West Virginia driver's examination

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 19
Directions: The West Virginia knowledge exam has 25 questions based on the basic knowledge, traffic rules, signs, regulations, and markings found in the handbook. Automated testing is given at all locations. You must answer 19 out of the 25 questions correctly to pass the test. There is a time limit on the test and any questions not answered in the prescribed time will be considered incorrect.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
To safely pass a bicycle, you should:
Honk at the bicyclist to let them know you're trying to pass.
Drive in the bicycle lane until you get a chance to pass.
Slow down and give them as much space as possible.
Rush ahead to pull in front of the bicyclist.
Night driving can be more difficult than driving during the day because:
Cars overheat more quickly at night.
Visibility is reduced in the dark.
It is more likely to be raining at night.
You are more likely to encounter a motorcycle at night.
A telltale sign of a drunk driver is:
They are weaving between lanes.
They are driving more slowly than the normal traffic flow.
They are making quick and sudden stops.
All of the above.
When you hear a fire engine siren behind you, you must:
Slow down until it passes you.
Drive with your flashers on.
Pull over to the side of the road and stop.
Speed up and take the nearest exit.
You are approaching a railroad crossing and you do not see or hear a train. You must stop:
If a stop sign is posted.
If a crossing gate is lowered.
If the crossing lights are flashing.
All of the above.
This road sign means:
Drive with caution and be ready to slow down.
Do not drive in this lane.
You must come to a complete stop and yield the right-of-way.
Slow down, be prepared to stop, and, if necessary, yield the right-of-way.
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