This Nebraska DMV practice test, with multiple-choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Nebraska written knowledge test that is required before you can get your driver’s license. Passing the Nebraska DMV permit test is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive driving practice tests with high-quality images. The study for this driver’s license practice test is completely free.
Any Nebraska resident who operates a motor vehicle on the streets and highways of Nebraska must have a license. Any new resident with a valid license from another state must obtain a Nebraska license within 30 days. Learner’s Permit – Type LPE is issued for the purpose of allowing a student to legally practice driving for a School Permit. The minimum age for LPE is 14 years.
Have you taken a Nebraska DMV practice test?
If you are getting ready to take the Nebraska written test for your driver’s license, have you taken a Nebraska DMV practice test? If not, why not? Or, maybe you are wondering why you should?
Here is why you should! Did you know that on the Nebraska written test, you must know:
- The difference between a red light and a flashing red light. A red light means stop and a flashing red light means stop, yield, and then proceed.
- What a pedestrian hybrid beacon is and what it means when there is a flashing yellow, a yellow, or a red light. Not knowing the difference could mean you miss those questions on the test.
- The colors of signs. For example, a pink sign means incident management and an orange sign is an alert to road workers or a construction area.
- The shapes of signs. For example, a pennant indicates a No Passing Zone and a triangle indicates Yield.
- The difference between a solid yellow line, a solid white line, a broken yellow line and a double yellow line.
- Who has the right of way at intersections. You need to know who is required to yield based on where each car is at the intersection. Not knowing could mean you miss questions on the test and later get into an accident.
- How to drive in a roundabout. The test will ask you questions to make sure you know when to turn on a turn signal in the roundabout.
Those are just a few of the things you need to know to pass the Nebraska written test. Now you can see why we recommend you take a practice test. It’s not difficult to find a practice test, just contact us and we’ll help you.