DMV WRITTEN TEST INDIANA

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Anyone who operates a motor vehicle on public streets and roads in Indiana is required to have a driver’s license or learner’s permit. All Indiana driver’s license or learner’s permit applicants are required to pass a vision screening test. The IN BMV written test is based on information contained in the Indiana Driver’s Manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must be able to read and understand regulatory, warning and traffic signs and signals, and you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Indiana road rules, traffic laws and safe driving practices. The BMV written test consists of 50 questions. To pass the test, you are allowed to miss 2 of the 16 questions about road signs, and 6 of the 34 questions about road rules.
1. This sign warns of a ________ ahead.
no passing zone
soft shoulder
hill
truck
2. The sign in the picture:
shows the minimum safe speed for an exit on an highway.
is a warning sign.
shows the highest speed drivers can travel at the exit of the intersection.
lists the maximum recommended safe speed for an exit on an expressway.
3. This sign warns drivers that:
right turns are not allowed.
there is an intersection ahead.
another road enters the highway from the direction shown.
the road will make a sharp turn to the right.
4. Vertical rectangles tell drivers:
what is not allowed.
the direction they should travel.
the law.
that there's a school zone ahead.
5. This signal means:
Slow down
Proceed
Stop
Move to the left
6. After being pulled over by law enforcement, a driver should immediately exit the vehicle and quickly approach the officer’s squad car.
False
True
7. This sign warns drivers that:
there is a double curve ahead.
there is a winding road ahead.
there is a low place in the road.
the highway ahead is divided into two one-way roadways. Drivers should keep to the right.
8. This sign tells drivers that:
left and right turns are not allowed.
they cannot go straight ahead.
a divided highway is ahead.
they must turn either right or left at the next intersection.
9. Who is most at risk?
Drivers who are driving on long, boring roads.
Drivers who are fatigued.
Long-distance commuters.
All of the above.
10. Who has a greater risk of being involved in a traffic crash?
Young people.
Drivers who are driving alone.
Shift workers.
All of the above.
 
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IN DMV Practice Test Facts

Number of questions: 50
Signs questions: 16
Correct answers to pass: 42
Passing score: 84%
Number of questions: 50
Signs questions: 16
Correct answers to pass: 42
Passing score: 84%
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