Kentucky driver's examination

(From the 2017 Kentucky driver handbook)
Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 32
Directions: To drive safely in Kentucky, you need good eyesight and coordination, a sound knowledge and understanding of Kentucky’s traffic laws. The Kentucky knowledge test is a 40 question multiple choice test. Each question is displayed along with three possible answers. You must answer at least 32 questions correctly to pass the test.

If you fail the written test, you may return the next day that tests are given in your county. Applicants may take the written test a total of six times. If you fail the written test six times, you must wait six months before trying again.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
8 or fewer errors
When following another vehicle at night you should use:
Your high beams
Parking lights
Your low beams
The amount of alcohol in the blood is referred to as:
rate of alcohol consumption (RAC)
implied consent (IC)
blood alcohol concentration (BAC)
Which of these statements is true about driving and taking medications
Most cold medications can make a person drowsy
Medications are safe to take at any time if prescribed by a doctor
Over the counter medications cannot impair driving ability if taken in the recommended dosages
You have stopped for a train at a railroad crossing. After the train passes, you must:
watch for vehicles that must stop at railroad crossings (school buses, trucks carrying hazardous materials, etc.)
watch for multiple trains.
All of the above.
A broken yellow line beside a solid yellow line indicates:
passing is permitted on the side of the solid yellow line
passing is permitted on the side of the broken yellow line
passing is not permitted in either direction
This sign means:
No U-Turn
No Turning
No left turn
At intersections, crosswalks, and railroad crossings, you should always:
Look to the sides of your vehicle to see what is coming.
Stop, listen, and proceed cautiously.
Slowly pass vehicles that seem to be stopped for no reason.
In 50-55 mph traffic you are least likely to have an accident if you:
drive a few miles per hour faster than most
drive a few miles per hour slower than most
stay within that speed range
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