Texas Defensive Driving Test

Defensive driving is an essential skill for all drivers, but it is especially important for young drivers. This is because new drivers are more likely to be involved in accidents because of inexperience. What does defensive driving mean? It means being aware of road conditions and other motorists. It also means being able to anticipate potential problems and take corrective action if necessary. By learning to drive defensively, young drivers make the roadways safer. Defensive drivers are also better prepared to handle unexpected situations that come their way. Ultimately, defensive driving is a vital skill that all new drivers in Texas should learn before getting behind the wheel.

For anyone that thinks of themselves as a maestro of defensive driving, this test shouldn’t be too much of a challenge. In this test, you’ll see questions that cover many elements of defensive driving to see if you’re truly as smart as you think you are. Do you know what to do in low visibility situations? Or, what about driving in a construction zone?

Texas Defensive Driving Test

See if you’re up to date on the knowledge and techniques of defensive driving in Texas. So buckle up and let’s get started! Press start to begin.


Defensive Driving Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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1 / 10

The stopping distance of a car is equal to:

2 / 10

You should avoid driving after you have...

3 / 10

If a driver is tailgating you, what should you do?

4 / 10

When should you plan your driving route for a trip?

5 / 10

When following a truck at night, you should always:

6 / 10

What must vehicles do to be granted right-of-way in a funeral procession?

7 / 10

How many seconds should you trail the car in front of you in good driving conditions during the day?

8 / 10

When a school bus stops in front of you with it's stop sign activated you should...

9 / 10

A teenage driver's likelihood of crashing increases when...

10 / 10

How should you control your vehicle's speed as you take a curve?

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The average score is 83%

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