Hawaii driver's examination

(From the 2017 Hawaii driver handbook)
Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 24
Directions: When you apply for an Hawaii driver’s license or instruction permit as required, you will be given the following tests: 1. Rules of the Road 2. Vision 3. Recognition of traffic control devices. You must pass these tests before you are permitted to take the driver performance road test.

You will be required to answer questions about traffic laws and identify certain signs by their shape, color, or the symbol appearing on them. The knowledge test consists of 30 multiple choice questions that are important to the safe operation of a motor vehicle, including traffic signs, pavement markings and Hawaii laws and driving practices. The questions are based on the information provided in the manual.

You must score an 80% to pass the knowledge test. If you fail the knowledge test you should study the driver’s manual further and retake the test.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
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1.
This sign means:
Warning, parking area ahead.
All traffic must turn.
Warning, crossroad ahead. Watch for traffic.
Warning, turn right at the intersection.
2.
Bicyclists are required to:
Obey traffic signs, signals and other traffic laws except those which by their nature cannot apply.
Ride on the sidewalk in business districts.
Ride in the center of traffic lanes.
All of the above.
3.
Alcoholic beverages will affect you:
More rapidly just after eating.
The same way at all times.
More rapidly on an empty stomach.
Only if you have more than two drinks.
4.
When turning left at an intersection or into any driveway you:
Should leave room on the right for other vehicles to pass.
Must not cross any solid yellow line
Must not block vehicles approaching from the rear.
Must yield to vehicles approaching closely from the opposite direction
5.
This sign means:
Two way Traffic
One Way
Minimum Speed
Two way left turn
6.
A leaky exhaust system in your vehicle is dangerous because it can cause:
Poor engine performance.
A loss of hearing.
Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Pollution.
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