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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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1.
You are approaching a green traffic light and traffic is blocking the intersection. What is the best thing to do?
Partially enter the intersection to establish your right-of-way.
Don't enter the intersection until you can get completely across.
Continue into the intersection and wait for traffic to clear.
2.
An "End school zone" sign indicates:
That the speed limit is 20 mph.
The beginning of a reduced speed zone.
The increased possibility of encountering pedestrians.
The end of a reduced speed zone.
3.
While driving on a roadway with a single broken white centerline:
You must stay within your lane.
You may cross the centerline to change lanes.
You may change lanes only from the left lane.
4.
You may not park within ______ of a crosswalk.
15 feet
10 feet
Five feet
One foot
5.
This yellow sign means:
One lane ahead.
Merging traffic ahead.
Lane ends ahead.
6.
While driving at night, a vehicle coming toward you has its high beams on, making it hard for you to see the road ahead. You should:
Look ahead toward the left edge of your lane.
Look ahead toward the right edge of your lane.
Look straight ahead in your lane.
7.
Driving at night requires increased caution because:
Traffic moves faster at night.
There is a larger volume of traffic at night.
Drivers cannot see as well at night.
Accidents occur more frequently at night.
8.
The most common mistake that drivers make when backing is failing to look both ways behind them.
True
False
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