Colorado
Driving Practice Test

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The natural beauty of Colorado will take some time to explore, but it's a lot easier with a driver's license. This site offers Colorado driving test practice exams to help you earn your license on the first try. We'll help you practice and build your knowledge of Colorado's driving rules ahead of your Colorado written driving test. In order to qualify for a driver’s test in Colorado, you must pass both a knowledge test and a skills test. In our Colorado driver's license practice tests, you will be presented with questions that are very similar to the official Colorado written driving test. For this practice test, there is no time limit and you may not go back once you answer a question. Click the "Start Test" button below to begin. 

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In what situation may you drive alone with a instruction permit.

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Why are warning signs placed along the roadways?

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The areas around a truck or other heavy vehicle in where the vehicles disappear into blind spots are called:

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What is the meaning of this sign?

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Of the following statements about parking which is NOT true?

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What is the meaning of this sign?

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You are on an interstate expressway and you miss your exit, what should you do?

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How many points does it take under the Colorado point system to trigger a suspension for a minor driver under 18 years of age?

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Which lane should fast-moving vehicles use on a highway with three or more lanes?

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What is the meaning of this sign?

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What should you do if a vehicle is coming towards you head-on, in your lane?

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If while driving it feels like your tires have lost traction with the surface of the road (hydroplaning), what should you do?

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You are parking on a hill facing uphill and there is a curb, which direction should you turn your wheels?

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How can you check your blind spot when changing lanes?

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What is the center lane between lanes of traffic going in opposite directions created for?

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A vehicle's stopping distance is equal to:

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When is it alright to drive on a yellow light?

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Partial hydroplaning can begin at ______ in a typical passenger car.

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When approaching a light rail intersection, you should:

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You have missed your exit on the freeway, what should you do?

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A driver smoking or preparing to smoke:

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You are driving on a two-lane road without bicycle lanes, a bicyclist comes along side you going the same direction. What is the safest way to pass the bicyclist?

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A driver can keep aware of what is happening around their vehicle by:

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You should be looking _______ in front of your vehicle to avoid last minute braking.

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If your vehicle has no airbags where is the most effective position to place your hands on the wheel?

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Drivers License

How To Get A Colorado Drivers License

In Colorado, driver’s license regulations are established by the Colorado Department of Revenue, Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles. For those drivers who are under the age of 21, candidates may obtain a Minor Permit, then obtain a Minor’s License before obtaining an Adult Driver’s license upon turning 21 years of age. Drivers who are 15 years to 16 years old may apply for a Minor’s Permit once they have a certificate of a completion of a 30 hour driver education course. For those that are 15 years, 6 months to 16 years old, drivers must complete a 30 hour driver education course or a 4 hour driver awareness class. Minor permits that are issued are good for up to 3 years.For those residents who are under 18 years old, Colorado offers minor licenses. To obtain a minor license, you must provide the proper identification documents and must have held a valid permit for 12 months. Additionally, you must have documented drive time log sheets with 50 hours of drive time, including 10 hours at night. Finally, you will need to complete behind the wheel training with a driver educator instructor. Drivers under the age of 18 are prohbited from driving between midnight and 5 a.m. during the first year of their license, unless you are accompanied by a parent, driving to a school or work activity or have a medical emergency. Additionally in the first 6 months of the license, only those 21 and over may be a passenger. In the second six months of retaining a license, only one passenger 21 and up may ride with you. For those drivers that are 18 year old to 21 years old, they must provide the proper identification documents prior to taking the driver skills test.To obtain an Adult License, drivers that are older than 21 must have the proper identification documents, and then pass a DRIVE TEST. Driver licenses have a $28.00 fee, while instruction permits at $16.80.

Pass The Test

How To Pass the Colorado Driver's License Test

When test day arrives it's critical that you have taken the time to prepare and that you've constructed a gameplan to succeed. These tips can help you on your way:

  • Use your learner's permit to your advantage. You have to hit your minimum driving time, so use your hours to practice as you expect to be tested. If you live in an area of Colorado that has mountains, be sure to practice driving those types of roads and try to prepare for any conditions as you ride with a parent or legal guardian.

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  • Spend time taking practice Colorado driving tests like the one on this site. Getting used to the types of questions and formats will make it easier when the big day arrives.
  • For your driving skills test, be sure your car is ready the night before the test. Inspect your brakes, turn signals, reverse lights and other basics are working correctly.

Additional Information

Information on the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles

The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles is responsible for testing student drivers and licensing all drivers. To schedule your licensing examination or get more information contact them via:

Website:  https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dmv/node/44446/
Phone:  303.205.5600

To find the Colorado DMV location nearest you, please visit: https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/colorado/

Additional Colorado Drivers License Helpful Links

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