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Texas Permit Practice Test 3

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Don't Let Getting Your Texas Driving Permit Get You Down

Are you worried about taking the test for your Texas learner's permit? Instead of worrying, take our practice tests and get yourself prepared.

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Texas is just one of a few states that provides teen drivers with a number of options when it comes to getting their Texas teen permit. If you're over the age of 18, you have the right to complete an approved driver training course online and take the DPS permit test from home. If you're under the age of 18, you need to take an offline driving course. The state also requires that those applying for a Texas driving permit be over the age of 15, show that they're currently enrolled in school and present a completed application packet. If you own a car or have a car in your name, the state also requires that you present proof of insurance when applying for your Texas teen permit.

After taking the DPS permit test, you shouldn't expect to just jump in the car and enjoy the freedom to do whatever you want while driving. State laws prohibit teen drivers from texting or talking on a cellphone while driving. Many cities across the state have strict laws and will punish teens with community service and/or substantial fines if they use any type of electronic device while driving. You may also find that your city has restrictions on when you can drive and the number of people that you can transport in your vehicle.

We believe that every teen driver deserves the chance to pass his or her DPS permit test, which is why we offer a TX permit practice test. Have you looked over the handbook dozens of times and found yourself wondering which topics will appear on the test? Maybe you feel like you have a handle on road signs and traffic signs, but aren't too sure about other parts of the test. With our TX permit practice test, you can take as long as you need to complete the 20 questions. As we offer unlimited access to that test, you can test yourself each and every day leading up to your appointment.

Texas DPS Sample Test Questions

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 round yellow sign with an X symbol on it indicates:
  • A railroad crossing.
  • An upcoming intersection.
  • A no-passing zone.
  • Do not enter.
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.
Bicyclists should not:
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • Carry more than the number of individuals the bike is designated for.
  • Ride opposite the flow of traffic.
  • Attach the bicycle or person to a moving streetcar.
  • Carry any package or bundle which prevents the rider from keeping at least one hand on the handlebars.
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%.