District Of Columbia driver's examination

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: The District of Columbia driver knowledge examination tests your knowledge of traffic laws, road signs, and driving safety rules. It determines whether you are prepared to operate a vehicle in accordance with DC law. The exam is offered on a walk-in basis. Audio assisted tests are also available for those who need assistance with reading.

The official examination is a computerized test consisting of 25 questions. A passing score consist of at least 20 correct answers (80%). There will be a $10 fee charged each time you take the knowledge test.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
5 or fewer errors
At intersections with a "Yield" sign, you must:
yield the right-of-way to cross traffic close enough to cause conflict
yield to those vehicles only on your right
slow down and proceed
The extra space in front of a large truck is needed for:
Other drivers when merging onto a freeway.
The truck driver to stop the vehicle.
Other drivers when they want to slow down.
It is more dangerous to drive at night than in during the day because:
You cannot see as far ahead at night.
The road is probably more slippery at night.
Your reaction time is slower at night.
You see a flashing yellow traffic signal at an upcoming intersection. The flashing yellow light means:
Stop before entering the intersection as long as you can do so safely.
Stop. Yield to all cross traffic before crossing the intersection.
Slow down and cross the intersection carefully.
This road sign means:
sharp right turn
a road joins from the right
the road ahead turns sharply right then sharply left
winding road ahead
If a traffic signal light is green and a police officer signals you to stop, you should:
Obey the traffic officer
Obey the traffic signal
Do what the vehicle in front of you does
If you see orange construction signs and cones on a freeway, you must:
Slow down because the lane ends ahead.
Be prepared for workers and equipment ahead
Change lanes and maintain your current speed.
You are required by law to notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of a change of address within:
Five days
Thirty days
Ninety days
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