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Ohio Permit Practice Test 5

Your Permit Test is coming up, and we're here to help you pass! Study by taking our QUICK and FREE OH Permit Practice Test. Just answer 25 multiple choice questions, and receive detailed answers directly from the manual.
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Preparing for the OH Teen Permit Practice Test

Earning your Ohio driving permit is the first step towards your driver's license. First, you must take a variety of driving aptitude tests, which our OH permit practice test will help prepare you for. One of the most important milestones in a teenager's life is earning the freedom to drive. To gain your Ohio teen permit, the Ohio BMV requires you to pass the written test and the driving skills test. The written test is designed to assess your driving knowledge while the driving skills test is where you put that knowledge into practice. The written exam covers rules of the road and traffic signs. Our OH permit practice test focuses on the rules of the road you will need to know for the written exam.

Study Methods for the BMV Permit Test

While this permit practice test is meant to replicate the BMV permit test, the questions are entirely random on both the quiz and the final exam. As such, you need to read through the Ohio BMV Drivers Handbook Manual. Taking this practice test a few times will give you a glimpse of what the BMV permit test will be like. It will also help you to identify the subject matter you will need to study further.

The practice quiz contains 20 multiple-choice questions. You must answer 16 or more of these questions correctly in order to pass with a score of 80 percent or higher. Even if you fail the first time, the quiz can be taken an unlimited number of times. For more info on the subject material you should study before the test, take a look through the Digest of Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws. You will also find that our Road Signs and Signals practice test will help you pass any other examinations.


A center lane marked with solid and dashed yellow lines is used as:
  • A shared left turn lane.
  • A special lane for emergency vehicles only.
  • A breakdown lane for disabled cars.
  • A passing lane.
A motorcycle TIPIC may be obtained at what age?
  • 15 years, six months.
  • 14 years.
  • 14 years, 6 months.
  • 15 years.
  • 16 years.
A parked vehicle on the street should be no more than:
  • 12 inches from the curb.
  • 3 inches from the curb.
  • 6 inches from the curb.
  • 18 inches from the curb.
  • 24 inches from the curb.
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 yellow warning sign with five sides is reserved for:
  • School crossings.
  • Railroad crossings.
  • Slow-moving vehicles.
  • No passing zones.
  • Wrong Way signs.