District Of Columbia driver's examination

Number of tests: 14
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
Which of the following road surfaces freezes first?
A tunnel.
A bridge.
An intersection.
Only vehicles displaying special plates or parking placards for persons with disabilities may park in spaces reserved for them by an official PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES sign
You are stopped behind other vehicles waiting at a stop sign. When the intersection is clear:
You must stop again at the stop sign or stop line.
You may proceed through the intersection without stopping again.
You may follow the vehicle ahead without stopping again.
You may go through the intersection slowly without stopping if there is no other traffic.
When driving in fog, you should use your _________.
Parking lights
Low beam headlights
High beam headlights
Hazard flashers
A driver can legally pass on the right of another vehicle
even if it means driving off the pavement
anytime, if the vehicle is a bicycle
that is preparing to turn left, if there is room to go by safely
Because many crashes happen when a vehicle is turning left, drivers should
make sure to move into the left lane of a multilane road
yield to oncoming vehicles and bicyclists and pedestrians
do all of the above
slow down gradually while checking the rear view mirror
Your brake lights tell other drivers that you:
Are slowing down or stopping
Are making a turn
Are changing lanes
Have your emergency brake on
Many crashes are caused by
having a four second following distance between your vehicle and any vehicle in front of you
checking mirrors and blind spot
yielding the right of way
driving too fast for conditions
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