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Texas Driver's License Practice Test 4

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The Best Chance of Getting Your Texas Drivers License

As you prepare to take your Texas Drivers License Test, visit this site, which has an array of materials and a TX DPS Practice Test to help get you ready for the official test. Take the DPS Practice Test from the comfort of your own home, and as many times as you wish.

How the Quiz Works

When you first pull up the site, you'll be given an overview of any available tests for any particular state. Next, you have the option to read or download the various driver manuals for Texas. Once you select the type of quiz you wish to take, you'll have an unlimited amount of time to complete the test. In order to pass, you must obtain a score above 80 percent. At the beginning of the quiz, you'll be asked questions applicable to the style of the practice test. Read the questions and answers thoroughly. Select an answer, and click on the submit answer button. The next screen will identify your response as correct or incorrect. In both cases, the system will provide instructions on where the appropriate answer can be located within the Texas Driving Manual.

You may decide you need to spend more time studying after taking the quiz. Fortunately, the site offers these additional tests for future Texas drivers: TX DPS Teen Permit, TX DPS New to State Drivers, TX DPS Drivers License Renewal, TX DPS CDL Endorsement, TX DPS Motorcycle Permit, and TX DPS Road Signs and Signals. Once you've completed any of the tests you feel will help, you may find additional information located within the Daily Driver Blog. This site provides future drivers with advice and tips on how to succeed on the day of the driving 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 hearing impaired driver or bicyclist may display:
  • A white flag with a red ear and circle with slash.
  • A red flag with a white ear and circle with slash.
  • An American flag.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
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.
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
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.