FREE New York Road Rules Test 2 - DMV NY Permit Test

This online DMV NY Permit Test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the New York written test that is required before you can get your driver’s license.

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taking another drug while drinking alcoholic What is a likely effect of taking another drug while drinking alcoholic beverages?

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flashing red lightA flashing red light means:

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railroad crossing ahead If there is a railroad crossing ahead and a red flashing signal warns you of an  approaching train, you must:

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Seat belt reduces the chance of being thrown from your vehicle What is true about seat belts?

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proper way to change lanesWhich of these is the proper way to change lanes?

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car skidMost automobile skids are result of:

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entering a freewayWhen entering a freeway remember:

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Safe speed to driveSafe speed to drive:

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 Accessible Parking PermitThe Accessible Parking Permit:

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Two sets of solid double yellow lines Two sets of solid double yellow lines spaced two or more feet apart indicates:

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Turning on your headlightsIn bad weather, you should make you car easier to see by:

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far left lane on highwayWhat is true about the far left lane on a multi lane highway?

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intersection is blocked with trafficWhen you approach an intersection on a main road, and the intersection is blocked with traffic. You should:

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slippery roadsWhen should you drive slower?

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vehicle stopped on the right shoulder of the road When you see a vehicle stopped on the right shoulder of the road ahead with its hazard lights on:

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changing lanesWhen changing lanes you should:

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driving with hands-free devicesThe safest precaution that you can take regarding the use of cell phones while driving is:

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pedestrian is crossingIf a pedestrian is crossing the street at an intersection without crosswalks, you must:

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space cushionWhat is meant by the term "space cushion"?

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a bicyclist ahead of youWhen coming to an intersection where you want to turn right but there is a bicyclist ahead of you, what should you do?

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making a left turn on green lightWhen making a left turn on a circular green light, you must wait until...

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 vehicle breaks down on a highwayIf your vehicle breaks down on a highway:

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making a left turnOn a roadway where traffic is moving in both directions, in what position must you be before making a left turn?

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Where should you start to make a u-turnWhere should you start to make a u-turn from, if on a multi lane road?

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approaching a bicyclistA motorist approaching a bicyclist should:

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A right turn startsA right turn starts in the right-hand lane and end in:

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pass a school busWhen are you allowed to pass a school bus?

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approach a roundaboutWhen you approach a roundabout, you should:

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driver license under suspensionA person whose driver license is under suspension, may:

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flashing yellow lightWhen a traffic signal is showing a flashing yellow light, you must:

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If you have completed a defensive driving course, you may be able to save on your auto insurance premiums when buying a new or used car either by financing, leasing or through bank car loan.

Regulatory traffic signs instruct drivers what they should, or should not do, in certain circumstances. You will be asked to identify roadway signs on the NY Permit Test.

Everything You Need to Know About the DMV NY Permit Test

Whether you’re turning 16 or 21 getting your first driver’s license, the state of New York requires that you first obtain a learner’s permit and practice with a licensed driver. To receive the learner’s permit, you need to provide some basic paperwork — birth certificate, proof of residency, etc — fill out an application, take a vision test and pass a written test.

What Information Is on the Written Test?

The written test for the permit contains information found in the New York DMV Driver’s Manual. It covers topics such as basic driving rules, state laws and road signs. The state wants to know that you can tell the difference between a stop and yield sign and what speed you need to drive in a neighborhood.

What Is the Test Format?

The test format is multiple-choice questions. While the correct answer appears in the choices, there may be similar choices to ensure that you know the correct response and aren’t just guessing.

How Many Questions and How Many Do You Need to Answer Correctly?

There are 20 questions on the test, and four of the questions are specifically about road signs. The test shows you a picture of the road sign, and you choose the correct meaning of the sign. Remember, when you’re driving, you don’t have time to read each sign.

You must answer a total of 14 questions correctly to pass. Of those 14 questions, at least two of them must be road sign questions.

Non-Native English Speaker?

If English isn’t your first language, and you don’t feel comfortable taking the test in English, the New York DMV has you covered. The DMV offers the permit test in 14 languages, including:

  • English
  • Albanian
  • Arabic
  • Bosnian
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Polish
  • Russian
  • Spanish

How Do You Ace the Test?

Of course, what you really want to know is how to pass the test and hit the road. Driver Knowledge offers multiple practice tests to help you do just that. After getting a copy of the driver’s manual, study it. Our practice tests can help you identify areas where you need more study time and help you build the confidence to pass the test the first time.

Safe driving!

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