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.
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1.
Under normal weather and traffic conditions, keep a minimum following distance of:
One second.
Two seconds.
Three seconds.
Four seconds.
2.
Fog can greatly reduce the visibility of other vehicles, pedestrians, and traffic signals. When driving in fog, you should:
Drive cautiously and reduce your speed.
Not use your high beam headlights.
Use low beam headlights to better illuminate the road and objects.
All answers are correct.
3.
If you become stranded in a snowstorm, the best thing to do is to:
Get out of the car and go for help.
Lay down in your car and go to sleep.
Walk into the road and get the attention of other drivers.
Stay in the car, as you are most likely to be found when you stay in your vehicle.
4.
Round signs indicate:
No passing zones.
School zones.
Upcoming railroad crossings.
Hospitals.
5.
When approaching a traffic signal displaying a steady green arrow, drivers:
Should merge into a lane in the direction of the arrow.
Should slow to a stop, if it is safe to do so.
May turn in the direction of the arrow after yielding to traffic and pedestrians already in the intersection.
May drive straight through the intersection.
6.
Which of the following influence(s) the effects of alcohol?
The amount of food in the stomach
The body weight of an individual
How much time passes between drinks
All three choices
7.
If traffic signals at an intersection are not functioning due to a power outage:
Park your vehicle as far off the road as possible and wait for power to be restored.
Use hand signals to indicate your intentions to other drivers.
Turn on your hazard lights and proceed through the intersection without stopping.
Treat the intersection as a four-way stop.
8.
Smoking and preparing to smoke while driving:
Do not affect driving abilities.
Help maintain driver alertness.
Are distracting activities.
Are not distracting activities.
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