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Missouri driver's examination

(From the 2019 Missouri driver handbook)
Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: The Missouri driver examination consists of a four-part test:
  • A written test on traffic laws and rules for safe driving
  • A vision test
  • A road sign test
  • A driving test (skills)
Carefully studying the Missouri Driver Guide will increase your driving confidence and broaden your knowledge of Missouri traffic laws. The more knowledge you have, the safer you are!

The written test consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. You must correctly answer 20 questions to pass the test. All of the test questions come directly from information found in the Missouri Driver guide.
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1.
A steady green light at an intersection means that you:
Must slow down and prepare to stop.
Must stop and check for oncoming traffic before proceeding.
May drive through the intersection if the road is clear.
May not turn right.
2.
When a vehicle with an Anti-Lock Braking System starts to lose traction on a slippery road, drivers should:
Pump the brakes.
Press and hold the brake pedal.
Press and hold the gas pedal.
Lightly tap the brakes.
3.
If you need to stop quickly and your vehicle is not equipped with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), you should:
Hold down the brake pedal.
Firmly pump your brakes.
Lightly tap the brakes.
Release the brake pedal.
4.
You are driving on a highway divided by two solid yellow lines. You may:
Cross these lines only to make a left turn into or from an alley, private road, or driveway.
Cross these lines to pass other vehicles, but only if there is no oncoming traffic.
Cross these lines under no circumstances.
Cross these lines only to make a U-turn.
5.
The act of turning your head and checking your blind spot before changing lanes, driving away from a curb, or merging your vehicle into traffic is:
A bad driving habit.
A good driving habit.
Unnecessary.
Not necessary if you use the rearview mirror.
6.
Signaling your intentions before turning, changing lanes, or driving away from a curb:
Is necessary only if other traffic is present.
Is a good driving habit and is required by law.
Is necessary only during the maneuver, not before.
Is not necessary if the maneuver is done slowly.
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