http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A50344-2003Aug26.html A misprint in the Virginia DMV study manual has led to flunked tests for drivers confused by an exam question that appears to have no correct response, the Washington Post reports. Just one wrong answer in the test's opening section of 10 questions merits an automatic failure. Unless the test-taker realizes that the manual and the test question are at odds and points this out to the testing clerk, the applicant is instructed to . . .
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