Indiana driver's examination

(From the 2017 Indiana driver handbook)
Number of tests: 9
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 42
Directions: The knowledge test is based on information contained in this driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Indiana traffic laws and safe driving techniques, and you must be able to read and understand highway signs regulating, warning, and directing traffic.

Knowledge tests include multiple choice questions concerning traffic maneuvers and knowledge of types of traffic signs. If you fail to pass a knowledge test, you must wait until the next business day to take the test again. The knowledge test consists of 16 sign identifications and 34 questions of which you can only miss two signs and six questions to pass.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
2 or fewer road sign errors
6 or fewer road rules errors
You may continue carefully through a yellow light if:
You are within the intersection
There is an emergency vehicle crossing your lane
There are no pedestrians crossing
You are turning right
You must pull over to the edge of the road and allow an emergency vehicle to pass
none of the above
only if it is following you
only if it approaching
regardless of your direction
When driving in rain, you must
use no lights
use low beam headlights
use parking lights
use high beam headlights
You may park or stop along the shoulder of the freeway:
If you need to look at a map for directions.
As long as you turn on your 4-way (emergency) flashers.
If no part of your vehicle is on the road.
Only if you have an emergency.
This sign means
Slippery when wet.
Don't drink if you are going to drive.
You are approaching a hill.
Road curves ahead.
As you drive, you're required to stop your vehicle:
All of the above
Where there is a red light
At an intersection with a stop sign
When a traffic officer orders you to stop
Before turning, you should:
Use your signal
Change lanes
Increase your speed
Turn the wheel
When meeting a car with blinding headlights, you should:
Use your bright lights until the other vehicle dims theirs.
Flash your lights on and off to warn the other driver.
Look away and toward the right side of the road.
Dim your lights and then speed up to pass quickly.
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