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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 Nebraska 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 Driver's Manual. The DMV written knowledge test consists of 25 questions, and you'll 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 DMV driver's license test.
1. Are bicyclists required to obey traffic laws and signs?
No, bicyclists are considered pedestrians when it comes to the rules of the road.
Yes, but only if they are riding in a bicycle lane.
Yes, but only if they are licensed bicyclists.
2. What should you do in case of a steering failure?
Call an ambulance.
Don't panic. Turn on your emergency lights to let other drivers know you are having car problems. Move toward the side of the road and bring the car to a gradual stop.
Leave the road immediately.
Pump your gas pedal a few times to increase the pressure.
3. Motorists are not required to yield to pedestrians when approaching or exiting a roundabout.
4. This sign tells drivers that:
stay right sign
a divided highway ends ahead.
there is a right turn ahead.
they must stay on the right side of the divider.
there is a reduction of lanes ahead.
5. What should drivers do in case of a brake failure?
Brake lightly.
Tie a white cloth on the left door handle.
Shift to a lower gear.
Use your ABS System.
6. When planning to leave the interstate, you should:
slow down to 35 MPH or less.
signal and move into the proper lane a mile or more before the exit.
signal 50 feet prior to the exit ramp.
7. Green and white signs:
warn drivers of unexpected road conditions.
direct drivers to services.
give information about directions and distances.
are mainly used at intersections and driveways.
8. Which of the following factors affect the absorption of alcohol?
Your race.
Your height.
Your weight.
9. What does a yellow arrow signal mean?
yellow arrow
Vehicles moving in all directions must stop if they can. The light will soon be red.
The same as the yellow light, but applies only to movement in the direction of the arrow.
The same as a green light.
None of the above.
10. As you enter a roundabout you should slow down and:
yield to any vehicle coming from your left in the roundabout.
yield to pedestrians and bicyclist crossing before entering the roundabout.
All of the above.
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NE DMV Knowledge Test Facts

Number of questions: 25
Correct answers to pass:20
Passing score:80%
Minimum age to apply: 14
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