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California Driver's License Practice Test 3

Is it time for your DMV Driver's License test? Get fully prepared and take our FREE CA Driver's License Practice Test online now! Featuring 25 unique multiple choice questions, very similar to the ones found on the real California DMV Test.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

California DMV Practice Test Overview

This CA DMV practice test includes questions about traffic signs, driving laws, pedestrian and motorcycle safety, parking, alcohol use, cell phone use, speed and carpooling. The quizzes are designed to help you focus on pertinent driving laws related to safety and operation of your vehicle. If you aren't sure of the answer to the question, you can refer to the California driving manual or you can make your best guess. You'll be presented with a reference to the California regulation that the question is taken from. If you miss the answer to a question or you need clarification, you can refer to the manual for more information. You can also navigate backward in the quiz and change your answers if you want to.

In order to pass these quizzes, you must score correctly on 80 percent of the questions. This is the same as what you'll experience when you go to take your California drivers license test. If you take the quiz and don't get 80 percent on your first try, you can keep trying. The DMV practice test is randomized and you'll get some new questions each time. These quizzes are designed to help you pass the CA drivers license exam by offering realistic questions similar to what you'll see on your actual test when you go into the DMV office.

Other CA Drivers License Tests You Might Need

In addition to the written California drivers license test, you may need to take some additional tests in order to obtain your driver's license. These tests include a vision exam, a hearing test and a road test for maneuverability. To prepare for your visit to the California DMV, you might want to try a practice road signs and signals test. You can also refer to the current driving manual for California. This manual contains everything you need to know about the rules, regulations and laws for drivers in the state. All of the questions on the California drivers license test are taken from information that's available within the manual.

Examples

As a precaution, while driving in high winds:
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • Reduce your speed. Slowing down gives better control over your vehicle.
  • Keep your grip and hand position on your steering wheel firm.
  • Avoid cruise control. Manual control of the gas pedal will be useful when strong gusts of wind occur.
  • Remain alert. Keep an eye on the road ahead.
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 have a collision not covered by your insurance (or you lack insurance at all), what will happen?
  • Your drivers license will be suspended.
  • You will receive a warning from the DMV in the mail that if it happens again, your license will be suspended.
  • You will qualify for special rebates and government subsidies to purchase insurance.
  • None of the answers provided.
If you see a collision ahead:
  • Warn the drivers behind you using your emergency flashers, or tapping your brake pedal quickly three to four times.
  • Warn the drivers behind you by using your car horn loudly and repeatedly.
  • Stop on the road immediately, so that those behind you will be alerted.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • 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.