Vermont driver's examination

(From the 2017 Vermont driver handbook)
Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 16
Directions: The knowledge test has 20 questions. Each question has four answers to choose from, of which only one is correct. You must answer at least 16 questions correctly to pass the test. If you fail the test, you must wait at least one day before taking another one. Computer tests have an audio track so that you may listen to questions using headphones. If you speak another language and have difficulty reading English, you may use a dictionary and also ask the examiner to assist you. If you wish to have an interpreter other than an ASL interpreter, you must provide the interpreter yourself and that person must have a valid driver license from a U.S. State or territory.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
4 or fewer errors
Driving while being distracted by any activity inside the vehicle
is only dangerous for young drivers
usually causes the driver to drive faster
usually causes the driver to react more slowly to hazards
is never dangerous
When the driver behind you wants to pass, you should:
Change lanes.
Slow down to allow room in front of your vehicle and for the other driver to complete the pass sooner.
Go the same speed.
Speed up.
What can you do to avoid the need to make emergency (or “panic”) stops while driving in traffic?
Look ahead and maintain a safe following distance
Drive in the right lane only
Honk your horn to make others aware of your presence
Drive slower than the flow of traffic
When driving in fog
Use your high beams.
Use your parking lights.
Use your low beams.
It makes no difference which lights you use.
This sign is used to warn drivers about:
Changes in traffic lanes
Road construction
Upcoming intersections
Road curves ahead
This road sign means
stop only if other cars approaching
yield right-of-way
bicycles cross or ride beside traffic
soft shoulders for motorcycles
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