Maine driver's examination

(From the 2018 Maine driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
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%
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Passing grade —
or fewer road sign errors
10 or fewer road rules errors
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1.
You must pull over to the edge of the road and allow an emergency vehicle to pass:
Regardless of your direction.
Only if it is following you.
Only if it is approaching you from the opposite direction.
None of the above.
2.
Solid lines separating lanes of traffic indicate a no passing zone.
True
False
3.
What does a single dashed white line separating traffic mean?
Drivers may pass, even if it could be dangerous.
Lanes move in opposite directions.
Drivers may not pass.
Drivers may pass if it is safe to do so.
4.
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.
5.
You are turning onto a two-lane road divided by a broken yellow line. You know immediately that:
You are on a two-way road.
You are on a one-way road.
The road is under repair.
You must stay to the left of the broken yellow lines.
6.
When passing other vehicles:
Check your mirrors and blind spots.
Honk your horn at least three times.
Re-enter your lane within 10 feet of the passed vehicle.
There is no need to signal.
7.
Which of the following statements about railroad crossings is true?
It is against the law to go around lowered gates at a crossing.
You must stop at a railroad crossing when directed to do so by a flagger.
Not all railroad crossings are equipped with flashing red signals and gates.
All of the above.
8.
If you come to a roadway covered in water, you should:
Drive until you think the water is too deep.
Drive through, as it is unlikely the standing water will become too deep.
Turn around and find another way to go.
Walk out into the water to determine its depth.
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