DRIVERS PERMIT TEST CONNECTICUT

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DMV offices conduct knowledge testing for operator licensing on an appointment basis. The written test is based on the information contained in the Connecticut DMV Driver Manual, including road signs, driving rules, and safety rules. The knowledge test consists of 25 questions and you need 20 correct answers to pass (80%). You must pass a knowledge test before you receive your learner’s permit. Connecticut requires that you pass a vision test before you get a driver’s license. After you successfully pass the CT DMV practice permit test, you will be able to schedule an appointment for the road test.
1. Motorcycles:
must share a traffic lane with another vehicle.
are easy to see and determine what they will do.
have the right to use a complete traffic lane.
2. Drivers should not use their horn when:
they may hit another vehicle.
visibility ahead is limited.
near blind pedestrians.
3. When passing a vehicle, it is safe to return to your lane when:
when the driver you just passed signals you over.
you look over your shoulder and see the car is behind you.
you can see both its headlights in your rearview mirror.
4. Construction zone signs are generally:
diamond or rectangular with orange and black coloring.
round of octagon with black and yellow coloring.
square or rectangular with white red coloring.
5. A yellow arrow on a traffic signal means:
You should prepare to stop and give the right of way to oncoming traffic
You do not need to signal to turn from that lane
You should speed up so you can make the turn before the light changes
6. What should you do if your headlights suddenly go out?
Ease your foot off the gas pedal and brake gently.
Use your emergency lights, parking lights or directional signals.
Brake immediately and activate your emergency lights.
7. Collisions can happen more often when:
all vehicles are traveling about the same speed.
one vehicle is traveling faster or slower than the flow of traffic.
one lane of traffic is traveling faster than the other lanes.
8. A driver who has been drinking is more likely to:
keep a 3-4 second following distance.
have a decreased reaction time.
yield right-of-way to emergency vehicles.
9. When you prepare to make a left turn from a one-way road into a two-way road, you must:
approach the turn in the right lane or from the right side of a single lane.
approach the turn in the left lane or from the left side of a single lane.
enter the two-way road to the left of its center line.
10. This yellow sign means:
Lane ends ahead
One lane ahead
Merging Traffic ahead
 
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CT DMV Written Test Facts

Number of questions: 25
Correct answers to pass: 20
Passing score: 80%
Number of questions: 25
Correct answers to pass: 20
Passing score: 80%
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