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Sample Question #1

Move Over for Stopped VehiclesWhen approaching stopped vehicles:

A. Remain in your lane of traffic and do not reduce speed.

B. Change lanes so you do not drive next to the stopped vehicle.

C. Reduce your speed by 10 miles per hour under the posted speed limit.

 

Sample Question #2

This sign means:No Right Turn

A. A right turn is not allowed.

B. Turns are not allowed.

C. A left turn is not allowed.


 

Sample Question #3

Oregon's Implied Consent Law means that by driving a motor vehicle you have agreed you will:DMV Logo

A. Keep your vehicle equipment in safe operating condition.

B. Maintain liability insurance as long as you drive.

C. Take a breath, blood or urine test if arrested for driving under the influence. 

 

Sample Question #4

A double solid yellow line means:Double Yellow Line

A. You may turn across the line to enter or exit a roadway.

B. You may cross over the lines to pass slower traffic on the right.

C. You may not turn across the line to enter or exit a roadway.

 

Sample Question #5

If using your high beams, you must dim your lights when oncoming traffic is within:DMV Logo

A. 500 feet.

B. 450 feet.

C. 400 feet. 

 

Sample Question #6

WhenDMV Logo approaching a public transit bus from behind, when must you yield for the bus to re-enter traffic?

A. If the bus has turned on its hazard lights.

B. Only when the bus doors are open.

C. When the bus has its turn signal and flashing yield sign on.

 

Sample Question #7

ADMV Logo safe following distance is defined as:

A. 2 – 4 seconds.

B. No more than 2 seconds.

C. At least 5 seconds.

 

Sample Question #8

Front ViewYou are on a two-way street, stopped at an intersection. Can you legally turn left on a red light into a one-way street?

A. No. You must wait for the green light.

B. Yes, after yielding to other traffic and pedestrians.

C. Only if there is a green arrow with the red light.

 

Sample Question #9

DMV LogoWhen passing bicyclists at speeds greater than 35 mph:

A. Leave enough distance to prevent contact with the bicyclist if they were to fall.

B. Drive faster so you can get past them quicker.

C. Lightly honk your horn so they will give you more room to pass.

 

Sample Question #10

DMV LogoAs a driver, you must stop for a pedestrian(s) at an intersection:

A. Only if the pedestrian is in a marked (painted) crosswalk. 

B.  Only if the pedestrian is on the other side of a safety island.

C.  If the pedestrian is in a marked or unmarked crosswalk.

 

Sample Question #11

Yellow LightYou are approaching an intersection with a traffic signal and the light changes from green to yellow. You should:

A. Slow down and continue through the intersection.

B. Stop before entering the intersection unless you are too close to stop safely.

C. Stop immediately.

 

Sample Question #12

DMV LogoWhen going uphill on an ice-covered road:

A. Speed up to get to the top faster.

B. Use just enough power to keep moving.

C. Use the brakes to slow down constantly.

 

Sample Question #13

Divided Highway 

This sign means: 

A. Keep Right.

B. Lane Reduction.

C. Divided Highway Ends.


 

Sample Question #14

School CrossingIf you are unsure if school is in session, you should:

A. Slow down to 20 mph.

B.  Stop for pedestrians.

C.  Continue traveling the designated speed limit for non-school days.

 

Sample Question #15

DMV LogoA blind spot:

A.  Is not necessary to check when making lane changes to the left.

B.  Can be seen using your right side view mirror.

C.  Is the area around your vehicle that you cannot see from your rear or side view mirrors. 

 

Sample Question #16

T IntersectionWho has the right-of-way at a “T” intersection with no signs or signals?

A.  Traffic on the through road.

B.  All traffic must stop and the driver on the right has the right-of-way.

C.  Traffic on the road that ends at the “T” intersection.

 

Sample Question #17

DMV LogoHow does Oregon law restrict the use of a mobile electronic device for drivers under the age of 18 while operating a motor vehicle?

A.  Drivers can read text messages but are not allowed to respond.

B.  Drivers must use a hands-free accessory to use a mobile electronic device.

C.  Drivers cannot use a mobile electronic device when operating a vehicle.

 

Sample Question #18

DMV LogoWeaving through traffic can:

A.  Get you where you want to go faster.

B.  Take longer to get to your destination.

C.  Increase the risk of a crash. 

 

Sample Question #19

DMV LogoIn order to safely back up your vehicle, you should:

A.  Turn your body and head both directions and look out through the rear window.

B.  Rely on your rearview mirror and backup camera only.

C.  Get out of your vehicle to check for children and animals before backing.

 

Sample Question #20

DMV LogoWhen parking uphill against a curb:

A.  Turn your front wheels toward the curb.

B.  Turn your front wheels toward the travel lane.

C.  Keep your front wheels straight.

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