New Hampshire driver's examination

Number of tests: 16
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
This road sign means:
drive with caution and be ready to slow down
do not drive in this lane
you must come to a complete stop and yield right-of-way
slow down, stop, if necessary and yield right-of-way
You are driving and have a blowout. You should:
Slam on your brakes.
Hold your steering wheel tight and steer to stop on the shoulder.
Keep going
Turn on your emergency flashers.
Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit in a business district is
70 mph.
55 mph.
40 mph.
30 mph.
A driver who is taking a non-prescription drug should:
Read the labels on the drug before driving.
Drink alcohol instead.
Continue to drive.
Drive only during daylight hours.
You are driving on the roadway and hear a siren behind you. You should:
Pull over to the right and stop.
Speed up to get out of the way.
Slow down.
This sign means that:
A community service group is picking up trash along the highway ahead
Workers are on or very close to the road in the work zone ahead
Children are at play ahead
There is a pedestrian crosswalk ahead
If a crossing guard is directing traffic in a school zone, you must
Follow the directions indicated by the crossing guard.
Copy what surrounding traffic is doing, despite the crossing guard's instructions.
Assume the guard is not supposed to be directing traffic.
Follow rules that would be in place if no children were present.
This sign is used to warn drivers about:
Upcoming intersections
Road construction
Road curves ahead
Changes in traffic lanes
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