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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 DMV 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 DMV written test.
1. What should you do if your rear wheels start to skid?
Take your foot off the gas and shift to neutral.
Steer left if your rear wheels slide right.
Turn the steering wheel in the direction the vehicle is trying to go.
If the vehicle has ABS, pump the pedal carefully.
2. This white sign means you:
left turn yield on green
may turn left only on a green arrow.
must wait for the solid green light before you turn left.
may turn left on a green light when it is safe.
3. To prepare for anything coming up in the road ahead, you should:
continually scan the entire road and roadsides.
maintain focus toward the middle of the road.
drive with your left foot resting lightly on the brake pedal.
stare straight ahead at all times.
4. You are entering a crowded freeway. What should you do to locate a gap to merge into traffic?
Use your side and rearview mirrors and check your blind spots.
Use the acceleration lane to adjust your speed to the same speed as freeway traffic.
Yield to traffic already on the freeway.
All of the above.
5. If an approaching driver does not dim the headlights, you should:
switch to daytime lights.
flash your headlights to high beam for a second, then return to low beam.
flash your headlights to low beam for a second, then return to high beam.
move your eyes to the left to help avoid the glare of approaching high beams.
6. You face a green light, but traffic on the other side of the intersection does not allow you to travel all the way through the intersection. What must you do?
Wait for the next green light.
Wait until traffic ahead clears, so you do not block the intersection.
Enter the intersection and wait until traffic ahead clears.
Enter the intersection with caution.
7. When you approach a railroad crossing without flashing warning signals or crossing gates, you should:
speed up to cross before the train passes.
yield to all trains at the crossing.
cross the tracks as slowly as possible.
always stop.
8. When driving on major highways:
keep your eyes moving.
be ready to react to road hazards.
stay alert.
All of the above.
9. This sign means:
detour right
The road to the right is for one-way traffic only
Stay on the main highway if possible
Follow a detour to the right
Not enter
10. If your car breaks down on a highway, you should:
sit in your car and wait for help.
use your four-way flashers to warn other drivers.
flash your headlights at oncoming traffic.
sound your horn at passing motorists.
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UT 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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