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Kansas Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

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Driving in Kansas: How to Get a License

Get a Driver?s License

There will be three parts to getting a driver?s license in Kansas. This includes vision screening, a written test and a driving test. The written test will include questions about traffic laws and road signs. You can prepare with the Kansas DMV Road Sign Practice Test, which is available online for your convenience. The Class C driver?s license is the most commonly sought after license. You must be at least 17 years of age in order to apply for it. A restricted version is available at the age of 15 along with:
  • 50 hours of practice
  • Operating with a driver of 21 years of age or older
  • A restricted license must be held for one year prior to obtaining a standard license
Anyone wishing to obtain another class license, such as a commercial (A, B or C) or a motorcycle (M) will need to first obtain a standard driving license, which includes passing the written exam. The Kansas Traffic Sign Practice Test is a great way to learn about some of the questions that will appear on the test and ensure that you are prepared. When you come to take the written test, you will need to bring documentation with your legal age and birth date along with the required fees.

Passing the Kansas Written Exam

You will need to pass the written exam provided by the Kansas DMV in order to get your learner?s permit or your driver?s license. The content is going to be seen by many types of drivers and therefore you will need to know all about the different road signs as they apply to everyone on the public roadways. In order to prepare, you should obtain a copy of the Kansas Driving Handbook, which is provided by the Driver?s License Examining Bureau. Another way to prepare for the written exam is to take the Kansas Road Sign Practice Test. The free exam is offered online, so you can prepare for the test. The 25 multiple choice questions are provided to you at random and are based on more than 50 different road and traffic signs. If you score 80% or higher, you are likely ready to take the exam. By using the Kansas DMV Traffic Sign Practice Test, you can ensure you are knowledgeable about the road signs, which is a large part of the written exam.

Kansas DMV Sample Test Questions

If you see this sign that means _____.
  • Loading and unloading is acceptable here. You can stop your vehicle temporarily.
  • Parking is acceptable here.
  • None of the listed answers.
  • Tourists might be present.
This rectangular white sign with black lettering let's you know that:
  • This is a no-pass zone.
  • Passing is permitted when it is safe.
  • You may pass on the shoulder.
  • If you use your horn, drivers must pull over.
This rectangular, half black and half white, indicates that ________.
  • You're sharing the side of the road with a bike lane.
  • It's okay to utilize an empty bike lane.
  • Motor vehicles have the right of way.
  • Motorcycles can use the bike lane.
This red 8-sided traffic sign with white text is telling you what?
  • Yield.
  • Wrong way.
  • School zone.
  • Make a full stop.
This white, rectangular sign with black lettering and symbol says that:
  • You must slow down.
  • Railroad crossing ahead.
  • Pedestrians are in the roadway.
  • You must stop behind indicated mark on flashing traffic light.


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