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Nebraska driver's examination

(From the 2019 Nebraska driver handbook)
Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: To obtain a driver's license in Nebraska, you will be required to complete a data form, a vision test, and in some cases, a driving skills test. You may be required to take a knowledge test on driving laws and regulations if: you are applying for your first Nebraska license, can't present a valid out-of-state license, or if your Nebraska license is expired over one year.

This knowledge test is designed to familiarize you with the format of the driver's license test on laws and regulations in Nebraska.
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1.
When you drive through a construction zone, you should:
Stop to watch the workers.
Decrease your following distance.
Pass the construction zone carefully and not “rubberneck."
2.
When approaching an intersection that has a stop sign but no painted crosswalk, you must:
Stop your vehicle inside the unmarked crosswalk.
Stop before entering the unmarked crosswalk.
Stop at the stop sign. It does not matter if you are in the crosswalk or not.
3.
The most frequent cause of motorcycle accidents is:
The driver of a passenger vehicle failing to yield the right-of-way and making a left turn in front of an oncoming motorcycle.
Inattention by the motorcyclist.
Inadequate road conditions.
4.
The best thing to do if you become tired while driving is to:
Stop to rest or change drivers.
Drink coffee.
Open a window.
5.
From top to bottom, the following is the proper order for traffic lights:
pennsylvania traffic signal ahead blank road sign
Red, yellow, green.
Red, green, yellow.
Green, red, yellow.
Green, yellow, red.
6.
It is unlawful to:
Pass in any marked no passing zone.
Pass within 300 feet of a railroad crossing.
Both of the above.
7.
If you become drowsy while driving, you should:
Try to fight it.
Take a break.
Take some caffeine pills.
8.
Broken yellow lines are used on streets and highways to:
Indicate no passing zones.
Separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.
Separate lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions.
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