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California Permit Practice Test 2

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A Guide to the California Teen Permit Practice Test

This CA permit practice test includes multiple choice questions about right-of-way, signals, signs, parking, speed limits, what to do after an accident and laws regarding cell phone use. If you're a teen who wants to take the California driving permit test, you'll need to start preparing yourself well in advance of your visit to the DMV. California has strict requirements for teen drivers who want to gain their driving permit. In addition to reading the up-to-date state driving manual, you'll need to be prepared for the questions on the written test. In order to pass this practice DMV permit test, you'll need to answer correctly on 80 percent of the questions. While taking this CA permit practice test, you can navigate backwards and forwards. If you're unsure of the answer to any question, feel free to pick the best choice as you see it. If your answer isn't correct, you'll get an explanation of the correct answer plus a reference to the California driving manual that you can refer to for more information. If you don't pass this practice DMV permit test on your first try, don't fret. You can take the quiz as many times as you need to. The questions are randomized and will change each time you take it. This will help to prepare you for the real-life test that you'll soon be taking.

Other Tests You May Need to Take

The California DMV requires an 84 percent or higher score in order for you to secure your teen driving permit. In addition to answering 39 of the 46 questions on the California driving permit test for teens correctly, you may need to take some additional tests in order to secure your driving permit. These include a test of your vision and a road test on vehicle operation and parking techniques. If you need to brush up on the state of California's driving restrictions, laws or safety requirements for teen drivers, you can visit this blog for helpful hints on passing the permit test and becoming a safe and responsible teen driver.

California DMV Sample Test Questions

California's "Basic Speed Law" says that:
  • You may never drive faster than is safe for current conditions.
  • You should drive 30 mph.
  • There is no such law in California.
  • If you consistently maintain speed, you will be rewarded monetarily.
  • You can drive faster than the posted limit if you have enough experience.
During a test, if you use any testing aids such as a cheat sheet or the California Driver Handbook, what are the consequences?
  • The test will be marked a "failure", and the DMV may take action against your driving privilege, and the driving privilege of anyone who assisted you in the examination process.
  • The test will be marked a "failure", without exception.
  • You will be given a single warning and any testing aids will be confiscated, but you will be allowed to continue with the test.
  • Any testing aids will be confiscated, and your score on the test will be lowered by a certain amount.
If you are driving slowly on a two-lane highway or road where passing is unsafe, and 5 or more vehicles are following you, you should:
  • Merge into a special turnout lane to let them pass you.
  • Accelerate to put distance between you and the other vehicles.
  • Do nothing.
  • Pull onto the shoulder.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
If you have to drive in fog:
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • Drive slowly.
  • Use your low beam headlights.
  • Turn on your windshield wipers.
If you would like to apply for a basic Class C driver license you must provide which of the following?
  • All of the listed answers.
  • Your true full name.
  • Your Social Security number.
  • A valid document that demonstrates your residency in the United States.
  • A signed and completed Driver License or Identification Card Application.