PERMIT TEST FLORIDA


Persons applying for a Florida driver’s license are required to take a vision, hearing, and knowledge test. The written knowledge exam consists of 40 road rules and 10 road signs questions. To pass the test, you must provide the correct answers to at least 40 of the 50 multiple-choice questions.
Thoroughly study the Florida Driver’s Handbook before you take the test. After you successfully pass the official FL practice permit test, you will be able to schedule an appointment for the driving test at your local DMV.
1. If it is your second collision in a 2-year period, you will be required to:
attend a DUI Prevention Course.
retake the driving knowledge test.
attend a Community Centre for 3 months.
attend a Traffic Collision Avoidance Course.
2. The first sign drivers see when approaching a highway-rail intersection is usually:
a crossbuck sign.
a speed limit sign.
a stop sign.
an advance warning sign.
3. Anyone who uses a Parking Permit that does not belong to them can:
be charged with a second degree misdemeanor.
loan the Parking Permit to people with disabilities.
legally park in spaces reserved for people with disabilities.
be sent to prison.
4. You can be charged with DUI if you are found to be driving:
while under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances.
under the influence of heavy metal music (rage music).
while you are angry.
while texting.
5. Drivers must obey traffic signals except when:
pedestrians are crossing the road.
they are impatient.
an officer is directing traffic.
a car is at the stop line.
6. Which drugs can affect a person’s ability to drive safely?
Illegal drugs only.
Many prescription drugs and even many of the drugs you can buy without a prescription.
Over the counter drugs only.
Prescription drugs only.
7. Unless otherwise posted, what is the speed limit on a highway outside a town or city?
50 MPH
65 MPH
55 MPH
70 MPH
8. This sign warns of a ________ ahead.
hill
no passing zone
truck
soft shoulder
9. Drinking alcohol does NOT:
improve reflexes.
distort decision-making.
impair judgment.
hinder coordination.
10. Which of the following is true about double yellow lines, one solid, one broken?
They prohibit vehicles moving in either direction from crossing the lines.
If the broken line is closer to the driver, he/she can cross the broken line only to pass another vehicle, if it is safe to do so.
They separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.
None of the above.
 
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FL DMV Practice Test Facts

Number of questions: 50
Signs questions: 10
Correct answers to pass: 40
Passing score: 80%
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