New Hampshire Parking Test

A key technique that all drivers must learn is the right way to park a car.

Parking skills aren’t something often considered by experienced drivers, but it can be a real headache for new drivers.

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 such as pedestrians, other cars, pets, and curbs
  • Don’t rush
  • Use your turn signals

Our test will gauge how well you understand parking parking laws and techniques in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Parking Test

Go ahead and test your knowledge of New Hampshire alcohol and drug driving laws. Press start to begin.

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Parking Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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1 / 10

When can you stop at a no stopping sign?

2 / 10

What should you do when parking your vehicle?

3 / 10

You are not permitted to park your vehicle __________ from the nearest rail of a railroad crossing.

4 / 10

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

5 / 10

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

6 / 10

What is the first step in parallel parking?

7 / 10

A "no parking sign" means?

8 / 10

When parallel parking on a flat street you should...

9 / 10

You can never park...

10 / 10

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

Your score is

The average score is 73%

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