DMV WRITTEN TEST NEW HAMPSHIRE

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You need a New Hampshire driver’s license or learner’s permit if you want to drive on New Hampshire streets and highways. The driver test includes a vision test, a knowledge test, and a road test. The knowledge test is a 40 question multiple choice test. Each question is displayed along with four possible answers. You will have 40 minutes to complete the test, and you need at least 32 correct answers to pass (80%). The New Hampshire written test is designed to check your knowledge of road signs, road rules and safety rules. Everything you need to know is covered in the NH DMV Driver’s Manual. If you fail the test you may request an appointment to retest not sooner than ten days from the current date.
1. When parking uphill on a roadway that has a curb, turn the front wheels:
straight ahead.
any direction, but set the parking break.
away from the curb.
towards the curb.
2. At night, it is hardest to see:
other motorists.
pedestrians.
road signs.
street lights.
3. Service signs are ____ with ____ letters and symbols.
green; white
white; black
white; green
blue; white
4. When you see other drivers around you acting in anger, you should:
distance yourself from the situation.
slow down or move over safely.
not make eye contact.
All of the above.
5. Coming to a complete stop at an intersection, yielding to cross traffic/pedestrians, and then proceeding when clear corresponds with:
a solid red light.
a solid green light.
a flashing yellow light.
a flashing red light.
6. Broken white lines can be crossed over:
at any time.
only during daylight hours.
when it is safe to change lanes.
only when passing another car.
7. When changing lanes, you should not:
check for other drivers who may be moving into the same lane as you.
give a turn signal to signal your intentions.
use your cell phone to contact the police to determine if the road ahead is clear.
check your side and rear view mirrors.
8. When the road is slippery, you should:
pump your brakes.
brake suddenly carefully.
press your brakes in slow, steady strokes.
use your emergency or parking brake.
9. When driving near a pedestrian who is using a white cane, you need to use extra caution because:
the pedestrian is blind.
he or she has a mental disability.
he or she is deaf.
he or she has a walking problem.
10. __________ limit(s) your concentration, perception, judgment, and memory.
Alcohol does not
Even the smallest amount of alcohol
Only a blood alcohol level greater than .05
Only a blood alcohol level greater than the legal limit
 
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NH DMV Practice Test Facts

Number of questions: 40
Correct answers to pass: 32
Passing score: 80%
Number of questions: 40
Correct answers to pass: 32
Passing score: 80%
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