North Dakota 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 required if you want to be a responsible North Dakota driver. When operating a motor vehicle it’s important that you’re paying attention to the driving conditions and be prepared to yield to cyclists, pedestrians, and other vehicles. While it can be tempting to floor it through a light before it turns red, it is important to remember that everyone has a right to use the road safely. When you think safety first and focus on sharing the road you will help keep your fellow North Dakota motorists safe.

It can be difficult to keep track of driving conditions and everything else around you as you drive, but we must all keep in mind that we all must share the road. To help make sure everyone stays safe, we’ve put together a quiz about how motorists need to share the road. It’s important to remember, driving is an opportunity to exercise good judgment to keep others safe. We appreciate you putting in the time to brush up on your road-sharing knowledge!

North Dakota Sharing the Road Test

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


Sharing the Road Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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When approaching a bike rider from behind drivers should...

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If a pedestrian crosses in front of you in an area that's not a crosswalk you should...

3 / 10

If an emergency vehicle approaches you from behind on a one way street you should...

4 / 10

If a school bus is in front of you and the red lights are flashing you should...

5 / 10

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

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If a car is coming toward you and may cause a collision you should...

7 / 10

When an ambulance or other emergency vehicle approaches with its lights flashing you must...

8 / 10

How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

9 / 10

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

10 / 10

A bicyclist must position themselves where on a road?

Your score is

The average score is 86%

More North Dakota Drivers Tests

We have put together ten additional tests to help you practice for your North Dakota Driver’s License. Click below and get practicing!