New York Road Rules Test 1

Are you ready to start driving in the state of New York? Before hitting the road, you must pass the New York Permit Test to obtain your learner’s permit. This may seem daunting, but with the proper preparation and resources, you can easily ace the test.

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On a two lane highway, the lanes are separated by a broken white line. What does this mean?

Question 1 of 25

Where do the majority of traffic crashes occur?

Question 2 of 25

Driving while intoxicated is committed with a blood-alcohol concentration at or over?

Question 3 of 25

If you hear or see an emergency vehicle heading towards you from any direction with emergency lights and/or siren on, what should you do?

Question 4 of 25

When preparing to pass, it is essential that you do what?

Question 5 of 25

When two drivers approach an intersection from opposite directions and reach it at the same time, which of these must yield?

Question 6 of 25

Under what circumstances is it legal to exceed the speed limit in passing another vehicle?

Question 7 of 25

A person under the age of 21 who is convicted of any alcohol or drug related traffic violation in another US state will have their license revoked for at least how long?

Question 8 of 25

Passing a stopped school bus will result in how many points being placed on your license?

Question 9 of 25

You must not make a U-turn in any location where other drivers cannot see your vehicle from what distance in any direction?

Question 10 of 25

What color are the lanes separating two lanes of traffic moving in the same direction?

Question 11 of 25

Making a left turn from a one-way road into another one-way road, you should position yourself…?

Question 12 of 25

You must always signal your indication to turn or change lanes at least what distance before you begin the man oeuvre?

Question 13 of 25

You may not leave a vehicle without a licensed driver within what distance of a fire hydrant?

Question 14 of 25

When you park on a hill, how should you set your wheels before leaving the vehicle?

Question 15 of 25

Approaching a stopped school bus with flashing red lights, you must stop at least what distance away?

Question 16 of 25

You must not pass within what distance of a railroad crossing a two-way roadway?

Question 17 of 25

You must not park within what distance of a railroad crossing?

Question 18 of 25

Making a three-point turn, your first action should be…?

Question 19 of 25

It is illegal to drive over an edge line unless…?

Question 20 of 25

When waiting at an intersection to turn left, your wheels should be angled…?

Question 21 of 25

When passing a motorcycle, how much space must you give them?

Question 22 of 25

If no speed limit is posted in New York state, you must not drive faster than what?

Question 23 of 25

Parallel parking should begin with your vehicle approximately what distance away (alongside) the vehicle you are going to park behind?

Question 24 of 25

A driver with their left arm pointing out of the window straight downwards is indicating what?

Question 25 of 25


 

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Getting Ready to Drive in New York? Prepare for the DMV Test NY

DMV Test NYIf you’re getting ready to obtain a driver’s license in New York, you may be aware that this state is one of the more challenging ones to obtain. The DMV test NY can certainly be passed, but learning what you need to know will take some time.

Preparing for the Test

To be able to take the test, you will have to obtain a learner permit initially. If you’re under 18, you’ll have to wait six months after you obtain the permit to schedule your test. You’ll also have to have several supervised practice driving hours documented. Make sure that you have this done and documented to avoid any problems.

New York also requires all drivers to complete a driver education course. This can be done with a standard 5-hour pre-licensing course; many high schools and colleges offer this or a similar course. Ensure that the DMV approves this.

Taking the Pre-Licensing Course

This course aims to provide new drivers with the essential knowledge they need to be safe on the road. The following topics will be covered in this course:

  • Driving within the transportation system
  • Driver habits and skills
  • Feelings, attitudes, and avoiding risk
  • Alcohol, drugs, and driving

This course will take five hours, although some high school and college classes may be longer and cover additional information. This course is offered through high schools and colleges but may also be taken at driving schools. To find any providers that offer the course, look online for the nearest available course.

Once you’ve completed this course, you’ll be given a pre-licensing course certificate or an MV-278. If you complete the course through high school or college, you’ll receive a student certificate or an MV-285. You must have one of these forms to schedule your road test and ensure that you bring the original certificate to the test to turn it in to the license examiner.

The course does not offer any hands-on driving instruction, although some driving classes may also have this component. This is not required but is a good idea. The course certificate will be valid for one year, so make sure that you take the course within a year of when you want to obtain your license.

Complete Supervised Practice Driving

If you’re under 18, you’ll have to complete supervised driving practice hours. You’ll need at least 50 hours of practice driving. Additionally, New York requires that at least 15 hours of driving be done at night and 10 hours in moderate to heavy traffic. To verify that you’ve completed these hours, you’ll bring a certificate of supervised driving or an MV-262 completed by a parent or guardian. This is not required if you’re over 18, although you should practice driving before taking the test.

Practice for the Test

When taking the test, the DMV will grade each driver on certain aspects of driving. If you want to be in the best shape to drive the test, you may want to brush up on your driving skills. These are the components that you’ll be graded on:

  • Steering- steer smoothly and avoid any abrupt movements
  • Acceleration- should be done smoothly and moderately
  • Braking- slow brake as much as possible
  • Speed- follow the speed limits
  • Following distance- keep an adequate space between you and the driver ahead of you
  • Traffic signs, signals, and markings- know the meanings and follow them
  • Lane position the car in the correct lane and signal before turning
  • Stopping position- make sure to stop behind the line or crosswalk

Taking the Test

You can schedule and take the road test once you have the required documentation and hours. You will have to have a vehicle to take the test, so make sure you have one before scheduling. The test is relatively short, but the process may take a few hours, so plan if needed. This information will put you in the best possible shape to pass the test.