New Mexico Sharing the Road Test

No amount of studying can get you ready for real life driving experiences and figuring out how to be part of the driving environment and sharing the road with others. Gaining the knowledge and skills to cooperatively use our streets and highways along with other motorists is an important part of being a safe and responsible driver. When you are behind the wheel, it’s important that you’re paying attention to everything around you including emergency vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists. Though there’s always opportunities to try to beat the light or squeeze in ahead of another driver, it is important to remember other drivers have a right to their safety as well. By being patient and following the rules of the road, you can help to keep everyone safe.

We all must do our part to ensure everyone makes it home safely. As a driver in New Mexico, you have a responsibility to know what it means to share our roads with other motorists, pedestrians, and more. Our sharing the road test is designed to increase your knowledge and improve your awareness and make you a better driver.

New Mexico Sharing the Road Test

There’s no better time than now to see how well you understand how to share the roads in New Mexico. 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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If a pedestrian crosses in front of you in an area that's not a crosswalk you should...

3 / 10

When in a construction zone, you should...

4 / 10

When an aggressive driver is behind you how should you react?

5 / 10

How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

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

7 / 10

When stopping behind a school bus you should...

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It takes the average person how long to process the alcohol from two beers?

9 / 10

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

10 / 10

How far must you remain behind an emergency vehicle after it passes?

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The average score is 86%

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