Wisconsin Sharing the Road Test

All the driving classes in the world won’t prepare you for real life driving experiences and learning to share the road. Learning how to share the road with other users is necessary to be a safe driver. When operating a motor vehicle you need to be aware of your surroundings including changing weather conditions and cyclists, pedestrians, and other vehicles. Though there’s always opportunities to try to beat the light or squeeze in ahead of another driver, it is important to remember you’re not the only one on the road. Staying calm and making good decisions will help keep your fellow Wisconsin motorists safe.

We all must do our part to make sure everyone gets where they’re going safely. Wisconsin drivers all have to understand what it means to share our roads with other motorists, pedestrians, and more. Our sharing the road test is designed to help you look deeper into the topic and make you a better driver.

Wisconsin Sharing the Road Test

There’s no better time than now to see how well you understand how to share the roads in Wisconsin. Press start to begin.

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Sharing the Road Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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A bicyclist must position themselves where on a road?

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If a car is coming toward you and may cause a collision you should...

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When an ambulance or other emergency vehicle approaches with its lights flashing you must...

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How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

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To avoid driving while drowsy, young drivers should get at least how many hours of sleep?

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When an aggressive driver is behind you how should you react?

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In a situation where your car breaks down on the road you should...

8 / 10

It takes the average person how long to process the alcohol from two beers?

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How far must you remain behind an emergency vehicle after it passes?

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If you experience a blown our tire what should you do?

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The average score is 86%

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