California DMV Knowledge Test – 8

California DMV Practice Test - 8

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1. What should you do to maintain control when driving in rain, snow, or mud?

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2. A broken yellow center line next to your lane means:

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3. If you hear an emergency vehicle approaching, you must yield the right-of-way by:

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4. What should you do if you see a road sign with a picture of an animal?

Deer - Wild Animals

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5. To avoid last-minute moves and hazards, you should look:

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6. At a solid yellow traffic signal, you must:

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7. You need proof of liability insurance:

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8. Which situation may require steering with one hand?

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9. What is the maximum fine for assaulting a highway worker in a work zone?

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10. Which lane is referred to as the Number 1 Lane in the handbook?

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11. At what speed may you pass a streetcar stopped at a safety zone?

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12. In which lane should you exit a roundabout?

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13. How should you adjust the lap belt of a seat belt to ensure safety?

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14. When passing another vehicle, you may exceed the speed limit:

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15. This sign means:

US Road sign

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16. What should you do when sharing the road with motorcyclists

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17. A parking space with this sign means it is reserved for:

Wheelchair symbol

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18. If you encounter fog when driving, you should:

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19. Which vehicle must stop at all railroad crossings?

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20. A child must ride in an appropriate child safety seat or booster seat:

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21. Double white lines separating a carpool lane mean:

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22. A this T-intersection, the green car in the center lane (A):

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23. Why should you merge right when a tailgater is behind you?

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24. When should you signal while driving?

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25. If an officer asks your permission to do something during a stop, you have a right to:

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26. Under what conditions can you pass on the right?

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27. In what situation is it acceptable to park in front of a driveway?

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28. A large truck's blind spots are also called:

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29. Yellow flashing lights on top of a school bus alert you to:

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30. If you injure an animal on the road, you should:

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California DMV Knowledge Test – 8

You should prepare well for your California DMV knowledge exam. The first-time failure rate in California is above 40%, meaning almost one applicant out of 2 failed the CA knowledge test the first time.

Get the California Driver Handbook online or from your DMV office. Make sure you read it.

Use practice tests to verify your progress.

Each of our practice tests has 30 questions. It is less than the actual exam unless you must pass a re-examination. The new online MVProctor knowledge test has 40 questions for an original permit or driver’s license. The renewal test has 25 questions.

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The Best Study Tips: Don’t Cram for the exam

Remember, you build up knowledge over time. It is the same thing with confidence.

Don’t try to digest the driver handbook in just a few days or think practice tests are the magic answer to passing the knowledge exam.

To pass the knowledge test and become the best driver you can be, you need real insight and knowledge of California traffic laws.

The right attitude and mindset may be the best way to get there eventually. The difficulty of the California DMV exam is relative to the amount of time and effort you invest in studying. The more you know and understand safe driving and traffic laws, the easier the test will seem.

There are no trick questions on the test. Just be sure to read everything carefully.

Get more study tips from Joni Stark, an experienced driving instructor: What is the Best Way to Study for the DMV Exam?

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3 thoughts on “California DMV Knowledge Test – 8”

  1. These tests help us to study hard so we can pass and learn. What can be done to make the drivers still follow these Q&A after they leave the DMV?


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