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New york driver's examination

(From the 2018 New York driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 14
Directions: To apply for a learner permit or driver license you must complete an Application for Driver License (MV-44). You must pass a vision and written test and pay the application and license fees.

The written test examines knowledge of the road signs, rules of the road, safe driving techniques and the laws about alcohol and drug use while driving.

To pass the written test, you must correctly answer at least 14 of the 20 questions asked, but you must correctly answer two of the four questions about road signs.

This test is intended to help you prepare for the types of questions you will be asked on the written test. The questions on the actual test may vary.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
including or fewer road sign errors
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1.
You have the right-of-way when you are:
Entering a traffic circle.
Backing out of a driveway.
Leaving a parking space.
Already within a traffic circle.
2.
You are making a left turn from a two-way street onto a one-way street. When you have completed the turn, your car should be:
In the right lane of the street.
In the center of the street.
In the left lane of the street.
In the lane with the least traffic.
3.
Which of the following statements is true about BAC (blood alcohol content)?
The breathalyzer is a test to determine a person's BAC.
A chemical test for BAC is needed for an alcohol conviction.
BAC levels are reduced by a person's physical fitness.
After drinking, coffee or a cold shower will lower your BAC.
4.
When entering traffic after being parked at a curb, you:
Should drive more slowly than other traffic for 200 feet.
Should wait for a large enough gap to get up to the speed of traffic.
Should wait for the first two vehicles to pass, then drive into the lane.
5.
What does this road sign mean?
Slow down and prepare to stop if cars are approaching you.
Come to a full stop and go when it is safe to do so.
Proceed carefully through the intersection, not always stopping.
Stop only for traffic on an intersecting road.
6.
You come to an intersection that is blocked by other traffic. You should:
Go slowly until the traffic ahead moves.
Get as close as possible to the car in front of you.
Stay out of the intersection until you can pass through.
Sound your horn to make the cars move up.
7.
Reaction time is slower after:
Drinking alcohol.
Sleeping.
Working hard.
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