PERMIT PRACTICE TEST VIRGINIA

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You need a Virginia driver’s license or learner’s permit if you want to drive on Virginia streets and highways. Tests will include a vision screening and may include a two-part knowledge exam and a road skills test. The two-part written exam tests your knowledge of road signs, traffic laws, and safe driving practices. The VA DMV test questions are taken from information in the Virginia Driver’s Manual. You must correctly answer all 10 traffic sign questions in part one of the exam before you can take part two. Part two tests your general knowledge with multiple choice questions. You must answer at least 80% of these questions correctly to pass part two.
1. This road sign means:
Pedestrian crossing
Jogging trail
School crossing
Flagger ahead
2. This sign indicates that the road ahead:
curves right.
curves right, then left.
turns sharply right, then left.
is blocked.
3. This sign warns drivers that:
there is a double curve ahead.
they must turn either to the right or left.
there's an intersection ahead.
there is a winding road ahead.
4. This sign warns drivers that:
there is a double curve ahead.
there is a winding road ahead.
there is a low place in the road.
the highway ahead is divided into two one-way roadways. Drivers should keep to the right.
5. This road sign warns drivers that:
another road enters the highway from the direction shown.
left turns are not allowed at the intersection.
the road will make a sharp turn to the right.
another traffic lane joins the one they are on.
6. This road sign means:
Do not pass
Do not enter- wrong way
Divided highway ahead - stay to the right
No turn on red
7. This road sign means:
Keep to the right
Two-way traffic ahead
Lane ends
One-way traffic ahead
8. A pedestrian in the crosswalk when the “DON’T WALK” signal begins flashing must:
go back and wait the “WALK” light
finish crossing the street.
yield to other pedestrians.
stop immediately.
9. This road sign means:
Winding road
Intersection ahead
Truck exit only
Hill ahead
10. The octagonal shape is used:
to warn drivers of existing or possible hazards on roadways.
for stop signs and railroad advance warning signs.
exclusively for stop signs.
for yeild signs.
 
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VA DMV Written Test Facts

Number of questions: 40
Signs questions: 10
Correct answers to pass: 34
Passing score: 80%
Number of questions: 40
Signs questions: 10
Correct answers to pass: 34
Passing score: 80%
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