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Idaho Driver's License Practice Test 2

Take our FREE ID Driver's License Practice Test now! It's an online quiz with 25 unique questions, in-depth explanations, and instant test results. Be totally prepared for the Idaho DMV Driver's License test in no time!
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Idaho Driver’s License Practice Test

Before cruising the open roads of the Gem State, give yourself a head start by preparing for your DMV license exam with our FREE Idaho permit practice test! Featuring unique, state-specific questions and in-depth explanations, our expertly designed practice test uses proven tools that help you learn quickly and efficiently, increasing your chances of acing your Idaho permit test on the first try.

Quiz yourself with 25 multiple-choice questions that reproduce the structure and experience of your actual Idaho driver license exam. We use real questions and answers straight from the Idaho driver handbook, ensuring you’re getting the most accurate and up-to-date information that the DMV might test you on. Real-time feedback and instant test results help you track your progress, and should you miss any questions, our test includes a comprehensive review at the end, so you know exactly what you need to study further before you take your Idaho driver’s license knowledge test. Our tests are always free, so you can retake your Idaho practice test as many times as you need, and the online format lets you can quiz yourself anywhere, anytime, and study at your own pace, on your own schedule.

Idaho Driver’s License Practice Test FAQs:

What’s on the Idaho driver’s license knowledge test?

The Idaho written knowledge test includes questions from your Idaho DMV driver’s handbook. Be prepared to answer questions on traffic laws and speed limits, sharing the road, right-of-way regulations, traffic signs, and more.

Does this practice test include the same questions I’ll see on the DMV license test?

Our Idaho driver’s license practice uses questions and answers found directly within the information found in the Idaho DMV driver’s handbook—which is the very same information that the DMV uses to create your real license exam. The Idaho DMV often switches up its exact questions from year to year, but the information you’re tested on doesn’t change.

How do I earn my Idaho driver’s license?

To earn your Idaho driver’s license, you must be at least 15 years old. If you’re under 18 years old, you must also first complete an approved Driver’s Ed course and earn an instruction permit before taking your road test for your driver’s license. You must hold your permit for at least 6 months while you complete at least 50 hours of supervised driving practice.

if you’re 18 or older, an instruction permit is optional, but one is required if you wish to practice driving in any way before taking your practical road skills exam to earn your full Class D driver’s license.

Examples

A vehicle is left unattended on the traveled portion of the road causing a potential hazard; what might happen?
  • Nothing; the vehicle is entitled to be there.
  • The owner of the vehicle will be arrested.
  • The vehicle may be towed.
  • The registration will be deemed expired.
According to Idaho state law, in business and residential areas when should you use your turn signal before you change lanes or turn?
  • At least 50 feet away.
  • At least 75 feet away.
  • At least 100 feet away.
  • At least 125 feet away.
  • At least 150 feet away.
Among the requirements of the Graduated Driver's License Program, how many hours of supervised driving must be accumulated?
  • 30 hours.
  • 40 hours.
  • 50 hours.
  • 60 hours.
  • 70 hours.
Do you own a vehicle that you lease?
  • Yes. Idaho has a special law that allows lessee becomes the owner of the vehicle until the lease ends.
  • No. The lessor is the owner.
  • No. The bank is the owner.
  • Maybe. If you would like to be the owner, the lessor will agree to recognize you as the owner.
Good drivers keep an eye on what's happening at what distance?
  • 10 to 15 seconds ahead.
  • 20 to 25 seconds ahead.
  • 30 seconds ahead.
  • 2 to 5 seconds ahead.
  • None of the listed answers.