North Dakota driver's examination

Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: The North Dakota written test covers the rules of the road and safe driving practices. Questions are taken from the information in the driver manual. The test includes identification of traffic signs by shape, color or symbol; identification of signals and pavement markings; and questions about traffic laws, safety rules, crash prevention and vehicle equipment.

The North Dakota written test consists of 25 questions. A passing score consist of at least 20 correct answers (80%). The written test fee is $5.
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Car drivers should know that large trucks
have large blind spots or "no zones"
can stop quicker than passenger vehicles
do not need more room to maneuver
all of the above
This road sign means
winding road ahead
a road joins from the right
sharp right turn
the road ahead turns sharply right then sharply left
This sign means:
School crossing
Workmen in road.
Pedestrian crossing.
When you are being “tailgated”;
never slow down quickly
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
What is the most important driving technique to avoid crashes when driving in icy or snowy conditions?
Add extra weight to the vehicle to improve traction.
Reduce speed and increase following distance
Get off the highways as quickly as possible.
Engage 4 wheel drive on the vehicle.
“Hydroplaning” is best described as:
Your tires pushing water out of their paths.
Your tires causing sheets of water to splash on passing vehicles.
Your tires actually floating on a film of water.
Your tires throwing water to the rear, causing problems for following vehicles.
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