PRACTICE PERMIT TEST NEBRASKA


Any Nebraska resident who operates a motor vehicle on the streets and highways of Nebraska must have a valid driver’s license or learner’s permit. To obtain a driver's license in Nebraska, you’ll be required to complete a data form, a vision test and, in some cases, a driving skills test. The DMV written test is designed to check your knowledge of road signs, road rules, traffic laws and safe driving practices. Everything you need to know is covered in the Nebraska DMV Driver’s Manual. The written knowledge test consists of 25 questions, and you need at least 20 correct answers to pass (80%). Practice with this sample test and study the manual to get ready for the official Nebraska driver's license test.
1. For protection, motorcyclists are required to:
wear approved helmets.
keep their headlights and taillights on at all times.
signal turns, lane changes and stops.
None of the above.
2. Blue color traffic signs offer information on:
motorist services.
guide information, such as distance or direction.
construction and maintenance.
3. To drive defensively, you must:
anticipate errors by other drivers.
use only one hand on the wheel.
not check behind you through your mirrors.
assume that a driver who approaches a STOP sign on a side road is actually going to stop.
4. When driving in fog, drivers should use high beam headlights.
False
True
5. This road sign means:
Downgrade
Road Construction/Maintenance Area
Warning of a Change in Direction or Narrowing of Roadway
6. When turning left at an intersection with this sign:
come to a full legal stop and remain stopped while the arrow is red.
you can continue, as long as you yield to others.
come to a full legal stop, then continue when it is safe.
7. If a driver follows you too closely, you should:
increase your speed as you are probably driving too slowly.
activate your stop lights.
move to another lane if possible.
brake suddenly.
8. Who is most at risk?
Drivers who are driving on long, boring roads.
Long-distance commuters.
Drivers who are fatigued.
All of the above.
9. Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit in a residential district is:
35 MPH
20 MPH
30 MPH
25 MPH
10. The octagonal shape is used:
for stop signs and railroad advance warning signs.
to warn drivers of existing or possible hazards on roadways.
for yeild signs.
exclusively for stop signs.
 
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NE DMV Written Test Facts

Number of questions: 25
Correct answers to pass: 20
Passing score: 80%
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