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Oregon Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

Practice your Oregon Road Signs and Traffic Signals with this FREE practice test!
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Oregon Road & Traffic Signs Practice Test

With so many signs and signals to remember, it’s easy to stress over your Oregon traffic signs test. But our FREE OR road and traffic signs practice test makes earning your Oregon driver’s license a piece of cake! Our state-specific Oregon practice test focuses on the traffic signs and pavement markings unique to Oregon’s roads, as well as important and common traffic signals you’ll need to know how to handle. Because each state’s traffic signs and signals are different, we make sure that you’re studying exactly the information you need as an Oregon driver so you can pass your permit or license exam.

This free 25-question road signs practice test provides real sample multiple-choice questions, just like you’ll see on your actual Oregon DMV exam. Using tried and true testing methods that help you learn more efficiently, you’ll study the difference between state and interstate traffic signs, safety laws for railroad crossings, hazard warning signs, pavement markings, and more. Our materials are accurate and up to date with the most recent Oregon DMV regulations as found in the state handbook, so you can rest assured that you’re studying the right material to help you pass your test. Instant feedback shows and detailed answers make it easy to see how you’re doing and whether you need more studying in a particular area. Use the review at the end to focus on the signs and signals that need a bit more practice, and come back to this free practice test as many times as you need to feel fully prepared for the real thing.

Oregon Road and Traffic Signs Test FAQs:

What’s the difference between the regular Oregon license or permit test and the road signs test?

The road and traffic signs test is a specific section within the full Oregon driver’s license exam. Some states separate this out as its own mini test, while others just incorporate traffic signs questions into the overall content of the licensing test. Oregon switches up its tests from year to year, so be prepared for either format.

What do I need to pass my Oregon road signs and traffic signals exam?

You’ll need to be able to identify different categories of road signs, such as information, hazard, construction, and guide signs. You’ll also need to know the meaning behind various traffic signals (for example: what is a flashing yellow light at an intersection?) and how to maneuver through them using proper right-of-way protocols.

Does this free road signs practice test have the same questions as the actual Oregon license and permit test?

Yes! The questions on your OR practice test are taken directly from the Oregon driver’s handbook. You can expect to see this same information on your OR permit or license exam.

Examples

This black, rectangular sign with a white arrow and black lettering means what?
  • Traffic may ONLY go in this one direction.
  • Traffic is advised to go this direction unless it's clear.
  • Turn on your headlights and proceed with caution.
  • You can drive the opposite direction if in reverse.
This circular yellow sign with black markings identifies what?
  • Renovation zone.
  • A school zone.
  • Railroad station.
  • Railroad crossing ahead and to proceed with caution.
This rectangular sign with red lettering and symbol, indicates what?
  • If you have the correct permit, parking is acceptable.
  • You may only park here for one hour.
  • You may not park on the side of the road in this direction.
  • No parking here Monday - Friday.
This rectangular white and green sign with black text, informs you to ______.
  • Consider the speed limit if flashing.
  • Use no speed limit if light not flashing.
  • Speed up to beat traffic.
  • Reduce your speed to posted limit if the light is flashing.
This rectangular, half black and half white, indicates that ________.
  • You're sharing the side of the road with a bike lane.
  • It's okay to utilize an empty bike lane.
  • Motor vehicles have the right of way.
  • Motorcycles can use the bike lane.