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Texas Driver's License Practice Test

This FREE TX Driver's License Practice Test shows you what kind of questions to expect on your Texas Driver's License Test. The online test is quick, free, and gives you immediate results backed by detailed explanations.
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Texas Driver’s License Practice Test

Ready to finally earn your Texas driver’s license? The best chance of passing your DPS license exam on your first try is by studying with our FREE Texas driver’s license practice test. We provide accurate, up-to-date, and state-specific REAL sample questions right from the most recent Texas driving laws as found in your DPS driver’s manual, along with the most efficient study tools available to help you ace your exam with flying colors.

This free Texas DPS practice test includes 25 multiple-choice questions that mimic the format of the actual DPS licensing exam. We’ll quiz you on the topics you should expect to see on your real test, such as Texas speed limits, road signs, parking laws, and more. Throughout your test, you’ll get real-time feedback with complete explanations for each answer. If you miss any questions, you’ll get instant test results where you can see a review of your entire exam. This helps you target your next study session to only the topics where you need some more studying. And by retaking this TX practice test multiple times—it’s always FREE—you can track your progress and see how quickly you’re learning.

Texas Driver’s License Practice Test FAQs:

How do I pass the Texas driver’s license knowledge test?

The best way to pass the Texas driver’s license exam is to closely study your DPS driver’s handbook, which includes all of the topics you could potentially be tested on. Then, track your learning progress by continually taking our free online Texas practice test so you can see how well you’ve absorbed the information.

How accurate is this TX DPS driver’s license test?

Our Texas driver’s license practice test is comprised of the most up-to-date information found in your driver’s handbook, which is what the DPS uses each year to build its licensing exams. We regularly review our materials to make sure any new law updates are reflected, so you’re getting the most accurate practice test possible.

How do I earn my Texas driver’s license?

To earn your Texas driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old. Depending on your age, you must also either complete a state-approved driver education course (for teens under 18 years old) or a 6-hour adult driver education course (for adults 18 through 24 years old).

If you’re 25 or older, you aren’t required to complete any state-mandated education course before applying for a driver’s license. All drivers must pass a written knowledge exam and a behind-the-wheel road test.

Additionally, teens under 18 years old must first hold a Texas learner’s permit for at least 6 months and complete at least 30 hours of supervised driving practice before taking the behind-the-wheel road exam.


A solid yellow line indicates:
  • A no-passing zone.
  • That you may pass.
  • A one-way road.
  • That the lane is coming to an end.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
Compared to when your car is stationary, a driver traveling at 60 mph has his field of vision reduced to:
  • 20%.
  • 75%.
  • 50%.
  • 25%.
  • 10%.
If a crash has resulted in more than $1000 worth of damage, you must file a written report to the Department of Transportation no longer than:
  • 10 days after the crash.
  • 1 day after the crash.
  • 7 days after the crash.
  • 15 days after the crash.
If an emergency vehicle is stopped on the road with its lights flashing, you should:
  • Slow down to a speed that is 20 mph below the speed limit and move out of the lane closest to the emergency vehicle.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
  • Slow down by 20 mph.
  • Only slow down to a speed that is 20 mph below the speed limit.
  • Speed up and get out of the way as quickly as possible.
If you are being stopped by law enforcement:
  • Move the vehicle safely to the right of the road as soon as possible and stop.
  • Accelerate the vehicle.
  • Avoid pulling to the side of the road.
  • Move the vehicle safely to the left of the road as soon as possible and stop.