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North Dakota Driver's License Practice Test 4

Find out how prepared you really are for the DOT Driver's License Test. Take our ND Driver's License Practice Test for FREE, then see how well you scored. Get detailed answers and helpful information instantly online.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

North Dakota Drivers License Practice Test Description and Strategies

When test-taking makes you nervous, you need to prepare thoroughly before the big exam day. Taking our ND DOT practice test gets you set for driving success.

Set Your Goals High with Our DOT Practice Test

The North Dakota drivers license test is no different than any other exam: You need to study the material in order to pass. Although you may feel comfortable behind the steering wheel, you still have to demonstrate adequate knowledge about the rules of the road. Because there are a lot of rules, studying the subjects through our practice tests is a smart way to ingrain the information permanently in your mind. You'll learn about the dos and don'ts on the road, such as an expired license issue discussed in this blog.

What happens when you have a fender bender? Do you keep your hands on the steering wheel at 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock? Both of these questions are core principles you must learn to drive safely each day. When you apply for a North Dakota drivers license, the exam encompasses state laws, federal regulations, road signs and basic courtesy. You want to be familiar with all these concepts to answer the written test questions accurately. Once you practice the ideas and apply them in a test scenario, you then add them to your hands-on driving skills.

Walking into a test room, you'll need to recall the top test subjects, such as local and national safety laws. Study the major laws that may come up on a test by visiting this blog for a list of what to look for. Being prepared calms your nerves and provides a relaxed test-taking atmosphere. Take a deep breath and analyze each question one at a time. You don't need a perfect score because an 80 percent passing rate qualifies you for driving on North Dakota roads. Start your studying early by visiting our practice tests several times. Take many different ones to experience nearly all the subjects possible on the state test before you go in to take your official exam.

Examples

A fully loaded tractor trailer may take _____________ to stop on dry pavement.
  • More than 50 feet
  • More than 100 feet
  • More than 200 feet
  • More than 300 feet
  • More than 400 feet
About how many miles of driving does it take before teens start showing the most improvement?
  • They start showing improvement right away.
  • 100 miles.
  • 500 miles.
  • 1000 miles.
  • 5000 miles.
All North Dakota residents much have a valid license to drive unless:
  • They are on Active Duty and stationed in North Dakota.
  • They have a letter from their parents.
  • They are opposed to paying new fees.
  • They don't feel like it.
All turn signals should be given what distance before a turn?
  • At least 25 feet before.
  • At least 50 feet before.
  • At least 75 feet before.
  • At least 100 feet before.
Children under what age should be placed in the back seat of a vehicle with air bags?
  • 4 years old.
  • 6 years old.
  • 8 years old.
  • 10 years old.
  • 12 years old.