Drivers Practice Permit Test - Signs 2

This online DMV drivers practice permit test for traffic signs, 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.

 

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Question 1

deer frequently cross

A
Scenic view ahead
B
Zoo ahead
C
Wildlife preservation center ahead
D
This sign is posted in areas where deer frequently cross and crashes with deer have occurred
Question 2

maximum vehicle hight allowed

A
There is a steep hill ahead
B
You are approaching a railroad crossing
C
Do not enter ahead
D
Do not enter if your vehicle is taller than the height listed on the sign
Question 3

one way street

A
Two way traffic ends
B
Traffic may travel in one direction only
C
Do not turn right
D
Two way traffic ahead
Question 4

Traffic merging

A
The road ahead changes direction at an extreme angle
B
Hidden drive way ahead
C
Traffic may be merging into your lane from another roadway or a ramp
D
Dead end on the right
Question 5

marked crosswalk

A
Pedestrian not permitted
B
Used at a marked crosswalk or in advance of locations where pedestrians may be crossing your path
C
School zone ahead
D
Pedestrian only
Question 6

"T" Intersection

A
Narrow passage
B
Winding road
C
"Y" Intersection
D
"T" Intersection
Question 7

Circular intersection ahead

A
Do not turn left
B
You may proceed through intersection, if clear
C
Lane on a multi-lane roadway will end ahead
D
Circular intersection ahead
Question 8

Hospital

A
Hospital
B
Hotel
C
Harbor
D
Highway
Question 9

road ahead turns sharply to the right

A
Curve right
B
The road ahead turns sharply to the right
C
Do not turn right
D
Road narrows right
Question 10

earth road or low-type surface

A
Intersection ahead
B
Bridge Ahead
C
The hard-surfaced pavement changes to an earth road or low-type surface. Slow down
D
Narrow road ahead
Question 11

"Y" Intersection

A
Bridge Ahead
B
Narrow passage
C
"Y" Intersection
D
Mountain zone ahead
Question 12

divided highway ahead

A
Road under construction
B
Narrow bridge ahead
C
The divided highway on which you are traveling ends ahead
D
Divided highway ahead
Question 13

road ahead curves

A
The road ahead curves first in one direction and then back in the other direction
B
Left turn only
C
Do not turn left
D
Single turn left
Question 14

road work ahead

A
This sign informs you there is road work ahead and also cautions you to slow down
B
Construction zone begins
C
A flagger is controlling traffic ahead
D
Lane will be closed at a specified distance ahead
Question 15

bicycles not allowed

A
Do not leave your bicycle here
B
You can park your bicycle here
C
Operators of bicycles may not use roadways where these signs are posted
D
Bicycle are not permitted unless you carry a valid pass
Question 16

potential to rollover

A
Merging is not necessary
B
Trucks may be merging into your lane from another roadway or a ramp
C
The main road curves to the left
D
This sign identifies curves where trucks traveling at excessive speeds have a potential to rollover
Question 17

Children's playground area

A
Pedestrian crossing ahead
B
Ski resort ahead
C
Children's playground area
D
Road maintenance crew ahead
Question 18

crossing the roadway in a wheelchair

A
There is a sudden high place in the road ahead
B
Slow your speed and watch for persons who may be disabled or who may be crossing the roadway in a wheelchair
C
Passing allowed
D
Slow down, the road surface ahead is in poor condition
Question 19

Intersection ahead

A
Two way traffic
B
One way traffic
C
Obstruction ahead
D
Intersection ahead. The arrow shows which direction of traffic has the right-of-way
Question 20

STOP sign ahead

A
Slow moving vehicle ahead
B
Dead end street ahead
C
A STOP sign is present at the intersection ahead
D
Yield right-of-way
Question 21

lane for two-way left turns

A
Two way traffic begins
B
Two way traffic ahead
C
Two way traffic ends
D
The lane is only for two-way left turns
Question 22

Dead end

A
Dead end
B
Railway crossing ahead
C
Construction zone
D
Do not stop
Question 23

flagger is controlling traffic

A
This sign tells you a particular lane will be closed at a specified distance ahead
B
End of an active work zone
C
A flagger is controlling traffic ahead
D
Turn on your headlights when traveling through a work zone
Question 24

Do not turn right when facing a red light

A
Do not turn right
B
Only right turn allowed
C
Do not turn right when facing a red light at the intersection. You must wait for the signal to turn green
D
Do not turn left
Question 25

wrong way

A
Dead end
B
Indicates that traffic is moving in an oncoming direction. WRONG WAY signs are placed farther down the one-way street or ramp
C
Parking is not permitted
D
Do not stop
Question 26

no parking

A
Do not pass
B
No U-Turn
C
Do not enter
D
You may not park a vehicle at locations where this sign is posted
Question 27

No pedestrians allowed

A
Pedestrian allowed
B
Cross walk ends
C
Do not enter
D
Pedestrians may not use roadways where these signs are posted
Question 28

road curves ahead

A
The road curves ahead to the right
B
Winding road ahead
C
Right turn only
D
Right turn allowed
Question 29

Bicyclists crossing

A
Bicycle parking here
B
Bicycle not allowed ahead
C
Bicyclists may be crossing your path ahead
D
Only bicycle permitted ahead
Question 30

lane ends ahead

A
Two way traffic
B
Two way traffic ends
C
The lane ends ahead. If you are driving in the right lane, you should merge into the left lane
D
Two way traffic begins
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There are 30 questions to complete.
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