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Kansas Permit Practice Test 2

Take our FREE KS Permit Practice Test today! We offer unique, hand-written questions formed straight from the Kansas Drivers manual to give you a better chance at passing your DMV Test.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Kansas Permit Practice Test

Before taking your Kansas permit exam, make sure you’re fully prepared to ace it on your first try! Our free Kansas permit practice test uses proven testing methods and state-specific, up-to-date information to help you learn quickly and efficiently, covering everything from Kansas speed limits and road signs to following rules and sharing the road.

Designed specifically for Kansas permit applicants, our online practice test includes 25 multiple-choice questions that replicate the structure of your real permit exam. You’ll benefit from information taken straight from the Kansas driver’s handbook, so you can quiz yourself on the exact material you’re studying to earn your KS permit. Our practice test provides real-time feedback on your progress along with comprehensive explanations for each answer taken right from the chapter that the question was based on. You can miss up to 5 questions for a passing score, and any incorrect answers are gathered for you at the end of your test for further review. This means you don’t have to wonder which topics you need to study more before your actual permit exam! Come back and re-test yourself after you study up and see how your learning has progressed. Then you’ll be ready to earn your permit and start practicing on the roads!

Kansas Permit Practice Test FAQs:

How can I take the Kansas permit test?

You can take the Kansas permit test online or in person at a driver’s licensing center.

What questions are on the Kansas permit test?

The Kansas permit test includes questions on the topics found within your state driver’s handbook. Expect to see questions on traffic signs and signals, pavement markings, parking regulations, right-of-way laws, and more.

How do I earn my Kansas driver’s license?

To earn your Kansas driver’s license, you’ll first need to pass a written knowledge test and a behind-the-wheel driving test. If you’re under 18 years old, you must also complete a Driver’s Education course and earn an instruction permit before taking your road test.

Examples

A sign with a downward-pointing triangle always indicates:
  • No passing zone.
  • Yield.
  • Wrong way.
  • Reduced speed ahead.
  • Railroad crossing.
A yellow sign showing the back of a car with curved lines underneath indicates:
  • Sharp curves in the road ahead.
  • Slippery when wet.
  • One should swerve to avoid obstacles.
  • That their tires may be punctured by small objects.
Between what time of the year is it legal to have studs in snow tires?
  • Between October 1 and May 15.
  • Between December 1 and March 15.
  • Between October 1 and April 15.
  • Between December 1 and May 15.
  • Between November 1 and April 15.
Diamond shaped serves as a sign that indicates:
  • A warning sign.
  • A regulatory sign.
  • A yield sign.
  • A school sign.
  • None of the answers listed.
How many feet does an average 15-car freight train traveling 30 mph take to stop?
  • 2000
  • 3150
  • 2675
  • 4367
  • None of the answers listed.