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Connecticut DMV Permit Practice Test 6 2019

(From the 2019 Connecticut Driver's Manual)
Number of tests: 6
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. Which of these statements is true about drugs and driving is true
  • Any prescription drug is safe to use if you don't feel drowsy

  • Even over the counter drugs can impair your driving

  • Only illegals drugs can impair your driving

2. You want to make a right turn at the corner. A pedestrian with a guide dog is at the corner ready to cross the street in front of you. Before making your right turn, you should:
  • Wait until the person crosses the street

  • Turn off your engine until the person crosses the street

  • Tell the pedestrian when to cross the street

3. You see pedestrians near the road. You should:
  • Slow down and pass with caution

  • Sound your horn and maintain speed

  • Speed up to clear the area quickly

4. To pass on a two-lane road, you should:
  • Flash your headlights as you pass

  • Judge the distance to the first oncoming vehicle

  • Sound your horn as you pass

5. Construction zone signs are generally
  • Round of octagon with black and yellow coloring

  • Square or rectangular with white red coloring

  • Diamond or rectangular with orange and black coloring

6. You are driving behind a motorcycle and want to pass. You must:
  • Have your vehicle entirely into the left lane before and during the pass.

  • Blow your horn to make the motorcycle move onto the shoulder so that you can pass.

  • Stay in the right lane as much as possible, because the motorcycle is small and doesn't use all of the lane.