New Jersey driver's examination

Number of tests: 12
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
Directions: All applicants for a New Jersey driver license must have all required documents to satisfy the 6 Point ID Verification.

A vision screening is required for all motorists. The Motor Vehicle Commission may refer applicants with impaired vision to a physician. Periodically, the Motor Vehicle Commission may require a vision recheck of a New Jersey motorist.

The knowledge test consists of 50 questions, plus a survey question about organ donation.
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1.
You are driving at night and another vehicle is approaching. Your head lamps:
Should be on high beam.
Should be on low beam.
Should be off. Use your parking lights
May be on either high or low beam.
2.
This sign is a:
Service sign.
Regulatory sign (traffic rules).
Warning sign (caution).
Stop sign (full stop).
3.
When in travel lanes on the roadway:
You may stop to let out passengers.
You may stop to look up an address.
You may make a U-turn or back up if you get on the wrong entrance ramp of the freeway.
Don’t stop for any reason. Keep moving until you can safely pull off the road.
4.
Hydroplaning occurs when the vehicle’s tires “ride up” on water in the roadway during heavy rains. To prevent hydroplaning you should:
Ensure that the tires on the vehicle have good tread depth.
Insure that the tires on the vehicle are inflated to the proper pressure
Reduce vehicle speed when driving in the rain.
All of the above are correct.
5.
You can practice drive with a valid special learner's permit:
Between 12:01 a.m. and 5 a.m.
Between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Anytime
6.
If an oncoming driver is heading toward you in your lane, you should:
Blow your horn, steer right, and accelerate
Blow your horn, steer left, and brake
Blow your horn, steer right, and brake
Stay in the center of your lane, blow your horn, and brake
7.
If you become stranded in a snowstorm, the best thing to do is:
Get out of the car and go for help.
Lay down in the car and go to sleep.
Keep the windows rolled up tight, keeping the engine running at all times.
Stay in the car, as you are more likely to be found.
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