Montana driver's examination

(From the 2018 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
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1.
While driving, how can you conserve gasoline by looking well ahead of your vehicle:
by slowing down gradually
both a and c
by accelerating quickly around and slow-moving traffic
by reducing the need to stop quickly
2.
What does an orange-colored sign mean?
start of a no-passing zone
school zone ahead
railroad ahead
construction ahead
3.
In what situation is it legal to pass in an intersection?
When you are in a hurry
If a dashed yellow line is marked through the intersection
It is never legal to pass in an intersection
If there are no pavement markings in the intersection
4.
You are driving on a divided multi-lane highway when you see or hear the signal of an approaching emergency vehicle. You should:
Stop as quickly as you can
Disregard the signal if there are other lanes available for the emergency vehicle.
Slow down, move your vehicle to provide a clear path for the emergency vehicle and stop.
Increase your speed to provide a clear path for the emergency vehicle.
5.
The safe and legal passing of another vehicle requires that a driver:
All answers are correct.
Passes when the lane marking is a solid line.
Makes sure the passing lane is clear of traffic, and checks behind and to the left to make sure another car is not attempting to pass.
Applies the brake and slow down.
6.
When you see other drivers around you acting or reacting in anger:
All of these.
Distance yourself from the situation.
Slow down, move over, or do whatever you can safely.
Don’t make eye contact.
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