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Connecticut DMV Permit Practice Test 15 2019

(From the 2019 Connecticut Driver's Manual)
Number of tests: 15
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 80

Directions: When applying for Connecticut Driver's license, applicants must take and successfully pass a knowledge exam. The Connecticut Knowledge exam consists of 25 questions. You must score 80% to pass that exam. The following questions are based on the details provided in the Connecticut Driver License Manual. Please study the manual before taking the test. If you need additional information, please contact your local DMV office. You can find your nearest DMV office at Connecticut DMV locations.

You have made 2 errors so far.
1. When entering an interstate highway, you should:
  • Check for cars, reduce speed to 25 MPH before entering traffic lane.

  • Stop, check for cars and enter when safe.

  • Check for cars, increase your speed to match the flow of traffic and merge when the way is clear.

2. What should drivers do when approaching a construction area?
  • Honk their horn several times to alert individuals working in the area of their presence.

  • Increase their speed to get out of the way quickly.

  • Slow down, stop all wireless telephone communications and yield the right-of-way.

3. If you see a distracted driver, you should give that distracted driver plenty of room and maintain a safe following distance of:
  • 1-2 seconds

  • 2-3 seconds

  • 3-4 seconds

4. Your license can be suspended if you are under 21 and drive with a blood alcohol level of:
  • Any amount

  • 0.08% or more

  • 0.15% or more

5. At intersections, crosswalks, and railroad crossings, you should always:
  • Look to the sides of your vehicle to see what is coming.

  • Stop, listen, and proceed cautiously.

  • Slowly pass vehicles that seem to be stopped for no reason.

6. Fines for speeding or other illegal behavior in work zones:
  • Are generally not enforced

  • Can be double normal fines

  • Can be argued in court