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Kentucky driver's examination

(From the 2018 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.
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8 or fewer errors
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1.
"BAC" means:
Blood alcohol concentration.
Big alcohol content.
Blood alcohol conservation.
2.
If a vehicle is equipped with airbags:
Seat belts should still be worn.
Seat belts do not need to be worn.
Seat belts should be worn behind the back.
3.
A broken yellow line between two lanes of traffic means:
Both lanes of traffic are going in the same direction.
Passing is permitted when it's safe.
Passing is not permitted.
4.
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.
5.
This road sign means:
Road widens ahead.
Lane reduction. The right lane ends soon and traffic should merge left.
Highway entrance ramp ahead.
6.
Drivers are required to obey instructions from:
Security guards patrolling parking lots.
Other drivers whose vehicles are broken down on the roadway.
Flaggers (signal persons) at construction sites.
7.
What is a crosswalk?
Another name for a four-way intersection.
An area designated for road construction workers.
The area where pedestrians may cross the roadway.
8.
When driving on an interstate, to avoid traffic merging from on-ramps to your right, the best thing to do is to:
Change lanes to the left.
Slow down.
Maintain your speed and position.
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