Driving Practice Test


Wyoming is a big, beautiful state and if you live there you won’t be able to enjoy everything without a valid driver’s license. Our site features a variety of Wyoming DOT practice tests to help you prepare for the knowledge portion of your driving test. We offer a variety of tests designed to help you identify traffic signs and to help you fully understand and comply with Wyoming’s traffic laws. The actual Wyoming driving test is a 25 question test which requires 20 correct answers to get a passing score. Take our Wyoming DMV practice driving tests as often as you like as you prepare for exam day. The tests are completely free and available on your mobile device as well as on a computer, so you can practice anytime, anywhere

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For an immediate right turn in a roundabout with multiple lanes, you should:

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Driving during the daytime is not as dangerous as driving at night because:

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You should____when wanting to take an immediate right turn in a roundabout with multiple lanes.

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When an emergency vehicle using flashing lights approaches you from behind, you must:

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If you are arrested for DWI or BAC and receive a notice of suspension or revocation, you may request a hearing, if you do so within:

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Night driving is more dangerous than daytime driving because:

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Areas of road that freeze more quickly are:

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To overcome highway hypnosis, drowsiness and fatigue, drivers must _________ to keep them awake while driving.

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When turning corners, turn the steering wheel using _____.

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In which of the following situations are you NOT required to stop your vehicle?

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Which of the following is one factor that greatly affects your stopping distance?

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The _______allows you to maintain a safe following distance between you and the vehicle in front of you.

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Which of these statements is incorrect?

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You should____when approaching a railroad crossing.

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When making a right turn you should NOT:

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Select the situation in which passing another vehicle on the left side of the roadway is not allowed.

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When you reach a marked or unmarked crossing, you must yield and watch for:

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Where is the most likely place you would encounter this sign?

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Select the appropriate reaction to a gate being down at a railroad crossing.

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You must use _________ to maintain a safe following distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you.

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The best advice if you encounter an aggressive driver on the road is to:

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The ________ represent danger areas around trucks where collisions are more likely to occur.

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You must always______when approaching a roundabout intersection.

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If your car starts to skid, what is the most common cause?

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A vehicle's stopping distance is equal to:

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Drivers License

How To Get A Wyoming Drivers License

Wyoming has a three-step graduated driver’s license course. To obtain your learner’s permit, you must be 15 years old. To apply for your permit, you’ll need to visit your local DMV office with your parent or legal guardian and complete a Wyoming Driver License/Identification Card Application. Your parent will co-sign this document for you. Next, you have to supply proof of your identity and legal U.S. presence. Take and pass a vision exam and a 40 question written exam, out of which you have to get at least 32 correct answers to pass. If you need alternate testing accommodations, like an oral exam, or quiet room, notify the DMV ahead of time, and they’ll set it up for you. Finally, pay a $20 fee. You’ll have to have your learner’s permit for at least 10 days and complete at least 50 hours of supervised driving practice and 10 of those hours must be at night. Your supervised driver must be at least 18 years old, and their license must be in good standing.To obtain your intermediate driver’s license, you have to be 16 years old and have completed at least 50 hours of supervised driving practice with 10 hours at night. Visit your local DMV and surrender your learner’s permit. Provide proof of your identity and complete a Wyoming Driver License/Identification Card Application with a parent or guardian co-signing for you. Next, submit your completed Behind-the-Wheel Driving Certification and pass a vision test. There is a DMV road skills driving test you must pass and a $20 fee to pay.

To obtain your full unrestricted license, you must be at least 16 years and 6 months old with a driver’s education course, or 17 years old with no driver’s education course. Go to your DMV office and surrender your intermediate driver’s license. Bring proof of your identity, a completed Driver’s Education certification, and complete a Wyoming Driver License or Identification Card Application. There is a $20 licensing fee that has to be paid as well.

If you’re new to Wyoming, you have one year to switch your license over to a Wyoming license. You have to go to your local DMV office with proof of identity, proof of residency, your social security card, old license. You have to take a pass a vision test, a road skills test, and a written exam. Finally, pay the $20 license renewal fee.

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How To Pass the Wyoming Driving Permit Test

If you want to pass your driver’s license test on the first try and graduate from just having your permit, the following tips might prove helpful:

Practice as often as possible. The beauty of preparing for your driving test today is the number of resources available. You don’t need to simply rely on the Wyoming driver handbook or materials supplied by your driving instructor, you have sites like this that offer you realistic practice tests to help you prepare for the written knowledge test. For your driving skills test, you need to get out and use that permit as often as possible as well. The more comfortable you are behind the wheel, and with the practice tests, the more likely you’ll pass your tests when the day arrives.

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Drive where you’ll be tested. If you know where your driving skills test is going to be held, make sure you drive in that area and familiarize yourself with the speed limits, street signs, and any potential hazards. You’ll want to minimize surprises on exam day.

Give your car an inspection the night before the exam - make sure the windshield and windows are clean, adjust your mirrors and check the AC, turn signal, wipers, lights, defrost, emergency brake, horn and hazard lights to make sure they’re all in functional condition.

Put together a pre-test packet the night before. Assemble all of the necessary paperwork like your proof of registration, insurance and permit the night before the exam and either place it in your car or have it set out so you don’t have to worry about finding them in the morning before going to take your test.

Additional Information

Wyoming Department of Transportation Information

To schedule a driving skills test, or apply for a drivers license in the state of Wyoming, you’ll need to contact the Wyoming Department of Transportation using the contact information below.

Website:  http://www.dot.state.wy.us/driverservices
Phone:  307.777.4800

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

More Wyoming Driving Test & Drivers License Helpful Links

The links below might be helpful if you’re seeking more information relating to a Wyoming drivers license or preparing for the Wyoming driving test.