Michigan driver's examination

(From the 2017 Michigan driver handbook)
Number of tests: 8
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
Directions: If you have never been licensed, you will be given a knowledge test to determine how well you know Michigan traffic laws and safe driving practices. Applicants age 18 or older will be given this test at the Secretary of State office when applying for a Temporary Instruction Permit. If you have a valid driver’s license from another state, the written knowledge and driving skills tests as well as the 30-day practice requirements may be waived. The Department of State will contact your previous home state to obtain your driving record, which then becomes part of your Michigan driving record.

There are 50 questions on the written test. You have to score 80% and above to pass. All questions are taken from the Michigan Drive License Manual. Please thoroughly study the manual before taking the test.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
10 or fewer errors
You may avoid the risks of alcohol-related crashes by
doing any of the above
simply saying " No thanks, I'm driving" if someone offers you a drink
calling a taxi
deciding before you start drinking that you are not going to drive
If you stop along the road at night:
Use your parking lights only.
Use your headlights only.
Turn off all your lights.
Turn on your emergency flashers and leave your low beams on.
You may park or stop along the shoulder of the freeway:
If no part of your vehicle is on the road.
As long as you turn on your 4-way (emergency) flashers.
Only if you have an emergency.
If you need to look at a map for directions.
Drive below the posted speed limit when:
You are on a four lane road
Entering a highway where there are other cars
Anything makes conditions less than perfect
Others drive below the speed limit
At a light rail intersection, always
look both ways before crossing tracks
share the road with pedestrians and bicyclists
all of these
pay attention and obey all traffic signals
This sign means:
No Turning
No right turn
No left turn
No U-Turn
City driving is more dangerous than expressway driving because of the:
Narrower driving lanes.
Cross traffic and pedestrians
Worse road conditions in bad weather.
Lower speed limits.
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