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Written Knowledge Test Sample Questions

Learners Permit And Drivers License Sample Test Questions
The written knowledge test consists of 16 sign identifications and 34 questions of which you can only miss two signs and six questions to pass. 1. Over 93% of all fatal collisions were listed as having the following as the primary factor: B. Malfunctioning traffic signals. A. Driver action.

4. A good defensive driver should: B. Look out for the actions of other drivers. A. Drive slowly at all times.

D. All answers are correct.

C. Use low headlight beams to better illuminate the road and objects.

D. Only drive in familiar areas. 5. When making a right turn on red at a red light, you: B. Do not yield the right-of-way.

C. Travel at a constant speed.

A. Slow down and roll around the corner if no traffic is coming.

D. Ignore a No Turn on Red sign.

C. Come to a complete stop and do not interfere with the right-of-way of any vehicles or pedestrians moving in the direction of the turn.

6. When driving on wet roadways, you should remember: B. Driving on wet roads can cause hydroplaning. A. Pavement is slick immediately following a rainfall.

D. Defective vehicles.

C. Unsafe road conditions.

D. All answers are correct.

C. You should give yourself additional time to stop.

2. The safe and legal passing of another vehicle requires that a driver:

D. All answers are correct.

C. Pass when the lane marking is a solid line.

B. Apply the brake and slow down.

A. Make sure the passing lane is clear of traffic, and checks behind and to the left to make sure another car is not attempting to pass.

7. A flashing red signal means:

D. A signal to look both ways, then proceed. 8. You should signal your intention to turn at least: B. 150 feet before turning. A. 200 feet before turning.

C. Caution, there may be danger.

B. Equivalent to (same as) a stop sign, and means the driver must stop.

A. A reason to slow down.

3. As fog can greatly reduce visibility of other vehicles, pedestrians and traffic signals, you should: B. Do not use your high headlight beams. A. Drive cautiously and reduce speed.

C. 100 feet before turning.



D. 50 feet before turning.

D. 16 persons including the driver 5. What is the maximum single-axle weight for trucks? B. 20,000 lbs. A. 17,000 lbs.

Chauffeurs License Sample Test Questions

This test consists of 25 questions of which you can only miss four to pass. 1. What is the maximum axle weight for trucks? B. 10,000 pounds A. 34,000 pounds

D. All answers are correct

C. 80,000 lbs.

D. 15,000 pounds

C. 17,000 pounds

2. The driver of a commercial motor vehicle must stop within how many feet of railroad tracks? B. 15 50 feet A. 10 40 feet

D. 5 45 feet 3. What is the maximum height of any vehicle that may be operated without a special permit? B. 12 feet, 7 inches A. 13 feet, 6 inches

C. 20 60 feet

D. 10 feet, 9 inches

C. 11 feet, 8 inches

4. A public passenger chauffeur license grants the privilege to transport persons for hire so long as the vehicle is not designed or used to transport how many persons? B. 8 persons including the driver A. 2 persons including the driver

C. 5 persons including the driver