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Minnesota driver's examination

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 32
Directions: Anyone who drives a motor vehicle on public streets or highways in Minnesota must carry a valid and unexpired driver’s license. If you have never had a driver’s license in any state or country, you must pass a knowledge test and a vision test, apply for an instruction permit, and pass a road test.

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 Minnesota traffic laws.

The Knowledge tests include 40 multiple choice questions

If you answer at least 32 questions correctly from the sample tests provided here you will be well prepared to take the knowledge test for your learner's permit.
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1.
An octagonal sign is always a:
Speed limit sign.
Stop sign.
Hospital sign.
Railroad warning sign.
2.
You are turning onto a two-lane road divided by a broken yellow line. You know immediately that:
You are on a two-way road.
You are on a one-way road.
The road is under repair.
You must stay to the left of the broken yellow lines.
3.
Stress can affect your driving by:
Lowing your ability to focus on driving.
Decreasing your chances of an accident.
Causing you to fall asleep at the wheel.
Making you more aware of others around you.
4.
This sign shows one type of:
Intersection.
Road curve.
Right turn.
Lane change.
5.
When passing an emergency vehicle stopped on the side of the road, drivers should:
Increase their speed.
Vacate the lane closest to the emergency vehicle or slow down.
Pull off the road behind the stationary vehicle.
Move to the lane closest to the stationary vehicle.
6.
When a stop is required at an intersection and no markings appear to indicate a stop line or crosswalk, a driver:
Is not required to stop.
Is required to slow down to make sure crossing traffic is clear.
Should stop only at a place where they can see at least 200 feet on either side, even if they have to enter the intersecting roadway.
Should stop where they have a clear view of approaching traffic before they enter the intersecting roadway.
7.
The most effective thing you can do to reduce your risk of being injured or killed in a traffic crash is to:
Wear your seat belt.
Limit your driving to weekdays.
Stay in the right lane on multilane highways.
Limit your driving to hours between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
8.
If there are two railroad tracks next to each other:
It is always safe to proceed after one train passes.
You must always stop before crossing the tracks.
When one train passes, look for another train on the other track before proceeding.
Honk your horn as you cross the tracks.
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