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New Hampshire Driver's License Practice Test 4

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New Hampshire Drivers License Practice Test Description

To obtain a New Hampshire drivers license, you must pass the NH DMV driving test. Ensure your ability to pass the first time by taking our NH DMV practice test several times as you study.

How Taking Our NH DMV Practice Test Will Help You

Earning your drivers license is a big deal! You can only qualify to drive by passing the state's test of your driving knowledge and ability, but do not feel intimidated. To pass, all you have to do is prepare by taking our New Hampshire DMV practice test to ensure you learn the material.

The New Hampshire DMV will test your knowledge of driving rules and road signs as well as your actual on-road driving skills. Our NH practice test will help you prepare for the driving rules portion of your state's test. Expect to be asked about the rules for registering a vehicle in New Hampshire, how to safely pass on a two-lane road, what to do when you are the first motorist to encounter an accident and much more. These facts matter during your test and on your state's roads! You should take the practice test as many times as you can before you take the New Hampshire drivers license test. This way, you can have a full understanding of the material for the test and for your own driving.

When you arrive to test for your New Hampshire drivers license, expect our practice test to help you feel confident and prepared for the testing environment. Our practice test will also help you feel ready for your state's multiple-choice test structure. To pass New Hampshire's test with a score of 80 percent or higher, you must correctly answer 20 or more of the test's 25 random questions. To prepare yourself for the test's random question order, take our practice test as many times as you can. All the information you need to pass your test can be found in the New Hampshire Drivers Manual. You can get ready for the road signs portion of your state's test by taking our Road Signs and Signals practice test.


A motor vehicle horn must be loud enough to be heard from ___ away.
  • 200 feet
  • 100 feet
  • 150 feet
  • 50 feet
How old must you be, at least, in order to get a New Hampshire license?
  • 21 years.
  • 13 years.
  • 16 years.
  • 18 years.
Never park on a hill or curve, or any other place unless others can see the vehicle from at least ___ in each direction.
  • 200 feet
  • 50 feet
  • 100 feet
  • 25 feet
Parking is not allowed in the following places except ___.
  • On a sidewalk.
  • On a bridge.
  • In an intersection.
  • In a lot.
Single solid white lines between lanes indicates:
  • Passing only on the left is allowed.
  • No lane changing or passing is allowed.
  • The lane is an HOV or truck lane.
  • A breakdown lane for cars.