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Virginia driver's examination

(From the 2020 Virginia driver handbook)
Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 35
Passing score: 30
Directions: You will need to take the knowledge exam if you do not hold a valid driver’s license from another U. S. state, Canada, Germany, France, or the Republic of Korea.

The two-part knowledge exam is given on a computer and tests your knowledge of traffic signs, motor vehicle laws, and safe driving.

You must correctly answer all ten traffic sign questions in part one of the exam before you can take part two of the exam. Part two tests your general knowledge with multiple choice questions. You must answer at least 80 percent of these questions correctly to pass part two.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
0 or fewer road sign errors
5 or fewer road rules errors
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11.
As a pedestrian, you should:
Always insist on the right-of-way over a vehicle when using a crosswalk.
Never enter a street or crosswalk when vehicles are approaching.
Enter a crosswalk at any time because it is the vehicle driver’s responsibility to stop.
Use crosswalks only if they are convenient.
12.
Which is not a factor in determining the distance that it takes to stop your vehicle?
Steering ability
Braking distance
Reaction distance
Perception time
13.
What should you do when you are going to enter a roadway from a private road?
Blow your horn to warn cars you are entering the roadway.
Stop with part of your car on the roadway to alert other drivers.
Drive out fast to merge smoothly with the traffic.
Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and roadway traffic.
14.
Vertical driver licenses are issued to persons:
Over age 21.
Under age 21.
15.
When driving past a vehicle that has just stopped in a parked position on the side of the road, you should:
Assume that the driver will open the car door as you approach.
Speed up.
Slam on your brakes.
Assume that the driver will wait for you to pass before opening the door.
16.
Many crashes are caused by:
Drivers traveling too fast for conditions.
Drivers consistently checking their mirrors and blind spots.
Drivers yielding the right-of-way.
Drivers maintaining a four-second following distance.
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