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New Mexico Driver's License Practice Test 5

Learn how to pass your Driver's License Test the first time! Try our FREE NM Driver's License Practice Test and get familiar with the types of driving questions found on the real DMV test, taken straight from the New Mexico manual.
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New Mexico Drivers License Practice Test Description

Preparing to take the New Mexico driver?s license exam is a daunting experience for some. Going into the test blind is difficult. Because the people taking the test are usually teens with little experience in what is involved in obtaining a New Mexico drivers license, anxiety builds up and can cause unnecessary mistakes. That?s why taking the New Mexico drivers license practice test is the smart way to get started and prepare.

Getting Ready to Take the New Mexico Drivers License Test

Every test section on the practice test site has several NM MVD practice test tabs to choose from. This gives every candidate several types of test to make sure they have the full range of knowledge necessary and are ready for the official DMV test. There are also several tests covering standard DMV information. The questions are randomized so that you never get the same question asked in the same way. On each test selection tab there is a short New Mexico drivers license practice test description that explains what the test in that section covers.

Take the MVD practice test is a great way for license applicants, both new and experienced drivers, to build confidence and make sure they have the knowledge necessary to get your license on the first try. There are several sections to give you a complete skill set test and a good variety of questions. If you are a new driver, the tests help you familiarize yourself with the type of questions asked, and be sure you have thoroughly learned all of the rules of the road and operational aspects of cars. If you are an older driver needing to renew your license and take the DMV test these tests can refresh your knowledge of the rules of the road and good driving habits.

Older drivers who have lots of experience behind the wheel may have developed habits along the way that do not conform with accepted driving practices. Those habits are so ingrained they seem normal and may cause an older driver to fail the New Mexico drivers license test. Taking the NM MVD practice test gives the older driver taking the test to renew their license a chance to recognize errors.

On the site you can get handbooks for all of New Mexico drivers license testing requirements including teen permits, standard driver?s license, commercial and motorcycle licenses.


Anytime you want to merge with other traffic, you need a gap of how many seconds?
  • Three.
  • Four.
  • Two.
  • One.
For a vehicle with automatic transmission, what must you do when starting the car?
  • Nothing. Simply turn on the ignition and go.
  • Put the shift selector in "park".
  • Sound the horn to let anyone nearby know you are about to move the vehicle.
  • None of the listed answers.
How can you reduce the risk of a vehicle emergency?
  • Avoid travelling on the highway.
  • Avoid driving at night.
  • Always bring your cell phone with you when driving.
  • Follow the recommended maintenance on your vehicle.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
If your engine suddenly dies while you are driving, what should you do?
  • Immediately open the car door and exit the vehicle.
  • Keep a strong grip on the steering wheel and pull off the roadway.
  • Honk your horn loudly to request assistance.
  • Brace for impact with possible obstacles, letting go of the wheel, and hope for the best.
In city traffic, how far ahead of your vehicle should you look?
  • One city block.
  • Two city blocks.
  • Two car lengths.
  • One car length.
  • To the nearest intersection.