Driving Practice Test


Welcome to the sample Kansas Driving Test Practice page. This site is designed for you to practice the Kansas written test so that you are ready to pass it. You will be presented with 25 questions and you must answer 20 questions correctly to pass.  There is no time limit.  You may not go back once you answer a question.  Click the "Start Quiz" button below to begin.  Good luck!

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This sign indicates:

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This sign indicates:

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A traffic light that is a red arrow pointing to the right indicates:

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These colors are used for conditions that are dangerous or unusual:

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You should pass on the _____ of a barricade that looks like this.

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You must ____ before a license can be reinstated following a suspension for an alcohol related offense.

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The category for signs that are horizontal rectangular in shape is:

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This sign indicates:

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This sign indicates:

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Select the common factors that contributes to traffic crashes.

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If a fog closes in while you are driving and your visibility is reduced to near zero you should:

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You should ____ if your engine dies as you go around a corner

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When you need to stop quickly and you have an anti-lock braking system you should:

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Select the correct answer in regards to driving in the proper lane and changing lanes

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This sign indicates:

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You should take the following action first should a vehicle suddenly cut in front of you thereby creating a hazard.

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A sign in the shape of a downward-pointing triangle indicates:

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To make a right turn from a four-lane divided highway, enter the right lane well in advance of the turn and make the turn:

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You should ____ when a pedestrian is in the middle of the street when your light as turn green.

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This sign indicates:

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You become more _____ as the percentage of alcohol (BAC) in your blood increases

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Solid yellow lines are used as ___ on one-way roads

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In 8 out of 10 fatal crashes between cars and trucks:

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After passing a written and vision examination for a C class driver's license, the youngest an individual that may drive a motorized bicycle on the roadways is ______

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You should get through the other driver's blind spot as quickly as you can ______ when passing another vehicle

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Drivers License

How To Get A Kansas Drivers License

In Kansas, driver’s licenses are administered by the Kansas Department of Revenue Division of Vehicles. Those looking to drive a motor vehicle in the state of Kansas must possess a valid driver’s license. In Kansas, teen drivers must follow a graduated driving process. Candidates that are 14 years old may gain an instruction permit with the proper documentation and parental approval. Additionally, candidates must pass a vision test, as well as a written exam. Those with an instruction permit must always have a properly licensed adult with them at all times.Drivers may have an instruction permit at ages 14, 15, and 16. Driver’s education completion is not required for an instruction permit. Those who are 17 ages and up may obtain an instruction permit by passing both a written and vision test, and the proper documentation. Driver’s education completion is also not required for an instruction permit. Additionally, those that are 17 years of age and up are not required to have parental approval. Those who are 17 ages and up may obtain an instruction permit by passing both a written and vision test, and the proper documentation. Driver’s education completion is also not required for an instruction permit. Additionally, those that are 17 years of age and up are not required to have parental approval. Those drivers who are 16 may have a farm permit with less restricted privileges. Drivers must pass a vision and written test. Parental approval, and a driver’s education course are not required. Drivers may driver anywhere from 5 AM to 9 PM. Drivers may driver at any time to a farm or farm related job, going to any authorized school activities, and going to any organized religious activities.Those drivers who have had an instruction permit for a year and are 15 years old may obtain a restricted driver’s license. Drivers must have all requirements completed that are needed for an instruction permit, including parental approval, a written test, and drivers education. Drivers don’t have to have a 50 hour affidavit, but they must have at least 25 hours of driving time. Drivers may go anywhere as they are accompanied with a supervising adult who is 21. Drivers may drive to and from to work and to or from school when school is in session. Driver’s with a restricted driver’s license may not transport any passengers who aren’t siblings. Drivers may obtain a less restricted privileges license if they are 16 years old but less than 17. They must have passed a vision test, and must have passed a written examination or have completed a driver’s education course. Parent approval is not required. Drivers must have had a instruction permit for at least one year. An affidavit for 50 hours of driving must be provided. Drivers with a less restricted privileges license may drive anywhere between the hours of 5 AM and PM. They may drive anytime to school or a school related activity, anytime going to or from work, anytime going to or from a religious activity, or anytime when accompanied by a supervised adult who is over 21.

Pass The Test

How To Pass the Kansas Driver's License Test

As you prepare for your driver’s test, some helpful things to keep in mind:

  • Practice safe driving. Be sure to drive with a supervised adult who can teach you proper safe driving habits
  • Pay attention and take good notes if you take a driver’s education class
  • Study the Kansas Driver’s Handbook

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Additional Information

Information on the Kansas Department of Revenue,
Division of Vehicles

The Kansas Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles is responsible for testing student drivers and licensing all drivers. Get more information and contact them through their website or telephone.

Website:  https://www.ksrevenue.org/dovindex.html
Phone:  785.296.3671

To find the office hours and / or location nearest you, please visit:

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