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Ohio Permit Practice Test 4

Want to know what questions will be on the BMV Permit Test? Our OH Permit Practice Test is FREE, and has questions just like the ones on the real BMV test. Take this practice test now and get prepared.
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OH Permit Practice Test Description

Receiving an Ohio driving permit is the initial step towards becoming a licensed driver. You will need to first pass a few tests, which our OH permit practice test can help you with.

How to Ace the BMV Permit Test

To receive an Ohio teen permit, you must pass a number of tests that the Ohio BMV has set up to assess your driving skills and knowledge. By studying hard and practicing often, you will find that the driving exams are easy to pass. There are two exams you must take, a written test and a driving skills test. The written exam features two sections, one that covers driving rules and regulations and another that covers common traffic signs and signals. Our OH permit practice test has been designed to replicate the BMV permit test in style and tone.

The practice test and written exam are similar, both containing multiple-choice questions on the same subject matter. But both have randomized question sets. Taking the practice test multiple times will help you understand how the BMV permit test works and what you can expect to see on it, hopefully, allowing you to easily pass the permit test.

This practice test has 20 questions. It is up to you to answer at least 16 correctly in order to pass. In comparison, the permit test includes 20 questions as well, though only 15 will need to be correct to pass. The topics covered include such driving rules as properly using your turn signals and the occasions when you can turn left on a red light. All of this information is contained within the Digest of Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws. For additional preparation, take our road signs and signals practice test.

Ohio BMV Sample Test Questions

  • They are hitchhiking.
  • They are performing public works.
  • They are in a rest area.
  • They have had an emergency or breakdown of their vehicle.
A sign with two arrows, one pointing up and one down, going around a half-oval at the top of the sign, indicates:
  • Divided highway begins.
  • Slippery road ahead.
  • Merging traffic.
  • Narrow bridge.
A speeding violation in excess of 30 mph above the speed limit results in a penalty of:
  • 4 points.
  • 2 points.
  • 6 points.
  • Automatic suspension.
A steady hand signal at a crosswalk indicates:
  • No pedestrian crossing is allowed at any time at that intersection.
  • That pedestrians have the right-of-way.
  • That crossing is only allowed with a crossing guard or police officer.
  • That pedestrians may cross only if traffic is clear.
After a crash, all the following information must be collected from the other driver(s) involved except:
  • Their Social Security number.
  • Their name.
  • Their address.
  • Their driver's license number.
  • Their insurance information.