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Texas Driver's License Practice Test 2

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TX DPS Practice Test Description

Passing the Texas drivers license test is necessary in order to obtain your drivers license. To give yourself a better chance of doing so, find out more about our DPS Practice Test.

What You Need to Know About DPS Practice Test

The TX DPS practice test is designed to prepare you to pass the written portion of your final exams with ease. The questions aren't difficult, but as they are random questions, it can be hard to remember on test day everything that you studied for. This DPS practice test will help you to become aware of what you can expect when you're taking the real test. You will find that you'll become more accustomed to the whole testing atmosphere, which may even help to calm your nerves when the time comes to take the written exam.

The basic questions that can be found on the Texas drivers license test consist of driving rules and regulations that you must understand while you're on the road. These include everything from what to do to stay awake when driving long hours to speed limits within the city and out in the country. When studying for both the practice test and the final test, you can find everything you need to know in the Texas DPS Drivers Handbook.

While taking the TX DPS practice test, you'll be quizzed on 20 questions, all of them random. In order to pass this test, as well as the written exam, you'll need to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly, which equates to 16 out of 20. Even if you happen to fail your first time, you can take the quiz as many times as you need to be ready for the final exam. You can also take our Road Signs and Signals practice test for further preparation. When you do pass the test, you'll be that much closer to getting your Texas drivers license.


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%.