Texas Intersections Test

Driving through an intersection can be extremely dangerous. Thousands of accidents occur each year at intersections in the United States. While some of these accidents result in limited damage, many prove to be dangerous or deadly. Taking the time to learn the rules as far as how to drive through intersections is very important as you try to earn your driver’s license.

Taking a driving test can be a nerve-wracking experience. After all, getting your license is a big deal. But failing is far less likely when you show up fully prepared. That’s why we’ve put together this exam covering the driving laws relating to intersections. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to gain your first Texas driver’s license or simply brushing up on your knowledge, this quiz is sure to help you master the rules of the road.

Texas Intersections Test

Test your knowledge on Texas’s intersection laws. Hit the start button to begin.


Intersections Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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Your vehicle has the right of way when...

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You yield right of way at an intersection to oncoming vehicles when you are...

3 / 10

Where should you stop at an intersection where there is a stop sign, but there is no stop line or crosswalk present?

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When waiting to make a left turn at an intersection you should...

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To turn left from a one way street with multiple lanes onto a one way street, you should begin your turn from...

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If two cars enter an intersection simultaneously, with one turning left and one going straight, who has the right of way?

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You are at a point where you must stop at the intersection ahead. Just before the intersection, you have to cross railroad tracks. You should stop before you cross the railroad tracks when:

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A flashing red light at an intersection means what?

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You have a green light and there are vehicles blocking your way in the intersection. What should you do?

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The driver in front of you has their left arm out the window with their hand extended upward. What are they signaling?

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The average score is 86%

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