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Driving Practice Test

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Virginia is for lovers, and drivers! To see all of the romantic sites in Virginia you’ll want to make sure you earn a driver’s license. To do so, you’ll need to earn a learner’s permit by passing the permit test, and then later passing the written test and the road test of the Virginia DMV driving test. These tests aren’t easy and they require a lot of hard work and preparation. Fortunately, this site offers a variety of DMV practice test and permit practice test questions to help you on your path from your learner’s permit to your driver’s license. Further, we offer tests for people seeking to earn their Virginia CDL (commercial driver’s license) or Virginia motorcycle license. All of these practice test resources are free to use as often as you’d like.

This is the passenger vehicle driver's test for the state of Virginia.  You will be presented with 35 questions and you must answer 30 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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Which of the following conditions is not a disorder that must be reported to the MVA?

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When following a large truck that blocks your view ahead, you should:

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In a standard passenger car, partial hydroplaning may begin at speeds as low as:

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When approaching or driving through a construction work zone, you should never:

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

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What does this sign mean?

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Drivers under the age of 21 have a specific restriction prohibiting them from:

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When driving, you are not permitted to pass a motorcycle?

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Which of the following sign types is NOT a standard regulatory sign?

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When displayed on the rear of a vehicle, the sign shown indicates:

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Vertical rectangular signs that show black letters on a white background are used as:

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What does this sign mean?

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If you are driving in heavy rain situations, you should use:

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Which sign color description is wrong?

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You must turn on your headlights when you are unable to see clearly at least how many feet ahead of your vehicle?

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To reduce the possibility of traction loss from hydroplaning in a rainstorm, you should:

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What does this sign mean?

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When are you required to report a medical condition to the MVA Driver Wellness and Safety Division?

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__________are made to stop runaway vehicles safely without injuring drivers and passengers on steep mountain grades.

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Which of the following activities do not prevent road rage?

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What is the proper way to address a flashing red signal?

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What does this sign mean?

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What is a crosswalk?

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Drivers need to know signs by their standard colors. Which color is used for stop or prohibition?

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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 learner's instructional permit is valid for the following length of time:

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You should maintain the safe following distance between your vehicle and the one ahead of you by using the:

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When you are driving at a slower speed than the flow of traffic on a highway that has two or more lanes in your direction, you should:

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Who is eligible to be issued a Provisional Driver's License?

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Being able to obtain a driver's license is a:

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Which of the following is a correct statement regarding the use of a cell phone while operating a vehicle?

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When driving at night you should:

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When following a truck at night, you should always:

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When emerging from an alley, driveway, private road, or building across a sidewalk or into a street or highway, you must:

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Crossing a double solid yellow line on your left is:

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How To Get A Virginia Drivers License

In Virginia, you have to be 15 years and 6 months old plus have your parent’s permission to fill out the Virginia Driver’s License application. Bring proof of identity, proof of Virginia residence, social security number, and legal presence. Next, pay the $7 fee and take the two-part knowledge test. The first part traffic signs, and you must get ten out of ten questions correct before moving on to the 40 question general knowledge exam. You will need an 80 percent or better to pass. There is also a vision test, and there are special accommodations for people who have trouble reading. If you fail the test, you can retake it in 15 days and pay a $2.00 reexamination fee.While holding your permit, you must log at least 45 hours of practice driving with 15 hours at night, before you can move on to obtain your restricted driver’s license. You must drive with an adult who has a valid license is at least 21 years old or older.To obtain your restricted driver’s license, you must be 16 and 3 months old and have had your learner’s permit for at least 9 months. You have to produce your completed Driver’s Education Certificate, your driving log, a Virginia Driver’s License application with a parent or guardian signature, proof of identity, legal presence, Virginia residency, and Social Security number. You have to pass another vision test, along with a road skills test. You will keep this license until you turn 18, then it will automatically change to an unrestricted license.If you’re new to the state, you have 60 days to switch your license over. Go to the DMV in person and pass a vision test, and fill out a Driver’s License and Identification Card Application. Bring and show proof of your identity, social security card, and Virginia residency. The last two steps are surrendering your old license and paying the $32 fee.

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How To Pass the Virginia Driver's License Test

A surprising number of people fail the Virginia driver’s license test on the first try, and usually it’s because they didn’t prepare correctly. Here are some helpful tips to follow to make sure you don’t find yourself taking the test a second time.

  • Practice tests are your friend! This site and others have massive databases of questions in their DMV practice test and Virginia permit test simulators. Oh, and they’re free. Take them until you can recite the answers in your sleep, and know what every road sign means. The resources are available, use them!

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  • Spend more time than you think you need to with the Virginia Drivers Manual. Make sure you’ve got a copy of the current year and go through it in detail to make sure you there are no surprises on exam day.
  • Practice like you’ll be tested. If possible drive the same car and in the same area where you’ll be tested on exam day. If you’re familiar with the vehicle, speed limits, and potential hazards you’ll be much more comfortable and less prone to making silly mistakes.
  • Once you’ve got yourself in order give your car a review the night before the test as well. You’ll only be helping yourself if you make sure the windshield and windows are clean, your mirrors adjusted, and your AC, turn signals, wipers, lights, defrost, emergency brake, horn and hazard lights are all in good working condition.

Additional Information

Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles Information

The ALEA is responsible for testing student drivers and licensing all drivers. To schedule your licensing examination or get more information contact them via:

Website:  https://www.dmv.virginia.gov/#/DMV2Go
Phone:  804.497.7100

To find the location nearest you, please visit: https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/virginia/

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