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California Driver's License Practice Test 2

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California Drivers License Test

If you're considering taking the California driver's license exam, the following is a description of the DMV practice test you can take in preparation.

Info on the CA DMV Practice Test and How to Prepare for It

Earning a drivers license is one of the most important moments in anyone's life. However, it's necessary for each prospective license holder to first pass a test in order to obtain their CA drivers license. Thankfully, there is an extremely useful practice test that you can take in preparation. This practice test is designed to give you the right tools and correct mindset that you will need when taking the California drivers license test. As passing this test is the only way to ensure that you will have the opportunity to earn a CA drivers license, there is no limit to the amount of studying and preparation that you can do before taking the test.

Similar to that of the actual written test that you will be taking at the DMV, this DMV practice test is designed to teach you how to adequately participate in a test environment by utilizing a similar method of questions on the test. The content of this practice test is focused on the rules of driving a car that every driver must be fully aware of when on the road. There are many facts you will be tested on, so it's important to begin studying them as early as possible, which will be helpful when you finally get to your on-the-road test after passing your written test. The questions that you will see on this test can include everything from how fast you are allowed to drive within the city to the actions that you are required to take when a school bus is stopped in front of you.

Although it may seem impossible to pass the drivers license test when you need to remember so much information, all it takes is a little practice and a lot of studying. To better assist you on this front, you should study the California DMV drivers handbook manual. Taking our similar road signs and signals practice test will also help you in preparation for both the written and on-the-road drivers test. By utilizing these tools, it won't be long before you're ready to take the final California drivers license test.


Before changing lanes, you should signal, look in your mirrors, and:
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • Glance around to make sure the lane you want is clear.
  • Check traffic in your direct vicinity.
  • Survey your blind spot for vehicles, motorcyclists, bicycles, and other traffic.
  • Make sure there is enough room to accommodate your vehicle in the next lane.
End-of-lane markings such as freeway lanes and some city street lanes will usually be marked by:
  • Large broken lines painted on the pavement.
  • Two large yellow solid lines.
  • One yellow large broken line.
  • Three short broken white lines.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
If you find yourself in another vehicle's blind spot:
  • Drop back or pass the vehicle as quickly as you can.
  • Don't worry about it. They can see you by turning their head and looking, in any case.
  • Sound your horn loudly so they are aware of your presence.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
If you think of the steering wheel as the face of a clock, you should place your hands on the clock:
  • At 9 and 3 o'clock.
  • At 10 and 1 o'clock.
  • At 10 and 2 o'clock.
  • At 9 and 2 o'clock.
If you're traveling at 55 mph, assuming you have good tires, good brakes, and the pavement is dry, your car will travel:
  • 400 ft. before coming to a stop.
  • 550 ft. before coming to a stop.
  • 200 ft. before coming to a stop.
  • 1000 ft. before coming to a stop.
  • 300 ft. before coming to a stop.