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Kentucky driver's examination

(From the 2019 Kentucky driver handbook)
Number of tests: 24
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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1.
You are required to stop your vehicle:
At any intersection where a police officer orders you to stop.
Where there is a red traffic light.
Both of the above.
2.
If it is necessary to make an emergency stop while driving on an interstate, you should:
Sound your horn at passing cars to get their attention.
Get out of your vehicle and flag down the first vehicle that passes.
Pull off the road, turn on your emergency flashers, and stay in your vehicle, if you can.
3.
Highway pavement will be particularly treacherous and most slippery:
If it has been raining several hours.
If it has just begun to rain.
If it has been raining for one to two hours.
4.
You must yield to a pedestrian using a white cane or guide dog:
Only when the guide dog is leading the person across the street.
At all times.
Only if a crossing guard is present.
5.
What does this road sign mean?
georgia no right turn road sign
You must turn right.
No right turns permitted.
Right turns permitted on a red light.
6.
If you are getting tired while driving, you should:
Stop and either get rest or change drivers.
Drink something with caffeine.
Open a window.
7.
The amount of alcohol in the blood is referred to as:
Implied consent (IC).
Blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
Rate of alcohol consumption (RAC).
8.
Using a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle is considered a distraction because:
It causes the driver to be concerned about the cost of the call.
It occupies the driver's hands, eyes, and mind.
It is an activity that draws the attention of other drivers.
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