Maine driver's examination

(From the 2017 Maine driver handbook)
Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 60
Passing score: 48
Directions: The Maine written test measures your understanding and knowledge of traffic laws, regulations, driving skills and vehicle handling, as well as your ability to identify and understand highway signs. Special emphasis is placed on understanding Maine’s drinking and driving laws.

The Maine written test consists of 50 knowledge test questions and also 10 question road sign test . The passing rate for the Maine Written test is set at 80%
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
2 or fewer road sign errors
10 or fewer road rules errors
The best way to avoid loss of control in wet conditions is to speed up:
Studies show that when worn, seat belts:
Reduce your chances of serious injury in a crash
Reduce your chances of damage to your car in a crash
All of the above
Increase your chances of fatality in a crash
When in a motor vehicle on a highway, it is:
All right to drink if you're not driving.
Illegal to either drink from or possess open containers of alcohol in the passenger compartment.
Illegal to drink from, but all right to transport, open containers of alcohol in the passenger compartment.
All right to drink if you're driving but not drunk.
When you approach a railroad crossing without flashing warning signals or crossing gates, you should:
speed up to beat the train.
yield to all trains at the crossing.
cross the tracks as quickly as possible.
always stop
When a school bus is stopped on your side of the road with its red lights flashing, you must:
Slow to 10 mph
Change lanes and pass cautiously
Stop until the lights stop flashing
Crosswalk lines are two solid white lines painted across the traffic lanes. As a driver you should know that:
Motor vehicles have the right of way over pedestrians in these crosswalks.
When pedestrians are in these crosswalks, they have the right of way over motor vehicles.
Pedestrians are responsible to keep out of the way of all traffic.
No one has the right of way in a crosswalk.
If your car breaks down on a highway, you should:
Sit in your car and wait for help
Sound your horn at passing motorists
Flash your headlights at oncoming traffic
Use your four-way flashers to warn other drivers
To drive more safely at night:
Don’t drive when you are tired
Make sure your headlights are working properly
Increase following distance
All of the above
Highways and roads freeze before ramps and bridges:
You are merging onto an interstate highway. You should
Merge over two lanes at once and speed up
Select a safe gap and merge into the lane of traffic
Always stop before entering the highway
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.
When approaching a railroad crossing that has no warning signals (such as electric flashing lights or gates), a driver should look, listen and slow down.
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