Oregon Drivers License Practice Test Description
Passing the Oregon drivers license tests is not very difficult with some preparation. Taking our DMV practice test multiple times is the perfect way to prepare for the tests.
How Our OR DMV Practice Test Helps You
Earning your first drivers license is a major milestone because it signifies the greater freedom and responsibilities that come with being an adult. However, a drivers license is not handed out to everyone who wants one; you must first pass a written test, an on-road test and a vision test before you earn your drivers license. The written test can be tricky if you are unfamiliar with test material or have not taken any practice tests. Our DMV practice test will help prepare you to pass the official exam confidently.
The written exam will test you on a variety of driving techniques and best practices. Our practice test focuses on the written portion of the Oregon drivers license test. You can expect questions about proper safety belt usage, ways to communicate with other drivers, how to pass through railroad crossings safely and other crucial information needed to drive safely on the roads. You need to understand these rules in order to be a safe driver, and this is why you will be tested on this knowledge.
When you finally take the official exam, our DMV practice test will have helped to prepare you not only for the test content but also for the testing environment. In order to pass the written exam, you must answer at least 28 questions out of 35, which is 80 percent, to pass. We recommend you take our practice test multiple times because the questions are randomized each time you practice. Taking our practice test several times will ensure that you cover all the information needed to do well on the exam, regardless of the questions you may run into. You can find further study material in the Oregon driver manual. If you want more practice on recognizing road signs and signals, you can take our road signs and signals practice test.