California Permit & License Test – 7

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California DMV Practice Test - 7

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1. What are some of the most common causes of collisions?

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2. Lines that separate travel lanes on a one-way street are:

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3. What is the purpose of the orange and red triangle on some vehicles?

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4. If a traffic signal light is not working, you should treat it as:

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5. It is illegal to block an intersection:

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6. What should you do if a school bus with flashing red lights has stopped in your lane?

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7. What are some common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning?

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8. Why should you create more space in front of your vehicle when following motorcyclists on metal surfaces or gravel?

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9. Vehicles in a traffic circle or roundabout always travel:

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10. Broken white lines between traffic lanes mean:

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11. How can you maximize fuel efficiency and lower emissions while driving?

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12. What is the marked lane (A)?

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13. Left turns against a solid red light are allowed:

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14. When you enter a highway, you will need to:

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15. What should you do when encountering flashing red warning lights at a railroad crossing?

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16. To maintain control of your vehicle in high winds, you should:

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17. Which is a primary factor affecting your BAC?

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18. The driver in front signals:

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19. Where should you never park or leave your car?

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20. How can you prevent skidding on slippery surfaces?

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21. Why is maintaining a safe following distance important?

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22. If you cannot see more than 100 feet in front of your vehicle in heavy rain, you should:

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23. When is it acceptable to wear a headset while driving?

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24. While backing a vehicle, it is essential to:

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25. You can drive in a bicycle lane:

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26. When you sell a vehicle, you must notify the DMV within:

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27. It is dangerous to leave a small child in a motor vehicle on a hot day:

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28. You must obey signals and directions from school crossing guards:

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29. This sign means:

US Road sign

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30. What should you do before returning to your original lane after passing?

Your score is

The average score is 93%

How Many Questions on this Practice Test?

This CA DMV practice test has 30 questions, which is a little less than the real DMV test unless you are already licensed and must retake the knowledge test.

The new online MVProctor knowledge test has 40 questions for an original permit or driver’s license. The renewal test has 25 questions.

Driver's License Application

Driver’s License Examination in California

To get your California Driver’s License or Learner’s Permit, you need to pass the following:

  • A vision test (if you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, bring them with you).
  • A written license test.
  • A road test or “behind-the-wheel driving test”. You must make an appointment to take the road test. It is waived if you hold a License from out-of-state or a U.S. territory.

Remember, after paying the application fee, you can take the knowledge test 3 times. Should you fail your third attempt, you must start all over by handing in a new application and paying the fee again. So, take as many practice tests as possible before heading to your local DMV office.

Use both the Handbook and the Practice Tests

Feel free to take the practice test several times here or at Driver’s Prep. Users who pass several practice tests with at least a 92% score rarely fail the driver’s license test.

Don’t Just Memorize

Don’t just memorize the questions in the practice tests. Use test questions and answers to see what topics need your attention. In other words, fully understanding the questions helps you pass.

Recommended Reading

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