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Massachusetts driver's examination

Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 18
Directions: Each learner’s permit exam has 25 multiple-choice questions. Topics covered on the exam include alcohol misuse, suspensions, and JOL violations, as well as rules of the road and identifying road signs.To pass the exam, you must answer 18 questions correctly within the allotted time of 25 minutes.

Full-service RMV Branches have automated testing stations (ATS), which are easy-to-use videoscreen kiosks that use a computer program to deliver learner’s permit exam questions visually. The ATS lets you practice with sample questions before beginning the actual exam. You must study the contents of this manual to be able to pass the learner’s permit exam.

The learner’s permit exam fee of $30 covers the cost of processing your application and administering your learner’s permit exam. If you fail the exam or your permit expires, you will be charged this fee again for another examination.
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1.
You may honk your horn when you:
Have to stop quickly.
Are passing another car.
Have lost control of your car.
Are passing a bicyclist.
2.
When you hear a fire engine siren behind you, you must:
Slow down until it passes you.
Drive with your flashers on.
Pull over to the side of the road and stop.
Speed up and take the nearest exit.
3.
Taking drugs along with alcohol:
Increases the risk of causing a crash.
Is no more dangerous than consuming alcohol by itself.
Lessens the effect of alcohol on your ability to drive.
Has no effect on your general driving ability.
4.
As a pedestrian, you should:
Always insist on the right-of-way over a vehicle when using a crosswalk.
Never enter a street or crosswalk when vehicles are approaching.
Enter a crosswalk at any time because it is the vehicle driver’s responsibility to stop.
Use crosswalks only if they are convenient.
5.
When encountering an aggressive driver, you should:
Avoid eye contact, slow down, and let them pass.
Cut them off to slow them down.
Retaliate by tailgating them.
Make sure they know you disapprove of their behavior.
6.
When faced with an oncoming car to the left and a bicyclist to the right, you should:
Pull onto the shoulder.
Split the difference.
Let the car pass and then pass the bike.
Pass the bike quickly.
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