DRIVERS PERMIT TEST UTAH

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Every resident of Utah who drives a motor vehicle on any public roadway must have a valid Utah driver license or learner permit. To get a driver’s license, you must pass a vision, written and driving test. The Utah written test covers the information found in the UT DMV Driver’s Manual, and will include questions on road signs, road rules, safe driving practices, traffic laws, license sanctions, as well as questions specific to the class of license you are applying for. The Utah written knowledge test consists of 25 questions, and you need at least 20 correct answers to pass (80% or higher). Practice with this sample DMV test and study the driver’s manual to get ready for the official Utah written test.
1. This road sign means:
One Way
Railroad Warning
Narrow Bridge
No Passing Zone
2. This sign means:
Warning: U-turn ahead.
Right turns not allowed.
Sharp right turn ahead.
Hairpin corner ahead.
3. The most common color of warning signs is:
green.
blue.
yellow.
red.
4. This road sign means:
No Turning
No right turn
No U-Turn
No left turn
5. Road signs that direct drivers to services are:
black and white.
brown and white.
blue and white.
green and white.
6. If you get on a wrong expressway exit, you must:
get off at the next exit and look for signs that tell you how to return to the expressway.
drive in reverse to return to the expressway.
use the the exit ramp to accelerate to expressway speed and blend with traffic.
make a U-turn and return to the expressway.
7. Distractions that take a drivers attention away from driving:
can be caused by using a CD, iPods PDA or GPS while driving.
can be caused by eating or drinking while driving.
can be caused by pets moving around inside the vehicle.
All of the above.
8. This sign means:
Railroad crossing ahead
There is a traffic signal ahead
Fire station
No passing zone
9. This road sign means:
Detour ahead
No stopping
No left turn
No U-turn
10. Your red traffic signal changes to green while a pedestrian is crossing in your traffic lane. The right of way should be given:
to the pedestrian.
by the pedestrian.
to you.
by the pedestrian, but only when vehicles are turning left.
 
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UT DMV Written Test Facts

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