This online DMV Illinois drivers license test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the DMV written knowledge test that is required before you can get your driver’s license.

Illinois Rules

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It is illegal to drive if your Blood-Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is ______ or more

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If you are convicted of illegally passing a stopped school bus

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A child under age __ must be secured in an appropriate child restraint system.

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A driver has ___________ to report a crash after it occurs.

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How far must you park from a fire hydrant?

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A crash report must be filed by the driver of a vehicle if the crash involves death, bodily injury or property damage of more than:

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If you are under age 21 and convicted of DUI, you face the revocation of your driving privileges for a minimum of ________ for a first conviction.

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Headlights must be lighted from sunset to sunrise.

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You must notify the Secretary of State's office of an address change within ___ days by visiting a Driver Services facility.

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The law requires that the wheels of the parked vehicle are within what maximum distance from the curb?

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According to the law, what BAC (blood alcohol content) is evidence of intoxication?

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You must dim your lights to low beams within --- feet of a vehicle coming toward you.

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The speed limit in City/Town Areas unless otherwise posted is:

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You should lower your headlights when you are following within ______ behind another vehicle.

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If you are age 16 or 17, you may receive your driver's license if:

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Individuals convicted of mandatory insurance violations will lose their driving privileges:

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Illinois law state that you have agreed in advance, to be tested for alcohol in your blood if police officer suspects you may be under the influence.

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Illinois law prohibits drivers from text messaging while driving.

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If you are arrested for driving with a BAC of .08 percent or more and/or any impairing drug in your system, your driving privileges will be suspended for:

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Wireless/cell phone use while driving is prohibited for drivers under age:

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If you refuse to give a breath or blood sample:

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Do not park a vehicle within -- feet of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing.

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All vehicles operated in Illinois must be covered by liability insurance.

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Receiving a driver license in Illinois is:

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What action should you take if you fail to receive the renewal notice card reminding you that your driver license is about to expire?

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Parking or standing is not allowed within -- feet of a crosswalk at an intersection.

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Illinois law requires __________________ to wear safety belts.

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If your license expires:

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The first DUI conviction will result in the loss of your license for a minimum of:

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Parking or standing is not allowed within 30 feet of a:

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Illinois Drivers License Test

Test your knowledge on the meanings of traffic rules. To get your Illinois drivers license you are required to take a written test that covers road signs and road rules. This online Illinois drivers license test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the DMV written knowledge test that is required before you can get your driver’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your state driver’s license at your local licensing office. Please note, however, that this is not the actual test, and you will not receive your license if you pass this practice test.

Ride and Learn – By this point, you’ve probably ridden as a passenger with family and friends many times. But when you’re studying for a permit, riding along becomes an excellent learning opportunity. By closely observing experienced drivers, you’ll learn a lot about driving basics that’ll help you pass the permit test. So the next time you’re a passenger, watch how the driver goes through intersections, comes to a stop, merges into traffic, and parks, as well as how they respond to various street signs and road conditions. When you’re riding with a driver you know, it’s also a good time to ask questions about different driving situations as you see them. You can learn a lot on the road, even if you aren’t behind the wheel.

A person who repeatedly fails the exam may lose hope and confidence. Failure can also delay or disrupt important life goals and activities. Few employers want to hire someone without a reliable source of transportation. The ability to drive is often a necessity in everyday life. By approaching the permit and license exam the right way, anyone can succeed.