This online DPS Texas driving 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.
Turning on your headlightsIn bad weather, you should make you car easier to see by:

Question 1 of 30

Safe speed to driveSafe speed to drive:

Question 2 of 30

approaching a bicyclistA motorist approaching a bicyclist should:

Question 3 of 30

flashing red lightA flashing red light means:

Question 4 of 30

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

Question 5 of 30

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

Question 6 of 30

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

Question 7 of 30

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?

Question 8 of 30

 Accessible Parking PermitThe Accessible Parking Permit:

Question 9 of 30

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

Question 10 of 30

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

Question 11 of 30

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

Question 12 of 30

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:

Question 13 of 30

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

Question 14 of 30

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

Question 15 of 30

slippery roadsWhen should you drive slower?

Question 16 of 30

approach a roundaboutWhen you approach a roundabout, you should:

Question 17 of 30

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

Question 18 of 30

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

Question 19 of 30

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

Question 20 of 30

entering a freewayWhen entering a freeway remember:

Question 21 of 30

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

Question 22 of 30

car skidMost automobile skids are result of:

Question 23 of 30

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

Question 24 of 30

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

Question 25 of 30

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

Question 26 of 30

changing lanesWhen changing lanes you should:

Question 27 of 30

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

Question 28 of 30

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

Question 29 of 30

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

Question 30 of 30



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.

Traffic rules instruct drivers what they should, or should not do, in certain circumstances. On the Texas Drivers License Test, you need to prove to the state of Texas that you are a safe and knowledgeable driver.

How to Practice for Your Practice Permit Test Texas

Before you get your driver’s license, you may think driving is easy peasy. All you do is get behind the wheel and push on the gas, right?

Not really. Actually, there is so much more to driving than just knowing where the gas pedal is. Before you even put your first key into an ignition, you will have to pass a written test. That means you’ll have to know your state’s driving laws and what all the different road signs mean. It doesn’t hurt to know a little about your car’s engine either (at least how to check the oil of the car and how to pump your own gas! But don’t worry; you won’t be tested on the mechanics of a car engine when you go to the DMV for your Texas driving test.)

We aren’t experts at engines, but we are experts at practice permit test Texas. If you’re a Texas resident preparing to drive, then you are in the right place. We have put together eight different practice tests, in English and in Spanish, so that when you get to the DMV and sit down to take your written test, you will be fully prepared to pass with flying colors.

Don’t be fooled into thinking you know how to drive just because you’ve been watching your parents or your peers. Lots of people break the driving laws all the time. You should study on your own by reading the Texas state driving handbook. Once you’ve read this, contact us to test your knowledge. Take our practice permit test Texas as many times as you need to because practice really does make perfect.

Remember, while driving will become like second nature to you, right now it is something you need to practice, and you don’t have to practice alone. We are here to help you! We want you to pass and that is why we offer these Texas practice permit tests completely free of charge.


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