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California Permit Practice Test 5

Your Permit Test is coming up, and we're here to help you pass! Study by taking our QUICK and FREE CA Permit Practice Test. Just answer 25 multiple choice questions, and receive detailed answers directly from the manual.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Practice Tests for the California Teen Permit

The first step in learning to drive is passing a DMV permit test. Taking a practice test will help you evaluate how well you understand California driving laws and motor vehicle safety.

Teen drivers are often eager to get behind the wheel of a car, but there are many important things to consider before you take the driver’s seat. What should you do if you get a flat tire while driving along a busy Interstate? What should you do in the event of an accident? When does California law require you to turn on your headlights? The answers to these important questions are in your state’s drivers handbook, and you can test your knowledge before taking the official test by taking a CA permit practice test here.

Reasons to Take a California Driving Permit Practice Test

In the state of California, student drivers are limited to the number of times they can take the official DMV permit test without having to incur additional testing fees. Additionally, when taking any type of test or exam, most students experience some amount of test anxiety. These are two important reasons to spend some time practicing before you arrive at the testing facility.

A CA permit practice test will provide a sampling of questions like those you’ll see on the official test when you go to get your California teen permit. After reviewing the information in the state drivers handbook, you can use practice tests to assess you understanding and retention of this information. You can also use the practice tests to help familiarize yourself with the test format and types of questions you are likely to encounter on the official test.

Practice makes perfect, and when it comes to driving skills and safety, perfection is an excellent goal to keep in sight.

Examples

A Solid Red traffic signal light indicates that:
  • STOP. You may make a right turn after you stop, when it is safe, if a "NO TURN ON RED SIGN" is not posted.
  • STOP. Proceed when it is safe.
  • PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
  • GO.
  • STOP. Remain stopped until the green signal or green arrow appears.
All vehicles and bicycles entering or exiting a roundabout should:
  • Yield to all traffic, including pedestrians.
  • Yield to all traffic, except for pedestrians.
  • Yield only to pedestrians, but not other traffic.
  • Not yield. Vehicles entering or exiting have right-of-way.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
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.
Before changing you name with the DMV, you have to change your name at what organization?
  • The Social Security Administration.
  • The National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
  • The Catholic Church.
  • The Post Office.
  • None of the listed answers.
During a heavy rainstorm or snowstorm in which you cannot see further than 100 feet ahead, it is safest to drive:
  • Not more than 30 mph.
  • Not more than 40 mph.
  • Not more than 50 mph.
  • At any speed you want.