FREE FLORIDA ROAD RULES TEST 4 - FLORIDA DMV DRIVING TEST

This online Florida DMV driving test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the DMV Florida practice test that is required before you can get your driver’s license.
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Rules 4

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You are driving down a two lane road where there is a bicyclist to your right and oncoming traffic approaching on the left. What is the best strategy to pass the bicyclist safely?

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In a construction area what is a 'flagger'...?

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What should you do if you are driving and see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights behind you?

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A traffic light which has a green arrow and a red light means that:

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When turning left onto a one way road with two lanes you must:

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Crosswalks are always:

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If you're driving on a freeway and a vehicle is attempting to merge into your lane, you should:

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A solid line at the left of your lane means:

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Who must stop when a school bus, with flashing red lights, is stopped on a four lane road with no median separation?

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When approaching a stop sign where there is no stop line or marked crosswalk at the intersection:

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When the light is red, you may make a right turn after:

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If two vehicles arrive at an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time, the right-of-way should be given to:

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Why is it necessary to shoulder-check when changing lanes?

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Speed limit signs indicate the maximum speed during ideal conditions

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If your car has air bags, you should use your seatbelt:

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If you are on the other side of a divided highway coming toward a school bus with flashing red lights you should:

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A U-turn is not permitted:

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When should you use your car's signals?

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When waiting to turn left, which way should you have your tires pointed?

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If someone is tailgating you, you should:

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Passing using the unpaved shoulder is:

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If another vehicle is trying to pass you on the left, you should:

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Which of the following has the right-of-way over all others at an intersection when the light is green?

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If you see orange construction signs and cones on an expressway, you must:

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What might you see on a highway that tells you that the lane you are in may force you to turn?

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If a vehicle in front of you is stopped at a crosswalk on a multi-lane road, you should:

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You are required to stop your vehicle:

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A school bus is stopped on a 2 way undivided road with flashing red lights, you must:

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If you are in an intersection waiting to turn left and the light turns yellow, you should:

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The center left turn lane may be used for:

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It is recommended that you take a practice test before you take the actual written test. There are seven free practice tests for each state. First two tests cover roads signs and the other tests cover road and traffic rules.



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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 Florida Permit Test.

What To Expect From Florida DMV Driving Test

The last step towards getting your license in the state of Florida will be the DMV Road Test, aka the Behind-The-Wheel test. By now, you should have passed your written test and driven at least 50 hours on your learners permit with a licensed driver 21 years or older. The road test is designed for you to demonstrate all that you’ve learned and prove that you’re fully capable of operating an automobile. The good news is that everything on the road test will be things you’ll find familiar from the written test. The difference is that you’ll be expected to put your knowledge into real-life practice on the road.

Along with a completed form stating you’ve driven at least 50 hours, signed by yourself and any licensed adult who rode with you, you’ll also need to provide your own automobile for the test. The automobile must be in good working order with all mirrors, lights, and other essential mechanisms fully functional. The instructor will be beside you in the vehicle, watching and directing you throughout the test. As you drive, they’ll be directing you towards a series of circumstance for you to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the road. This includes things like stopping at crosswalks, switching lanes, and obeying signs and traffics signals. They’ll also be watching to make sure you’re driving safely and properly, so you’ll also be graded on your posture, how well you stay in your lane, following at a safe distance, and other kinds of safe driving conduct. Be sure to review the Florida Driver’s Handbook for a complete list of all the maneuvers and situations you’ll need to be prepared for in order to pass.

Like the written test, it’s helpful to review the material beforehand in order to prepare yourself for the actual test. At Driver Knowledge, we provide free practice tests and other materials to help you every step of the way towards getting your license. Visit us here to learn more and take advantage of these resources to give yourself the best chance of passing on the first try.