20 correct answers to pass. You must pass a knowledge test before you receive your learner’s permit. The test is based on the information contained in the manual.

After you successfully pass the knowledge test, you will be able to schedule an appointment for the road test.
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1.
This sign means:
No U-Turn
No left turn
No Turning
2.
The proper way in which to make a right turn is:
Approach the corner in the lane nearest the right curb, but move over toward the middle of the street before turning.
Signal and get into the lane nearest the right curb.
Slow down and get into the lane nearest the centerline.
3.
You can identify aggressive drivers by:
The number of passengers in their car
Their tendency to drive slow
Erratic and improper lane changes
4.
This sign tells you that:
There are a series of curves ahead
The road narrows ahead
No turns are allowed on this road
5.
When is it OK to drive faster than the posted speed limit?
Never
If you don't see any other traffic in your lane
As long as it takes to safely pass another vehicle
6.
Check your rearview mirrors:
Only when you are slowing down
To see if a vehicle is in your blind spot
Often to see how traffic is moving behind you
7.
The sign shown in the picture tells a driver that:
A construction flagger is ahead
A police office is ahead
A parking attendant is ahead
8.
What should drivers do when approaching a construction area?
Honk their horn several times to alert individuals working in the area of their presence.
Increase their speed to get out of the way quickly.
Slow down, stop all wireless telephone communications and yield the right-of-way.
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