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
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1.
At night, it is hardest to see:
Road signs
Pedestrians
Other motorists
Street lights
2.
This road sign means:
the road ahead winds a series of turns or curves
traffic increases ahead
when pavement is wet, reduce your speed
steep grade ahead
3.
This sign means:
No left turn
No turning
No U-turn
No right turn
4.
What should you be most concerned about when you see this sign?
Damaging a tire, if you drift onto the shoulder
Driving with your headlights out of alignment because one side of your car is higher than the other
Hydroplaning, if the shoulder has water on it
Losing control of the vehicle,if you drift onto the shoulder because of a drop off
5.
What does a flashing yellow light mean?
Come to a full stop.
Pedestrian crossing.
Merging traffic.
Proceed with caution.
6.
To prepare for anything coming up in the road ahead, you should:
Maintain focus toward the middle of the road
Stare straight ahead at all times
Drive with your left foot resting lightly on the brake pedal
Continually scan the entire road and roadsides
7.
You may continue carefully through a yellow light if:
There are no pedestrians crossing
There is an emergency vehicle crossing your lane
You are turning right
You are within the intersection
8.
This road sign means:
highway entrance ramp ahead
road widens ahead
lane reduction - the right lane ends soon
lane reduction - the left lane ends soon