Texas Parking Test

Being a safe driver means that you have to master a lot of skills. One of these skills is proper parking technique.

Parking is often taken for granted when it comes to long time drivers, but it can be a real headache for new drivers.

Some important things to keep in mind for new drivers when you begin learning the rules of parking. Some tips include:

  • Your mirrors are a huge help
  • Be aware of your surroundings such as other cars, pedestrians, and curbs
  • Don’t panic
  • Use your turn signals

Our quiz will help you prepare for your driving test in Texas.

Texas Parking Test

Test your knowledge on Texas’s drug and alcohol laws. Press start to begin.

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Parking Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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1 / 10

When parked parallel to a curb, when may you exit the driver's side of the vehicle?

2 / 10

How should you direct your tires if you are parking on a downhill slope?

3 / 10

What is the first step in parallel parking?

4 / 10

A non-disabled driver can park in a parking space reserved for a disabled person when...

5 / 10

When can you stop at a no stopping sign?

6 / 10

You are not permitted to park your vehicle __________ from the nearest rail of a railroad crossing.

7 / 10

You can never park...

8 / 10

A "no parking" sign allows you to...

9 / 10

Which of these locations is illegal to park in?

10 / 10

When parking parallel to a curb your tires must be within what distance of the curb?

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The average score is 70%

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