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New York Permit Practice Test 3

Are you prepared for your DMV Permit Test? Take our FREE NY Permit Practice Test right now and find out how much you know! Our test offers 25 comprehensive Permit questions, and shows your test results right away.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Parents of teens and their children should know the New York DMV regulations involving teen drivers, and how to prepare for the New York teen permit test.

Preparing your teen for a New York driving permit

Obtaining a New York teen driving permit is a milestone in every young person's life. It can also be very stressful on the parents of that teen as they try to ensure their child is ready to take to the road. Before teens take the test for their New York driving permit, their parents should review and outline the conditions of their teen's driving privileges.

Prospective drivers must know the rules of the road before they consider taking the DMV permit test. There are special regulations that apply to teenage drivers in the state of New York. It is important for both parents and teens to consult the New York Driver's Manual and NY permit practice test before applying for a New York teen permit. Your teen will find everything they need to know regarding the regulations that must be followed when driving with a New York teen permit.

An invaluable resource, a NY permit practice test is ideal for students and teens studying for the official DMV permit test. This NY permit practice test consists of 20 multiple choice questions similar to those on the written test. After they answer each question, the test will explain the correct answer and provide the section of the New York driver's manual where more information can be found. Once the test is complete, you will be given your score. The complete list of questions and answers is provided for review. The test can be taken multiple times in an effort to fully prepare your teen for their DMV permit test. There are multiple practice tests available, including a quiz on road signs and signals. The New York Teen Drivers Manual can be accessed from the same page as the practice test, allowing for easy review.

Examples

A "No Standing" sign means:
  • You may make a temporary stop to load or discharge merchandise or passengers.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
  • Stop only for a traffic signal and then you have to move.
  • You are only allowed to be in this spot if you are a person with disabilities.
Bicyclists:
  • Must use hand signals when turning.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • May never travel to the left side of the road for any reason.
  • May always carry passengers of any age.
Class B and Class C mopeds may be driven only:
  • In the right lane of traffic, as far to the right as possible.
  • In the left lane of traffic.
  • In the center lane of traffic.
  • In the right lane of traffic, as far to the left as possible.
  • In the right lane of traffic, in the center of the lane.
Directions given by traffic officers:
  • Take precedence over signs, signals, or pavement markings.
  • Should only be obeyed when you cannot see traffic signs.
  • Are meaningless.
  • Are secondary to posted signs, signals, and pavement markings.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
Front fog lights may be either:
  • Amber or white.
  • Red or yellow.
  • Red or orange.
  • Orange or yellow.