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Tennessee driver's examination

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 24
Directions: You will be given an exam covering knowledge needed to drive safely. The test will consist of 30 multiple choice questions of which you can only miss 6 questions. All the questions are based on information contained in Section B of the manual.

You can expect questions about Traffic signs and signals, Safe driving principles, Rules of the road, Drugs and alcohol.

In order to encourage the applicant to thoroughly stu Section B of the manual and cut down on repeat visits by applicants who are not yet prepared for the examination, a mandatory 7-day waiting period is required after failing any driver license knowledge test.
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1.
Continuous hard braking on ice and snow often:
Helps you stop faster.
Locks the front wheels of a vehicle, causing a loss of steering.
Keeps the brakes from freezing.
2.
A conviction of driving under the influence (DUI) is determined by a blood alcohol concentration of:
0.05 percent.
0.08 percent.
50 percent.
3.
If you encounter an aggressive driver, you should:
Challenge them.
Get out of their way.
Speed up.
4.
It is more dangerous to drive at night than during the day because:
You cannot see as far ahead at night.
The road is always more slippery at night.
Your reaction time is slower at night.
5.
If you parallel park facing downward on a hill:
Turn your wheels sharply toward the side of the road.
Turn your wheels away from the side of the road.
Keep your wheels straight.
6.
When changing lanes:
Rely on the rearview mirror.
Look over your shoulder in the direction you plan to move.
Rely on the left side mirror.
7.
If you approach a stopped school bus that has its lights flashing and signal arm extended, you should:
Stop.
Proceed at 15 mph if no children are present.
Proceed at normal speed, but watch for children.
8.
If you approach an intersection and you are not in the proper lane to make a right or left turn, you should:
Signal the direction you want to go and wait for a gap.
Stop and wait until the way is clear before turning.
Continue to the next intersection to make the turn.
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