Montana driver's examination

(From the 2017 Montana driver handbook)
Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 33
Passing score: 27
Directions: The Montana written examination tests your knowledge of traffic laws, road signs, and driving safety rules. It determines whether you are prepared to operate a vehicle in accordance with Montana law.

The knowledge test consists of 33 multiple choice questions that are important to the safe operation of a motor vehicle and Montana laws and driving practices. The questions are based on the information provided in the manual.

A passing score consist of at least 27 correct answers.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
Don’t follow other cars too closely because:
You may not see the vehicle's turn signals.
You may not have time to stop if the vehicle in front of you slows or stops suddenly.
You may not see the road between the cars.
You may not see the other vehicle’s brake lights.
If you stop at a railroad crossing with more than one track:
Wait until you have a clear view of both tracks
Stop on the railroad track and watch for another train
Go through as soon as the train passes
Go through when one of the tracks is free
When you need to change lanes, it is important to:
Make sure the lane is clear before entering
All of the above
Signal your intentions ahead of time
Check your blind spot
You are coming to an intersection and have a green light. Pedestrians are crossing against the red. You should:
Stop to let the pedestrians cross safely
Honk your horn.
Drive close and frighten the pedestrians so they’ll think twice before crossing against a red light.
Speed up and pass in front of the pedestrians.
If your turn signals fail, you should use _____ to indicate you are turning.
Your horn
Hand signals
Your headlights
Your emergency flashers
A good rule to remember for passing is:
Drive with the flow of traffic, passing only as needed.
Always flash your lights and sound your horn to alert the other driver.
Pass on the right whenever possible.
Try to get to the front of any line of slow moving traffic so that you can see better.
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