The current tests consist of 25 questions. The new ones will be 40 and will now have story problems and include questions on distracted driving and marijuana impairment, two topics not on current exams.
“If the person doesn’t read the guide, they’re definitely not going to be able to pass it,” said Pat Kohler, Director of the state’s Department of Licensing.
Kohler said the current test’s passage rate ranges from 60-70 percent. She expects that number to drop when the state launches the new tests.
Friday, July 15, 2016
Washington State Driver's License Test "Longer and Tougher"
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