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Tennessee Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

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

Tennessee Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

A big part of earning your Tennessee driver's license is being able to correctly identify and safely maneuver through the multiple types of traffic signs and signals you’ll encounter every day on Tennessee’s roads. In fact, it’s a major part of your TN driver’s license or permit exam—so we’ll help make sure you’re fully prepared to ace it with flying colors. Our FREE Tennessee road signs and traffic signals practice test is unique to YOU as a Tennessee driver, with state-specific sample questions and answers on the road signs and signals you’ll see every day once you earn your TN driver’s license.

Using only the most accurate and up-to-date information available, our proven study methods help you quickly and efficiently identify and remember TN state and interstate road signs and traffic signals. The multiple-choice format of our free Tennessee road signs and traffic signals practice test mimics your real DOS exam, and detailed explanations help you understand the proper right-of-way procedures to apply to each sign or signal. We’ve included questions you can expect to see right on your actual TN permit or license exam, including right-of-way rules at unregulated T-intersections, the difference between a warning sign and an information sign, and more. Make sure you’re fully prepared before scheduling your DOS permit or license exam!

Our free TN practice test includes 25 questions and answers from the DOS driver’s manual, with instant feedback and a review of any missed questions at the end. If you missed any questions, this will help you understand which signals or signs you need to focus more attention on, so that you can take this test again and see how much you’ve improved. It’s always free and available to you 24/7!

Tennessee Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test FAQs:

How is the Tennessee road signs test different from the driver’s license exam?

The Tennessee traffic signs and signals test is a part of the full DOS license or permit test. Depending on how the DOS structures its test from year to year, it may be its own section of the license exam, or you may find traffic signal questions sprinkled throughout all of the test questions.

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

To pass your road signs and signals portion of the Tennessee license test, you’ll need to correctly identify road signs, including speed limit signs, construction signs, warning signs, and more. You’ll also need to know how to safely approach and pass through signals like traffic lights, roundabouts, and intersections.

Does this practice test have the same questions as the actual Tennessee permit and license exam?

Yes! The questions on this practice test were taken directly from the Tennessee driver’s handbook, which is the very same source the DOS uses to create its official license test.

Examples

This rectangular sign with black text on a white background signifies what?
  • Road closed.
  • Posted speed limit.
  • Merge.
  • Bus lane.
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 sign with black lettering let's you know that:
  • This is a no-pass zone.
  • Passing is permitted when it is safe.
  • You may pass on the shoulder.
  • If you use your horn, drivers must pull over.
This rectangular, white sign with black symbols tells that you must:
  • Keep to the right.
  • Merge to the fast lane.
  • Slow down.
  • Perform a U-turn.
This white rectangular sign with black lettering and symbol means that you have to:
  • Stay to the right.
  • Merge to right.
  • Keep to the left
  • Turn around.