Driving Practice Test

Oregon is one of the most beautiful areas in the United States, and to properly explore it you’ll need an Oregon driver’s license. You’ll need to pass the Oregon driver’s permit test, put in your hours driving with a permit and then pass the Oregon DMV written test to earn your license. Each step in the process takes time and effort to pass, but unless you want to spend the time and money to retake the written test, you’ll want to make sure you’re as prepared as you can be. This site offers free Oregon DMV practice tests to help you ace the written test. We have a variety of practice tests to help you identify road signs, traffic signals and Oregon’s rules of the road. The tests are free, so whether you’re looking to pass the Oregon drivers permit test or the Oregon DMV test, you’ll find the practice tests below helpful in your preparation. You will be presented with 35 questions and you must answer 28 questions correctly to pass.  There is no time limit.  You may not go back once you answer a question.  Click the “Start Test” button below to begin.  Good luck!

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How To Get An Oregon Drivers License

Oregon has a two-step process for getting your full driver’s license. First, you have to apply for your instruction permit and provide proof you are enrolled or have completed a driver’s education course. You must bring a parent or guardian to the DMV and fill out the permit application. They will co-sign this application for you. You can get your permit when you turn 15. You must supply a social security card and proof of your current address. The next step is passing a vision test, then a 35 question written knowledge test with 80 percent or higher (28 correct answers or better).
There is also a short road sign test, which you must pass with a 75 percent or greater. Special accommodations for interpreters and an oral examination can be arranged with prior notice, and the test can be done in eight languages. If you fail, you can retake the test in 5 days with an additional $5 fee per test. A $54 fee applies and must be paid before you take the test. You must log 50 supervised, documented hours of driving time, with 10 hours being night driving. Your supervising adult must be 21 or older and have their license in good standing.
Once you have held your permit for a minimum of six months and turned, you can apply for your full license. You must pass a road skill test and pay a fee of $15 per test if you fail. You may retake the test every ten days. If you pass, there is a $60 license fee, and you will be issued a temporary license until your permanent one is mailed.
If you have just moved to Oregon, you have 60 days to switch your license over. You go to the DMV and present your old license along with proof of residency, a social security card, and proof of insurance. You must take a vision test and a knowledge exam. If your license is current, the driver’s skill test will be waived.

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How To Pass the Oregon Driver’s License Test

To pass the Oregon permit test and the knowledge exam portion of the driver’s license test, you’ll need to take the necessary steps to prepare yourself. We’ve assembled the following list of useful tips to help you be at your best when you take the driving test.

  • Take a deep dive into the Oregon driver’s handbook. Pick up a hard copy or download the latest version online (link below) and learn it inside and out. This book is basically the oracle of knowledge for passing the driving tests and can help you answer virtually any driving related question.
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  • Once you think you know everything in the handbook, read it again, and take notes.
  • Spend more time than you think you need to taking Oregon permit practice tests and Oregon practice driving tests like the ones on this site. These tests are the best tools to help you prepare for taking the actual test and will make you feel comfortable once you can consistently hit your target score.

Additional Information

Oregon Department of Transportation

For information on Oregon driver’s licenses and testing, as well as information on vehicles and registration, you can find more information on the Oregon DOT website at https://www.oregon.gov/odot/dmv/Pages/index.aspx.

Phone: 503.945.5000

To find Oregon DMV locations visit https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/oregon/

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