KS DMV PERMIT TEST

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Anyone who operates a motor vehicle on public streets and roads in Kansas is required to have a driver’s license or driving permit. All applicants are required to pass a vision test. The KS DMV knowledge test consists of written questions on Kansas traffic laws, road signs, road rules and safe driving practices. The test is based on the information contained in the Kansas Driver’s Manual, and consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. You need 20 correct answers (80%) to pass. Practice with this sample test to familiarize yourself with the format of the Kansas driver's license test.
1. When entering an interstate highway, drivers should:
check for cars, increase speed to match the flow of traffic and merge when the way is clear.
stop on the entrance ramp and wait for an opening in traffic.
check for cars, reduce speed to 35 MPH before entering traffic lane.
2. The road is the most dangerous:
after it rains.
when it begins to rain.
All of the above.
3. In case of skidding, drivers should NOT:
tap the gas pedal with their foot.
pump the brakes gently if they are about to hit something.
take their foot off the gas pedal.
4. If traffic on the other side of an intersection is backed up and you cannot get completely through, you must:
enter the intersection and block it.
wait until traffic ahead clears.
proceed with caution, and avoid blocking the intersection.
5. This road sign means:
No right turn
No U-turns
No exit
6. The best way(s) to avoid hydroplaning is:
keep your tires properly maintained.
slow down when roads are wet or slushy.
All of the above.
7. When preparing to exit an expressway, drivers should start reducing their speed:
about halfway through the deceleration lane.
as they approach the deceleration lane.
immediately upon entering the deceleration lane.
8. What should drivers do when they see this sign?
Look to the left and right for other traffic.
Make sure the bridge is clear of oncoming traffic before they cross.
Allow others to merge smoothly.
9. After parking, may you open a door on the road side of your vehicle?
No, never.
Yes, but only if it does not interfere with bicyclists and other traffic.
Yes, always.
10. Arrows on the roadway:
show which lanes you must use.
indicate reserved lanes.
give driving directions.
 
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KS DMV Practice 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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