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.
This sign means:
No left turn can be made here.
A left turn can be made only after stopping.
All traffic must turn right at the next intersection.
2.
If you are driving in another driver's blind spot, you should:
Move forward or drop back so the other driver can see you.
Keep a steady pace.
Stay in the driver's blind spot.
Honk to let them know you are there.
3.
A distraction when driving is:
Anything that causes evasive action while driving.
Anything that takes your attention away from driving.
Anything that causes you to pay more attention to driving.
4.
Bicycles on the road:
Must always yield the right-of-way to motor vehicles.
Do not follow specific rules of the road.
Are nothing to worry about.
Are considered vehicles with the same rights and responsibilities as motor vehicles.
5.
When changing lanes, you should never:
Cross the centerline in an intersection.
Check your blind spots by looking over your left or right shoulder.
Check for other drivers moving into the same lane.
6.
When entering the interstate, check for a gap in traffic in the nearest lane, adjust your speed to match traffic, signal, and:
Expect traffic to allow you to proceed into the lane, since you have the right-of-way.
Merge carefully into the gap.
Wait for the lane to clear before merging.
7.
This sign indicates a:
Railroad crossing.
Pedestrian crossing.
No passing zone.
8.
How far from the steering wheel should a driver sit?
Five inches
Seven to nine inches
10 inches
12 to 15 inches
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