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Maryland driver's examination

(From the 2018 Maryland driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 22
Directions: Licensing requirements include a vision screening, a knowledge test, and a driving skills test on the satisfactory operation of a motor vehicle.

The knowledge test for your learner's permit is based on information contained in this driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Maryland traffic laws. The Knowledge tests include 25 multiple choice questions

If you answer at least 22 questions correctly from the sample test found here AND you have thoroughly read the "Maryland Driver's Handbook" and "All You Need to Know About Your Driver's License", you will be well prepared to take the knowledge test for your learner's permit.
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Passing grade —
3 or fewer errors
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1.
What can you do to reduce road rage?
Always signal your intention when changing lanes.
Talk on your cell phone while driving.
Use your horn frequently.
2.
This sign tells a driver that:
A construction flagger is ahead.
A police officer is ahead.
A parking attendant is ahead.
3.
"BAC" means:
Blood alcohol concentration.
Big alcohol content.
Blood alcohol conservation.
4.
If a truck or bus is making a right turn where you also need to make a right turn, you should:
Quickly turn before the truck or bus is able to.
Wait until the truck or bus turns before you turn.
Squeeze between the truck or bus and the curb.
5.
This sign indicates:
The distance from road surface to a bridge or overpass.
The maximum legal height of a vehicle allowed in this state.
The maximum width of a vehicle allowed on the highway.
6.
This sign means:
No U-turn.
Traffic signal ahead.
Railroad ahead.
7.
If your wheels drop off the roadway or pavement edge, you should:
Wait until it is safe to do so, then gradually re-enter the roadway.
Turn back onto the roadway immediately.
Stop.
8.
When turning left at an intersection:
You should always yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.
Oncoming traffic and pedestrians should yield to you.
You should never yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.
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