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Minnesota Driver's License Practice Test 3

Is it time for your DVS Driver's License test? Get fully prepared and take our FREE MN Driver's License Practice Test online now! Featuring 25 unique multiple choice questions, very similar to the ones found on the real Minnesota DMV Test.
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Minnesota Drivers License Practice Test Description

You will need to pass a couple of tests to receive your Minnesota drivers license. To be well prepared, study the drivers manual and take our practice test several times.

Why Take the Time to Practice?

When the time comes to take the Minnesota Drivers License Test, one of the best ways to ensure that you pass is to take the MN DVS Practice Test to learn and familiarize yourself with the material contained within the official test itself. Taking the practice tests when preparing to receive your Minnesota Drivers License is the best way to make sure that you not only pass, but also to ensure that you are a knowledgeable and responsible driver when it comes time to hit the road. There are a number of areas covered on the Minnesota Drivers License test including signs, signals, pavement markings, sharing the road and impaired driving.

Preparation is important because failing the Minnesota Drivers License test could mean additional costs of both time and money and would certainly mean a delay in you being able to drive. The Minnesota DVS Practice Test is a vital step in ensuring that you show up for the exam with all the knowledge and information needed to successfully pass the test. The free practice tests contain all of the most up-to-date and pertinent information that will be present on the Minnesota Drivers License exam.

There are a total of five MN DVS Practice Tests available as well as a Road Signs and Signals practice test, each containing 25 multiple-choice questions. The tests can be taken any number of times to ensure that you are more than prepared when the time comes to take the official test. To further provide you with all the information you could possibly need, handbooks and manuals are available covering the areas of teen permits, commercial licenses and motorcycle licenses. Visit today and take your first step on the road to becoming a licensed driver.

Minnesota DVS Sample Test Questions

A driver may be required to submit to a test to determine his blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level if the officer has found ______.
  • Probable cause.
  • Gloves.
  • No evidence.
  • None of the answers listed.
A yellow warning sign with two arrows, one pointing up and one down, indicates:
  • Two-way traffic ahead.
  • Merging traffic ahead.
  • Divided highway ends.
  • Crossroad ahead.
  • No passing zone.
Deer are most active during what time?
  • Early morning hours.
  • Midday hours.
  • Between dusk and dawn.
  • They're equally active throughout the day.
Hand and arm signals:
  • May be used in place of turn signals if your vehicle width allows others to see them.
  • Are no longer used in Minnesota.
  • Are only to be used by motorcycle riders or bicyclists.
  • May be used in place of turn signals on all vehicles.
How many seconds of following distance are recommended when following another car?
  • 2 seconds.
  • 3 seconds.
  • 4 seconds.
  • 5 seconds.
  • 6 seconds.