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Oklahoma driver's examination

(From the 2019 Oklahoma driver handbook)
Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 15
Directions: The Oklahoma law says that you must pass certain tests to show that you can drive a car or motorcycle legally and safely before you can get your Driver License. You apply for your license and take your tests at a Driver Testing Facility operated by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety. For the Class D license, there are three tests: the vision screening, the written test, and the driving test for cars and motorcycles.

The questions for a Class D license test will be taken from the driver’s manual. You will be asked questions about Oklahoma traffic laws, safe driving practices, and drug and alcohol laws/effects. The Alabama written test consists of 20 questions. A passing score consist of at least 15 correct answers. If you fail the written test, by law you must wait at least one day before retesting.
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1.
Pedestrians in crosswalks and at intersections always have the right-of-way.
True
False
2.
When driving to an unfamiliar area, you:
Should depend on road signs to find your way.
Should plan your trip in advance.
Only have to know generally where your destination is.
Should always choose the most direct route.
3.
How do you check your blind spots?
By looking in your side mirrors.
By turning your head and looking over your shoulders.
By looking in your rearview mirror.
By staring straight ahead.
4.
Drivers may not pass:
On a hill.
In a no passing zone.
In the middle of a curve.
All of the above.
5.
When approaching a railroad crossing that has no warning signals (such as electric flashing lights or gates), a driver should slow down, look, and listen.
True
False
6.
If you are being followed too closely on a two-lane road:
Reduce your speed slowly to encourage the tailgater to drive around you.
Speed up to increase the distance between you and the other car.
Apply your brakes to slow down, then resume your original speed.
7.
Defensive driving is:
Identifying dangerous driving situations and taking action to avoid accidents.
Defending yourself against poor drivers by getting ahead of them in traffic.
Following the vehicle ahead of you at a close distance.
Quickly changing lanes and shifting in and out of traffic congestion.
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