Kansas driver's examination

(From the 2017 Kansas driver handbook)
Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: The Kansas Knowledge test consists of written questions on Kansas traffic laws and road signs. 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 only measures a sample of what you know, but it shows you have a basic understanding. The knowledge test consists of 25 multiple choice questions that are important to the safe operation of a motor vehicle, including traffic signs, pavement markings and Kansas laws and driving practices. The questions are based on the information provided in the manual.

If you pass the knowledge test you are eligible to take the skills tests. 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 are given4 opportunities to pass the knowledge exam. If you fail to pass the 4th time, you will be required to wait 6 months before starting the process again.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
5 or fewer errors
As the percentage of alcohol (BAC) in your blood increases, you become:
More coordinated
More sober
More intoxicated
Your license can be suspended if you are under 21 and drive with a blood alcohol level of:
0.15% or more
0.08% or more
Any amount
Any amount of alcohol in the blood may affect a driver's:
Judgment and physical coordination
Right-of-way privileges
A red arrow pointing to the right on a traffic light means you may
Not turn in that direction until the light turns green
Turn in that direction after you come to a complete stop
Turn in that direction after slowing and checking traffic
This road sign means
sharp turn to the right
double curve, right then left
winding road
This sign means:
Winding Road Ahead
Persons with Disabilities Parking
The bicyclist is signaling:
Debris in roadway
Turning left
It is more dangerous to drive at night than in daytime, because:
Your reaction time is slower at night.
You cannot see as far ahead at night.
The road is probably more slippery at night.
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