Connecticut Parking Test

An often overlooked, but critically important skill for anyone looking to be a good driver is how to park a vehicle.

There are definitely sexier things about driving than knowing how to park. For people learning to drive however, becoming good at parking can be a real challenge.

Some important things to keep in mind for inexperienced drivers when you begin learning the rules of parking. Some tips include:

  • Check your mirrors
  • Be aware of your surroundings like other cars, pedestrians, and curbs
  • Take your time
  • Use your turn signals

This driving quiz will gauge how well you understand parking parking laws and techniques in Connecticut.

Connecticut Parking Test

Test your knowledge on Connecticut’s drug and alcohol laws. Press start to begin.


Parking Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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1 / 10

How should you direct your tires if you are parking on a downhill slope?

2 / 10

When can you stop at a no stopping sign?

3 / 10

What should you do when parking your vehicle?

4 / 10

A "no parking" sign allows you to...

5 / 10

A non-disabled driver can park in a parking space reserved for a disabled person when...

6 / 10

You can never park...

7 / 10

A "no parking sign" means?

8 / 10

What two actions should you take before pulling out from a parking space parallel to the curb?

9 / 10

When parked parallel to a curb, when may you exit the driver's side of the vehicle?

10 / 10

What is the first step in parallel parking?

Your score is

The average score is 73%

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