Drivers License Practice Test

Before you can take the behind-the-wheel test needed to obtain your driver's license, you'll need to take a written knowledge test. If you're nervous about passing, consider taking a practice test first.

Benefits of Practice Tests

The benefits of taking a practice test before the DMV's actual written exam include:

  • Saving money.
    • In most states, if you fail your first written knowledge test, you'll have to pay a fee in order to retake the examination.
  • Taking your driving test sooner.
    • In most states, you must wait for some time before retaking a written knowledge test—meaning you have to wait even longer to take the behind-the-wheel exam for your driver's license.
  • Getting comfortable with the format.
    • The phrasing of the multiple-choice questions on your exam can take a while to get used to; a practice test can get you acclimated to the format of the DMV's written test.
  • Helping you study.
    • Taking a practice driver's license test can help you determine which sections of your state's driver's license manual will require some additional study time.

Our sample driver's license practice test and those offered by our trusted partners are designed to give you a basic understanding of the questions you'll find on the DMV's written exam. Answer the following questions and let's see how you do!

Free Drivers License Practice Test

1. When you see a flashing yellow light at an intersection you should:
2. When driving in adverse conditions, the proper speed to travel is:
3. The only time you can cross two solid yellow lines is when:
4. When planning to make a left turn across an intersection and you are waiting in the middle of the intersection for the traffic to clear, your front tires should be turned:
5. When you see a "Roadwork Ahead" sign you should:
6. To stop in an emergency situation when your car does not have ABS brakes, you should:
7. When entering a freeway on an on-ramp, you should:




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