Delaware driver's examination

(From the 2017 Delaware driver handbook)
Number of tests: 12
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 24
Directions: To drive safely in Delaware, you need good eyesight and coordination, a sound knowledge and understanding of Delaware’s traffic laws.

All applicants for a driver license must pass a written test that covers Ohio motor vehicle regulations and traffic signs.

The test contains 20 road rule questions and 10 sign questions.The applicant must correctly answer 80% or 24 questions to pass the test.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
Changing from one lane to another is best done:
quickly and often
when a car is in your blind spot
gradually and carefully
You may legally block an intersection:
During rush hour traffic.
When you entered the intersection on the green light.
Under no circumstances.
Delaware law and the Driver's Manual do not say who has the Right-of-Way. They do say:
Who must yield the Right-of-Way
Who is at fault for Right-of-Way crashes
Nothing about the Right-of-Way
You can help keep the driver behind you at a safe distance by
Driving 3-5 mph faster than the car behind
Driving 3-5 mph slower than the car behind
Keeping a steady speed
If you see orange construction signs and cones on a freeway, you must:
Change lanes and maintain your current speed.
Slow down because the lane ends ahead.
Be prepared for workers and equipment ahead
This sign means:
end of a divided highway
beginning of a divided highway
slippery road ahead
If you are getting tired while driving, you should:
Drink something with caffeine
Open a window
Stop an either get rest or change drivers
This road sign means:
Right lane ends
Road widens
Highway entrance ramp
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
This road sign means:
Pedestrian Crossing
Jogging Trail
School Crossing
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