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South dakota driver's examination

Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: To obtain an Instruction Permit in South Dakota, you must be at least 14 years of age and pass the vision and knowledge test. The South Dakota written examination tests your knowledge of traffic laws, road signs, and driving safety rules. It determines whether you are prepared to operate a vehicle in accordance with South Dakota law.

The knowledge test consists of 25 multiple choice questions that are important to the safe operation of a motor vehicle and South Dakota laws and driving practices. The questions are based on the information provided in the manual.

A passing score consist of at least 20 correct
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Passing grade —
5 or fewer errors
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1.
Roads with double solid yellow line markings down the center indicate that passing is:
Allowed from both directions.
Allowed only from your direction of travel.
Not allowed from either direction.
2.
This symbol is used for:
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Dangerous intersections.
Slow-moving vehicles.
Yield signs.
3.
When backing up:
Look through the rear window.
Press hard on the gas pedal.
Rely only on your rearview mirror.
4.
This sign means:
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Stop Sign Ahead.
Side Road.
Railroad Warning.
5.
If you are driving and the rear end of your car starts skidding to the left, you should:
Steer to the right.
Steer to the left.
Tap your brakes lightly and shift into neutral.
6.
This sign means you are approaching a railroad crossing that does not have a signal. You should:
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Come to a complete stop.
Proceed at a consistent speed while looking and listening for approaching trains.
Slow down, look both ways, listen for any trains, and be prepared to stop if any trains are nearby.
7.
If you come to an intersection and your view to the side is blocked, you should:
Slow down and look both ways.
Maintain your speed and look both ways.
Stop, then inch forward until you can see clearly in both directions.
8.
When driving on gravel or dirt roads:
Your tires grip the road better than when you are driving on pavement.
Your tires do not have as much traction as they do on pavement, so you must slow down.
Visibility is better than on pavement.
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