Kansas Sharing the Road Test

No amount of studying can prepare you for what it’s like actually being on the road and learning to share the road. Gaining the knowledge and skills to cooperatively use our streets and highways with other users is required if you want to be a responsible Kansas driver. When you are behind the wheel, you need to be aware of the driving conditions and be prepared to yield to cyclists, pedestrians, and other vehicles. It can seem like a good idea to try to beat the light or squeeze in ahead of another driver, it is important to remember you’re not the only one on the road. Staying calm and making good decisions will help keep your fellow Kansas motorists safe.

Some drivers struggle to keep track of everything around you as you drive, but it’s important to remember how important it is to share our roadways. For the purpose of making Kansas’s streets safer, our team has assembled a test covering topics related to how motorists need to share the road. It’s important to remember, using a drivers’ license is an opportunity to exercise good judgment to keep others safe. Thanks for putting in the time to brush up on your road-sharing knowledge!

Kansas Sharing the Road Test

There’s no better time than now to see how well you understand how to share the roads in Kansas. To begin, press start.


Sharing the Road Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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When an ambulance or other emergency vehicle approaches with its lights flashing you must...

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Even a small amount of alcohol can impact your driving.

3 / 10

If you experience a blown our tire what should you do?

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Why do people tend to have more crashes in construction/work zones?

5 / 10

How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

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To avoid driving while drowsy, young drivers should get at least how many hours of sleep?

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In a situation where your car breaks down on the road you should...

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When stopping behind a school bus you should...

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If you mix alcohol and drugs while driving, what are the possible effects?

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A bicyclist must position themselves where on a road?

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The average score is 86%

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