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Rhode Island Driver's License Practice Test

This FREE RI Driver's License Practice Test shows you what kind of questions to expect on your Rhode Island Driver's License Test. The online test is quick, free, and gives you immediate results backed by detailed explanations.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Rhode Island Driver’s License Practice Test

Earning your first Rhode Island driver’s license is a big deal—and we’re here to help make it a piece of cake! Our FREE Rhode Island driver’s license practice test features unique, state-specific questions and answers pulled right out of your DMV handbook, just like your actual license exam. You’ll get accurate, up-to-date information that will help you learn quickly and efficiently—that way, you’ll give yourself the best chance of passing your DMV license exam on the first try!

Your free Rhode Island practice test offers 25 expertly compiled multiple-choice questions and answers—the same format you can expect to see with your real DMV license exam. As you progress, you’ll get instant feedback on how you’re doing, including detailed explanations with each answer offering context to help you remember your studies. A comprehensive review at the end of your practice test highlights the areas where you might need to study further. Once you’ve done so, retake this Rhode Island practice test again—remember, it’s free!—to mark your progress. Then you’ll know when you’re ready to smash your RI DMV license exam!

Rhode Island Driver’s License Practice Test FAQs:

What’s on the Rhode Island driver’s license knowledge test?

The Rhode Island written knowledge test includes questions from your Rhode Island DMV driver’s handbook. Be prepared to answer questions on traffic laws and speed limits, sharing the road, right-of-way regulations, traffic signs, and more.

How does this practice test compare to the actual Rhode Island DMV license test?

Our Rhode Island driver’s license practice test is built using the information found in Rhode Island’s statutes and the RI DMV driver’s handbook, which is specific to Rhode Island driving laws. The questions on your practice test are the same as what you can expect to see on your DMV driver’s license knowledge exam. The Rhode Island DMV often switches up its exact questions from year to year, but the information you’re tested on doesn’t change.

How do I earn my Rhode Island driver’s license?

To earn your Rhode Island driver’s license, you must be at least 16 ½ years old and acquire a limited instructional permit (commonly known as a learner’s permit). If you’re under 18 years old, you must first complete an approved Driver’s Ed course before earning your permit, and you must hold your permit for at least 6 months while you complete at least 50 hours of supervised driving practice. Once you’ve passed a behind-the-wheel road test, you can earn your limited provisional license, which you’ll keep until you’re 17 years old.

if you’re 18 or older, you must only hold your learner’s permit for 30 days before you’re eligible to take your road test for your unrestricted driver’s license.

Examples

A safe stopping distance within ___ second(s) gives you the opportunity to stop safely without colliding with a person, vehicle or object.
  • 2
  • 4
  • 3
  • 1
After how many times of pumping your brakes will you know if your brakes are going to hold?
  • Six or eight pumps.
  • Five or seven pumps.
  • Four or six pumps.
  • Three or four pumps.
  • Two or five pumps.
Children under which age must be transported in a federally approved restraint seat positioned in the back seat of the vehicle?
  • 9 years of age.
  • 8 years of age.
  • 7 years of age.
  • 6 years of age.
  • 5 years of age.
Fines are doubled in construction zones ____ hours a day."
  • 12
  • 8
  • 9
  • 24
How old do you have to be to receive a level 3 full operator's license?
  • Between 15 years old and 15 years 6 months old.
  • Between 16 years old and 16 years 6 months old.
  • Between 17 years old and 17 years 6 months old.
  • Between 17 years 6 months old and 18 years old.