St. Louis — Results from the fourth annual GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test are in. The survey polled 5,524 licensed Americans from all 50 states and the District of Columbia and is designed to gauge driver knowledge by administering 20 actual questions taken from state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) exams.

Of those surveyed, 16.4% failed. This means that if extrapolated to the population as a whole, 33 million licensed Americans would not pass a written driver’s test if taken today.

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