PERMIT PRACTICE TEST WISCONSIN

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Anyone who operates a motor vehicle or motor-driven cycle on public roadways in Wisconsin is required to have a valid driver license. If you have not previously held a driver license, you must first get a learner’s permit at a DMV Service Center. To get an instruction permit, you must be at least 15 years, six months of age, and pass the knowledge and highway signs tests and vision screening. The Wisconsin written test covers the contents of the WI DMV Driver’s Manual, and includes questions on road rules, road signs and safe driving practices. The written test consists of 50 questions, and you need at least 40 correct answers to pass (80%). Practice with this sample test to get ready for the official Wisconsin DMV driver's license test.
1. It is best to keep a space cushion:
only in back of your vehicle.
only on the left and right side of your vehicle.
on all sides of the vehicle.
only in front of the vehicle.
2. This sign means?
The divided highway on which drivers are traveling ends ahead.
A road crosses the main highway ahead.
Drivers are coming to a point where another traffic lane joins the one they are on.
None of the above.
3. To enter a freeway:
make a complete stop before entering the freeway.
signal and enter the freeway. Freeway traffic must yield.
drive slowly so you can check traffic.
signal, yield, and enter at the same speed that traffic is moving.
4. Emergency vehicles:
may follow each other.
have the right of way when using siren, horn, and red/blue lights.
may use a loudspeaker to give instructions.
All of the above.
5. This road sign means:
Steep downgrade
Slippery when wet
Winding road ahead
Road curves ahead
6. This road sign means:
Left turn signal
No parking
Yield
Divided highway
7. Which signs have black letters on a white background?
Warning signs (diamond)
Guide signs (horizontal rectangle)
Warning signs (diamond)
Regulatory signs (vertical rectangle)
8. When you see this yellow sign, you should:
always stop at the crosswalk.
stop at the crosswalk until a crossing guards signals you to go.
be prepared to stop if children are in the crosswalk.
slow down, drive with caution and watch for blind people.
9. These are:
route signs.
regulatory signs.
miles-left signs.
speed limit signs.
10. Where are yield signs usually placed?
Near school zones.
Where auxiliary roads lead into major roads.
Where major roads lead into auxiliary roads.
At intersections, if there is no marked stop line.
 
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WI DMV Written Test Facts

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