PRACTICE PERMIT TEST DELAWARE


If you operate a motor vehicle on public roadways in Delaware you are required to have a driver license or learner’s permit. The DMV examination consists of four parts: vision screening, highway sign and signal test, rules of the road test, and road test. The DMV written test is based on the information contained in the Delaware Driver Manual. The knowledge test consists of 30 questions, and you need 24 correct answers to pass (80%). Practice with this sample test to familiarize yourself with the format of the Delaware driver's license test.
1. A red arrow on a traffic light means:
You may turn in that direction after you come to a complete stop
You may turn in that direction after slowing and checking traffic
You may not turn in that direction until the light turns green
2. The yield sign means:
Drive with caution in wet weather.
Slow down and give vehicles crossing your path the right-of-way.
You must come to a complete stop.
3. When entering an interstate highway, drivers should:
check for cars, reduce speed to 35 MPH before entering traffic lane.
stop on the entrance ramp and wait for an opening in traffic.
check for cars, increase speed to match the flow of traffic and merge when the way is clear.
4. A vehicle suddenly cuts in front of you creating a hazard. Which of these actions should you take first?
Honk and step on the brake firmly.
Swerve into the lane next to you.
Take your foot off the gas.
5. A flashing red light at an intersection means:
Stop and wait for the green light
Stop and yield the right of way
Slow down and proceed with caution
6. As your speed increases it is most important to:
look farther ahead.
drive with both hands on steering wheel.
put on your headlights.
7. This sign means:
Reversible lane ahead.
Drivers are coming to a point where another traffic lane joins the one they are on.
The divided highway ends 350 to 500 feet ahead.
8. When approaching an intersection with a flashing yellow light:
you must come to a complete stop at the intersection.
maintain your normal speed.
slow and proceed with caution.
9. If you have a green light, but the path ahead is blocked, you should:
stay out of the intersection until traffic clears.
turn left and find another route.
enter the intersection and wait until traffic clears.
10. Where are yield signs usually placed?
Where major roads lead into auxiliary roads.
At intersections, if there is no marked stop line.
Where auxiliary roads lead into major roads.
 
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DE DMV Written Test Facts

Number of questions: 30
Signs questions: 10
Correct answers to pass: 24
Passing score: 80%
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