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Kentucky Driver's License Practice Test

This FREE KY Driver's License Practice Test shows you what kind of questions to expect on your Kentucky Driver's License Test. The online test is quick, free, and gives you immediate results backed by detailed explanations.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Kentucky Drivers License Practice Test Description

You will need to pass multiple tests to get your Kentucky drivers license. Studying with our KY KYTC practice test can help you prepare yourself to meet this challenge.

How Our Practice Test Helps You Prepare

For most people, earning your drivers license is an important rite of passage in the journey from child to adult. To help teenagers and new drivers make that transition more safely, Kentucky uses a graduated licensing program that requires anyone seeking their license for the first time to pass a two-part written knowledge exam. Intimidated by the thought of a written exam? Don't be. With the proper preparation, you can pass it on the first try. Simply read through the KYTC's "Kentucky Drivers Manual" to discover the information you'll need. Next, take our KY KYTC practice test. It is a fantastic way to assess your knowledge and to pinpoint any areas where you need to study more. It is vital to get your facts straight. Not only will it help you pass the Kentucky drivers license test, it will also ensure that you know how to stay safe when you're operating a vehicle on the state's roads. Take our KYTC practice test as often as you like. It will help you review the material and grow comfortable with the format of the test. Since the second part of Kentucky's written test is dedicated to road signage, be sure to test your skills with our Kentucky road signs and signals test. It covers all 50 of the types of signage you may be asked about on the real test.

The first part of the written Kentucky drivers license test is comprised of 30 general questions about traffic laws and a variety of safe driving practices. You must answer 24 of these questions accurately to pass. The second part of the exam assesses your understanding of road signage. It features 10 questions, and you must answer eight of these correctly to pass. The two parts of the exam are scored separately; you will need to pass both to successfully complete the knowledge test and qualify for a driving permit.

Once you have secured a driving permit, the next step is obtaining your license by passing a skills test. Teens age 16 to 20 must wait 180 days after earning the permit before attempting the road test. Adults age 21 and up must wait 30 days. Taken on the open road, the skills test requires applicants to demonstrate that they can apply their knowledge of traffic laws, road signage and safe driving practices while maneuvering their vehicle. Once you have passed both the written exam and the skills test, you will be able to obtain your Kentucky drivers license.

Examples

A motorcycle driver must __________ during the performance test.
  • Exceed speeds of 30 mph.
  • Maneuver through cones.
  • Have a full tank of gas.
  • Parallel park uphill.
A person must be at least ___ years old to obtain a Kentucky driver's license.
  • 15
  • 16
  • 18
  • 21
Because motorcycles are ________, they can __________.
  • A two-wheeled vehicle; be safer to ride.
  • Not very stable; tip over easy.
  • Handled different than cars; omit the rules of the road.
  • Small; avoid emissions testing.
How do children present a danger to motorcyclists?
  • They can yell.
  • They can throw things.
  • They can dart into traffic.
  • All of the answers listed.
  • None of the answers listed.
How must a school bus be handled if it is stopped in the opposite direction on a two lane road?
  • You must stop until the bus begins to move again.
  • You do not need to stop as it is moving in the opposite direction.
  • You may stop or continue driving based on your own discretion.
  • None of the answers listed are correct.