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Driving Test Practice


If you’re preparing to take the New Jersey driving test, or you’re looking to work your way through the graduated driver's license program, you’ll want to study up to make sure you’re prepared. The test is required for all motorists between the ages of 16 and 17. As part of this process, you’ll need to take the NJ permit test and the NJ MVC written test (often referred to as the NJ DMV written test) along with the road skills test to prove you have the safe driving skills to operate a motor vehicle in New Jersey. This website offers up NJ driving test simulations that include multiple-choice questions to help you practice your knowledge of road signs and traffic laws. All of the tests are free and work on both computers and mobile devices, so take them as often as you’d like. These New Jersey practice driving tests can be a valuable component to help you pass your permit test section of the NJ MVC written test. This is the sample passenger vehicle driver’s test for the state of New Jersey. You will be presented with 50 questions and you must answer 40 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.

1 / 50

The rear wheels follow a ____compared to the front wheels when turning.

2 / 50

It is illegal for any person 21 years or older to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of:

3 / 50

Federal law requires any male that is between 18 and ____ to meet Selective Service requirements.

4 / 50

If you stop at a railroad crossing with more than one track:

5 / 50

To get a New Jersey license you must have ____ proofs of address.

6 / 50

An inspection of a motor vehicle registered in New Jersey should occur each year by:

7 / 50

This road sign indicates:

8 / 50

It is safe for a pedestrian to begin crossing the street when:

9 / 50

A bad habit that was discussed in the manual that some people may develop when driving is:

10 / 50

At a railroad crossing you must always stop before the tracks when:

11 / 50

Crashes most often occur where?

12 / 50

Your braking distance increases by ______ when you double your speed on the highway.

13 / 50

You should look towards the ______ of the road if a vehicle is approaching you with their high beams on.

14 / 50

What does this sign indicate?

15 / 50

When approaching a car with headlights that are blinding you should:

16 / 50

Slow traffic shall remain in the _____ lane when on a highway with four or more lanes.

17 / 50

You should _____ if your car breaks down on the highway.

18 / 50

This sign indicates:

19 / 50

Following a complete stop at a traffic signal with a solid red light, you may:

20 / 50

Tampering with your emissions control devices ____________.

21 / 50

What is the maximum amount of light that any treatment on your side windows can reflect?

22 / 50

You must ____ if a transit vehicle (bus) has signaled and is pulling back onto the roadway.

23 / 50

Except when passing, or on a road with 3 or more lanes traveling in the same direction, stay in the ___ lane.

24 / 50

If a railroad track has no signals or gates you should ____ when you are in a line of traffic that is crossing the tracks.

25 / 50

An arrow that is flashing yellow indicates.

26 / 50

If your blood alcohol level is at ______ and you are under the age of 21 years old you are considered to be driving under the influence.

27 / 50

This sign is a:

28 / 50

______ years old is the minimum drinking age in this state.

29 / 50

A speeding conviction of more than 15 mph over the speed limit results in how many "points" on your license.

30 / 50

"Transit" is used to indicate _____.

31 / 50

A driver's license will be suspended at what blood alcohol level if the driver is under 21 years old?

32 / 50

A gross vehicle weight rating of how many pounds or more means you are required to have a commercial driver license?

33 / 50

Car skids are mainly caused by what?

34 / 50

To compensate for reduced braking action due to water or rain, the driver should take the following steps until proper braking action is restored.

35 / 50

If you reside in New Jersey for more than _____ you are considered a resident of the state of New Jersey.

36 / 50

You must attend a Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education Course before you can get a hardship license if you are under 21 and are suspended for a BAC of 0.02 to___.

37 / 50

You should not _____ when changing lanes.

38 / 50

____ lines divide traffic moving in the same direction.

39 / 50

A flashing yellow light indicates:

40 / 50

Broken white lines on pavement are used to indicate _____ in this area.

41 / 50

You must not drive in a lane with this signal:

42 / 50

You are required to ______ if an emergency vehicle with red flashing lights or is using a siren is in your lane.

43 / 50

You can be fined up to how much if you dump more than 15 pound of trash?

44 / 50

When driving near a school zone a driver must:

45 / 50

You should stop at an intersection with a stop sign and:

46 / 50

This sign indicates:

47 / 50

If you are found guilty of the following offenses your license must be revoked:

48 / 50

Which of these scenarios is a legal way to park a vehicle?

49 / 50

You may have to complete a traffic law substance abuse education class if _____.

50 / 50

If you need to make a right turn, left turn, a U-turn, or continue forward, the driver must _____ in a roundabout.

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Drivers License

How To Get A New Jersey Drivers License

The process for getting a New Jersey’s driver’s license is essentially a three stage process of obtaining a Special Learner’s Permit, Probationary License and then a Basic Driver License. While this may initially seem complicated, we can guide you by answering some of the most common questions people have about the state of New Jersey’s requirements for getting a driver’s license.

How old do you have to be to get a New Jersey driver’s license? You can apply for a special learner’s permit when you are 16 years old, once you have enrolled in a licensed driving school. After completing your driver’s education, you will then pass a vision test and your knowledge permit test. You will need to complete 6 hours of behind the wheel instruction with a licensed instructor. Once a person has these steps, they must then wait until they are 17 for the next step for a basic New Jersey drivers license.

After completing your driver’s education, you will then pass a vision test and your knowledge permit test. You will need to complete 6 hours of behind the wheel instruction with a licensed instructor. Once a person has these steps, they must then wait until they are 17 for the next step for a basic New Jersey drivers license. 

Can you take the New Jersey driver’s permit test online? You cannot take the New Jersey permit test online. You will need to schedule it and make an appointment for your knowledge test in person after you purchase your examination permit.

What are the steps for obtaining a driver’s permit in New Jersey?

To earn your learner’s permit you’ll need to pass a driver’s education course that covers New Jersey traffic laws and the basics of operating a motor vehicle safely. Beyond that you will need to:

  • Provide the requirements documents of your personal identification and address
  • Complete and submit form BA-412D
  • Pass the written driver’s permit test
  • Schedule a Knowledge Test
  • Pass a vision test
  • Pass the knowledge test
  • Pay your $10 fee
  • Complete the required 6 hours of driving instruction with a certified and licensed driving instructor 

What driving restrictions does New Jersey have for permit holders?

Holders of New Jersey driver’s permits must practice supervised driving for 6 months. Supervised driving has a number of regulations, including: 

  • Purchase a decal for $4 and display on your front and back license plate
  • Not permitted to drive after 11:01 and before 5:00 AM
  • Accompanied by an adult, over 21 supervised license driver who possesses a valid New Jersey driver’s license. 
  • Only parents, guardians, or dependents are allowed as passengers
  • Only one additional passenger is permitted
  • Cell phones or any wireless device, regardless of it being “hands-free” or not, is not permitted
  • Seat belt usage is required

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How To Pass the New Jersey Driver's License Test

To pass the New Jersey knowledge permit test preparation is essential in the process to obtain your full license. Read the New Jersey driver’s manual. Study the manual and take notes on critical sections. Additionally, take good notes during your driver’s education course. As you study the manual and your notes from driver’s education,  you can begin to gauge your progress by taking a NJ permit practice test like the one available on this site. You can also take our road signs practice test if you want to improve your knowledge of those.

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Need a New Jersey driver’s manual?

You can find the New Jersey Driver manual, as well as additional resources for teen drivers here on the NJMVC website. These are available in English and Spanish, and they’re free. 


New Jersey License Frequently Asked Questions

You can do a same day renewal online for your driver’s license. You can do renew in person. You can do so online, in person, or through the mail. In both instances, you will need a valid Required documentation includes proof of ID (license, passport, birth certificate, etc.), social security number, and proof of current address. There is also an option to renew your drivers license in person. There is a $24 fee. 

For those renewing their license in New Jersey no additional testing is necessary.

You can reschedule a road test if you fail. However, you must wait 14 days to take your road test again.

The following skills are commonly a part of the New Jersey driving skills test:

  • Driving in reverse
  • Stopping at appropriate signs
  • Nearing corners or intersections
  • Stopping smoothly
  • Sitting properly
  • Turning around
  • Steering properly
  • Parallel parking
  • Yielding to right-of-way

For drivers with a valid license or permit from another state, no additional testing is required. Bring in your license or permit with a secondary form of identification to a New Jersey DMV location within 30 days of moving to New Jersey and you can update to a new license relatively seamlessly.

Additional Information

Information on the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission

The MVC is responsible for testing student drivers and licensing all drivers. To schedule your licensing examination or get more information contact them via:

Phone:  609.292.6500

To find the location nearest you, please visit:

Additional New Jersey Drivers License Helpful Links

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