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Connecticut driver's examination

Number of tests: 24
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.
When passing a row of parked vehicles, you should:
Be prepared for a person or vehicle to unexpectedly enter your lane.
Expect all other drivers and pedestrians to respect your right-of-way.
Drive closely to the parked vehicles to allow more room for moving traffic.
2.
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.
3.
Trucks' blind spots are:
Directly behind the body.
On the immediate left of the cab.
Both on the immediate left of the cab and directly behind the body.
4.
When double solid yellow lines separate lanes of traffic:
Passing is permitted from the left.
Passing is permitted from the right.
Passing is not permitted from either direction.
5.
Fines for speeding in work zones:
Can be twice the amount of normal fines.
Are generally not enforced.
Can be argued in court.
6.
You should signal continuously while turning because it:
Is illegal to turn off your signal before completing a turn.
Lets other drivers know what your intentions are.
Is always unsafe to turn off a signal before completing a turn.
7.
When driving on an interstate, to avoid traffic merging from on-ramps to your right, the best thing to do is to:
Change lanes to the left.
Slow down.
Maintain your speed and position.
8.
When driving on the highway, consistently looking far ahead of your vehicle:
Helps you keep up with traffic.
Reduces the need for last-minute braking or turning.
Allows you to spot upcoming police officers.
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