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Take our FREE TX Driver's License Practice Test now! It's an online quiz with 25 unique questions, in-depth explanations, and instant test results. Be totally prepared for the Texas DMV Driver's License test in no time!
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Texas Driver’s License Practice Test

Your Texas driver’s license is just within your grasp—but first, you’ll need to pass the DPS written knowledge exam. So give yourself the head start you need by studying with our FREE Texas driver’s license practice test! We’ve designed this practice test exclusively for Texas drivers, offering state-specific sample questions that are directly out of the DPS handbook. It’s all of the info you need to know to pass your DPS exam, packaged into a more efficient studying experience so you can get out onto the roads quickly and responsibly.

Our TX license practice test features 25 multiple-choice questions with detailed answers and explanations throughout the entire experience. You’re also getting the same format as the DPS written test, so you can prepare for the exam environment that you’ll encounter. You’ll benefit from real-time feedback, so you know how you’re doing as you go, and instant results at the end which include a comprehensive review of the entire exam. Use it to see which topics require further study, then come back and retake this free TX practice test again to mark your improvement. That way, you’ll know when you’re ready to ace the real thing!

Texas Driver’s License Practice Test FAQs:

What questions are on the Texas driver’s license knowledge test?

The TX DPS driver’s license exam will test you on the driving laws and safety regulations found within the DPS driver’s handbook. These include, but aren’t limited to, speed limits, passing laws, right-of-way laws, following rules, parking regulations, road signs, and traffic signals.

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.

Texas DPS Sample Test Questions

A "4-WAY" sign added to a stop sign at an intersection indicates that:
  • All approaching traffic to this intersection must stop.
  • The road ahead is closed.
  • The street ahead is for one-way traffic traveling in the opposite direction.
  • The vehicle last to the intersection must turn right.
A round yellow sign with an X symbol on it indicates:
  • A railroad crossing.
  • An upcoming intersection.
  • A no-passing zone.
  • Do not enter.
A traditional "four-way" signalized intersection has 32 potential conflict points. A modern roundabout reduces the number of conflict points to:
  • 8
  • 1
  • 5
  • 10
Bicyclists are required to ride:
  • As far to the right in the lane as possible when safe.
  • As far to the left in the lane as possible.
  • In the middle of the lane.
  • Anywhere they want to.
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%.