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Iowa driver's examination

(From the 2018 Iowa driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 35
Passing score: 28
Directions: To get an Iowa’s license, you will have to take the vision screening and a knowledge test if you have an invalid or expired (over one year) out-of-state license, or if you have not had a driver’s license before. If you have a valid out-of-state license that allows you to drive by yourself, the driving test may be waived.

The Iowa knowledge test shows how well you understand road signs, traffic laws, and safe-driving practices. Everything you must know to pass the knowledge test is in Iowa Driver’s Manual guide. The Knowledge tests include 35 multiple choice questions

If you answer at least 28 questions correctly. you will be well prepared to take the knowledge test for your learner's permit.
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1.
This sign means:
Curves ahead.
Divided highway starts.
Divided highway ends.
2.
Night driving can be more difficult than driving during the day because:
Cars overheat more quickly at night.
Visibility is reduced in the dark.
It is more likely to be raining at night.
You are more likely to encounter a motorcycle at night.
3.
This sign means:
Four-lane traffic ahead.
Divided highway ahead.
Two-way traffic ahead.
Intersection ahead.
4.
When a school bus is stopped ahead on your side of the road with its red lights flashing, you must:
Slow to a speed no faster than 10 mph.
Stop until the lights stop flashing.
Change lanes and pass cautiously.
5.
This road sign means:
No right turn.
Curve.
Turn right or left.
Traffic flows only in the direction of the arrow.
6.
If you park facing uphill where there is no curb, set the parking brake and:
Turn your wheels toward the edge of the road.
Turn your wheels away from the edge of the road.
Keep your wheels facing straight.
7.
This sign means:
Railroad crossing.
One-way traffic.
Limited parking.
Playground ahead.
8.
When turning left at an intersection:
You should always yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.
Oncoming traffic and pedestrians should yield to you.
You should never yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.
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