DRIVERS PERMIT TEST TEXAS

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A learner’s permit, also known as learner license, allows student drivers to legally practice while accompanied by a licensed driver. Applicants who are under the age of 25 are required to complete an approved driver education course. To get a license, you must pass a written and driving test in addition to a vision screening. The knowledge test covers the information found in the TX DMV Driver’s Manual, and includes questions on road rules, traffic laws, road signs, and safe driving practices. The Texas DMV written test consists of 30 questions, and you must correctly answer at least 21 questions (70%) to pass. Practice with this sample test and study the manual to get ready for the official Texas driver's license test.
1. If you see a “lane closed ahead” sign you should:
merge into the correct lane when it is safe.
speed to the end of the closed lane and try to get into the other lane.
make a U-turn. You are on the wrong side of the road.
None of the above.
2. When you see other drivers around you acting in anger, you should:
slow down or move over safely.
not make eye contact.
distance yourself from the situation.
All of the above.
3. Bicyclists must:
ride in a bicycle lane, if available.
remain near the left edge of the road.
travel with more than two side-by-side in a single lane, if possible.
remain to the right when they prepare for a left turn.
4. BAC is expressed in:
ounces of alcohol in your blood.
percentage of blood to alcohol.
AAI (Acute Alcohol Intoxication) level.
percentage of alcohol to blood.
5. When drivers come to this sign, they must:
be ready to stop at the stop sign.
stop doing what they are doing.
warn other drivers that a stop sign is ahead.
brake sharply and come to a complete stop.
6. When they see this sign, drivers:
need to be prepared to turn right and then left quickly.
should not speed up or brake quickly.
should be prepared to make sharp turns at a high speed.
need to brake suddenly.
7. At a stop sign there is no stop line or crosswalk. You must stop:
at the next crosswalk.
only if the traffic signal turns red.
after you enter the intersection, if you have a clear view of traffic on the intersecting roadway.
before you enter the intersection.
8. You want to turn left at an intersection ahead. A car reaches the intersection from the opposite direction and moves straight ahead. You:
must make a U-turn and then turn right.
must wait for the car to go through before you turn.
may not enter the intersection to prepare for your left turn if the light is green.
can turn left. You have the right of way.
9. What should you do if your headlights suddenly go out?
Ease your foot off the gas pedal and brake gently.
Ease your foot off the gas pedal and brake gently.
Use your emergency lights, parking lights or directional signals.
Brake immediately and activate your emergency lights.
10. When the driver behind you wants to pass, you should:
slow down to allow room in front of your vehicle and for the other driver to complete the pass safely.
change lanes.
go the same speed.
speed up.
 
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TX DMV Written Test Facts

Number of questions: 30
Correct answers to pass: 21
Passing score: 70%
Number of questions: 30
Correct answers to pass: 21
Passing score: 70%
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