Louisiana driver's examination

Number of tests: 10
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 32
Directions: All first time applicants must successfully pass the knowledge test confirming your understanding of traffic signs and signals, as well as safe driving practices and Louisiana laws relative to driving. The test contains multiple choice questions that are taken from the information contained in this manual. The exam is given on a computer in most offices and you must correctly answer 80 percent of these questions to receive a passing score. Proper identification is required each time the test is taken.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
8 or fewer errors
The amount of space you need to cross traffic depends on the:
Presence of a stop sign
Use of your turn signals
Cars behind you
Road and weather conditions and oncoming traffic
This sign means:
Two way left turn
No U-turn
No parking
Minimum Speed
To change lanes you should:
Signal and change lanes.
Check your mirrors, signal, and change lanes.
Signal, check your mirrors, and change lanes.
Signal, check your mirrors, check your blind spot in the direction you plan to move, and change lanes.
This sign means:
Side road
Do not block intersection
Lane shifting
The most important thing to remember about speed management and curves is to:
Accelerate gently before you enter the curve
Slow down before you enter the curve
Drive at the posted speed limit of the roadway, before, throughout, and after the curve
Drive at the posted speed limit as you enter the curve, then slow down at the sharpest part of the curve
A speed restriction sign:
has a triangular shape
shows a recommended speed for a curve or turn
may be ignored in rain, snow, or icy conditions
is blue with black lettering
When getting ready to change lanes, you should:
check your side view mirror
check your rearview mirror
quickly turn your head to check for other vehicles
all of the above
This sign means:
Slow down and be prepared to stop if necessary.
Always come to a full stop at the intersection.
Slow down if an emergency vehicle is approaching.
Look both ways as you cross the intersection.
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