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Kentucky Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

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Driving in Kentucky: What You Need to Know

The state of Kentucky has a variety of options when it comes to getting a driver's license. Regardless of vehicle you want to operate?a standard motor vehicle, a motorcycle or a commercial vehicle?you will be required to take a written test to assess your knowledge of driving laws as well as road and traffic signs.

Getting Your License in Kentucky

In order to get a driver's license, you need to be 18 years of age or older. If you are under 18, then you can take part in the graduated license program offered by the state of Kentucky by meeting the following requirements:
  • You are at least 16.
  • You have parent or guardian permission.
  • You receive driving instruction for 180 days.
  • You drive with a licensed driver age 21 or older.
Whether you are applying for a permit or a license, you will need to take the written exam. If you are applying for a license, you will be permitted to take a road test if you pass the written exam. To obtain a commercial or motorcycle license, you must first obtain a Class D license.

Preparing for the Written Exam with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Road Sign Practice Test

There are a few ways to increase your chances of passing the written exam the first time. First, you will want to obtain a copy of the Kentucky Driver Manual. This will tell you all about the driving laws and provide you with an introduction on the road and traffic signs that you will see while driving. This test is given to all drivers, so all types road signs will be covered. It can be also advantageous to take a Kentucky road sign practice test. The online test is free, and you can choose to take it as many times as you need. More than 50 road and traffic signs are included on the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Traffic Sign Practice Test. For each time you take the test, 25 questions will be assigned randomly to ensure that no two tests are the same. If you can pass the Kentucky Traffic Sign Practice Test with an 80 percent or higher, you will likely do well on the actual exam required to obtain your license.

Kentucky KYTC 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 sign with black text on a white background signifies what?
  • Road closed.
  • Posted speed limit.
  • Merge.
  • Bus lane.
This rectangular sign with red lettering and symbol, indicates what?
  • If you have the correct permit, parking is acceptable.
  • You may only park here for one hour.
  • You may not park on the side of the road in this direction.
  • No parking here Monday - Friday.
This rectangular white and green sign with black text, informs you to ______.
  • Consider the speed limit if flashing.
  • Use no speed limit if light not flashing.
  • Speed up to beat traffic.
  • Reduce your speed to posted limit if the light is flashing.
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.


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