New Hampshire driver's examination

Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 32
Directions: To drive safely in New Hampshire, you need good eyesight and coordination, a sound knowledge and understanding of New Hampshire’s traffic laws. The New Hampshire knowledge test is a 40 question multiple choice test. You will have 40 minutes to complete it. Each question is displayed along with four possible answers. If you miss more than 8 of the questions the test will automatically terminate and you may request an appointment to retest not sooner than ten days from the current date.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
8 or fewer errors
Before turning, you should:
Change lanes
Increase your speed
Turn the wheel
Use your signal
When you are being “tailgated”;
all of the above
if there is not an open lane to your right, wait until the way is clear ahead, and reduce speed slowly to encourage the tailgater to drive around you
if there is an open lane to your right, move over to the right
never slow down quickly
This sign means:
Two way Traffic
Minimum Speed
One Way
Two way left turn
This sign means:
Two way left turn
Farm machinery
Side Road
This sign is used to warn drivers about:
Upcoming intersections
Lane ends, merge left
Road construction
Road curves ahead
This sign means:
No U-Turn
No left turn
No turning
No right turn
A work zone
might involve moving workers and vehicles
is marked with black and white signs
does not require that the driver slow down and pay extra attention
all of the above
When a stop is required at an intersection and no markings appear to indicate a stop line or crosswalk, which of the following is the appropriate place to make the stop?
The driver is not required to stop.
Only at a place where the driver can see at least 200 feet on either side without regard for the intersecting roadway.
The driver is required to slow down to make sure crossing traffic is clear.
At the point nearest the intersecting roadway where the driver has a view of approaching traffic on the intersecting roadway before actually entering the roadway.
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