Montana driver's examination

(From the 2018 Montana driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
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
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1.
When you are driving, 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.
2.
You are driving on a highway divided by two solid yellow lines. You know that:
You may cross these lines only to make a left turn into or from an alley, private road or driveway.
You may cross these lines to pass other vehicles only if there is no on-coming traffic.
You may never cross these lines.
You may cross these lines only to make a U-turn.
3.
In which of the following ways can drinking alcoholic beverages affect you?
Slows your reaction time
Gives you a feeling of false confidence
Impairs your thinking ability
All of the above
4.
Don’t follow other cars too closely because:
You may not see the road between the cars.
You may not have time to stop if the vehicle in front of you slows or stops suddenly.
You may not see the vehicle's turn signals.
You may not see the other vehicle’s brake lights.
5.
To avoid crashes with vehicles in your “blind spots”:
Quickly turn your head to see if your blind spot is clear before changing lanes
Adjust your rear-view mirrors every few minutes
Honk your horn right before turning or changing lanes
None of the above
6.
When you see other drivers around you acting or reacting in anger:
Don’t make eye contact.
Slow down, move over, or do whatever you can safely.
Distance yourself from the situation.
All of these.
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