New York Road Rules Test 6

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Which of these can cause hydroplaning in wet conditions?

Question 1 of 25

If you change the address on your driver's license, you must inform the DMV within what timeframe?

Question 2 of 25

Tailgating another vehicle will result in how many points being placed on your record?

Question 3 of 25

Question 4 of 25

What causes most rear-end accidents?

Question 5 of 25

On crosswalks or driveways, which of these is considered a pedestrian?

Question 6 of 25

If another vehicle passes you on the left, what should you do?

Question 7 of 25

When turning left onto a one-way road with two lanes, you must…?

Question 8 of 25

Refusing to take a chemical test for alcohol or other drugs for drivers over 21 incurs a minimum license revocation of how long?

Question 9 of 25

A crosswalk is indicated by what?

Question 10 of 25

Driving while intoxicated incurs a minimum license revocation of…?

Question 11 of 25

Even if they have a license from another jurisdiction, nobody can drive in New York State if they are below the age of…?

Question 12 of 25

Drivers under the age of 21 will have their licenses suspended for six months if they have a blood alcohol concentration at or over…?

Question 13 of 25

Aggravated driving while intoxicated is committed with a blood alcohol concentration at or over…?

Question 14 of 25

Using a mobile telephone or other portable electronic device when driving will incur how many points on your license?

Question 15 of 25

Three passing a school bus violations within three years earns a driver license revocation for at least…?

Question 16 of 25

A traffic light which has a green arrow and a red light mean that…?

Question 17 of 25

Junior permit and Junior license holders will have their licenses suspended for a serious traffic violation (three points or more) for how long?

Question 18 of 25

What time of day are deer-vehicle collisions most likely to occur?

Question 19 of 25

If you experience a tire blowout, when should you brake?

Question 20 of 25

The center left-turn lane may be used for…?

Question 21 of 25

Traveling more than 40 mph over the speed limit will result in how many points on your license?

Question 22 of 25

If you are convicted of texting or a cellphone violation, your probationary license will be suspended for how long?

Question 23 of 25

When do two thirds of all deer-vehicle collisions in New York state occur?

Question 24 of 25

If your rear wheels start to skid, what should you do?

Question 25 of 25


 

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Take a DMV Permit Practice Test NY to Increase Your Chances for Success in the NY Driving Test

DMV Permit Practice Test NYSuccess in a driving test depends on practical expertise and theoretical knowledge. The New York Department of Motor Vehicles (NY DMV) Practice Permit Test is especially designed to help you pass the New York (NY) Driving Test.

To pass the written permit test, you should be able to correctly answer at least 14 out of the 20 multiple-choice questions. This includes answering a minimum of 2 out of 4 questions about road signs correctly. For a motorcycle permit, you are required to give the correct answer to 3 out of 5 questions related to motorcycles.

The following tips will help you ace your written driving test and bring you a step closer to receiving your driving license:

1.    Road Signs and Traffic Lights

A good knowledge of the various road signs and traffic light indications is essential for passing the NY driving test. The NY DMV Permit Practice Test thoroughly tests your knowledge to help you succeed.

Some of the common traffic signs every driver should know include:

  • Regulation Signs
  • Warning Signs
  • Destination Signs
  • Service Signs

Equally important are the traffic lights, which dictate when to stop and the directions in which turning is permitted at different times.

2.    Parking Rules

It may initially be challenging to maneuver your car into a parking space, so you must memorize all the strategies you can use to park successfully. Parallel parking is one of the trickier parking methods and is,, therefore,, a crucial topic in the written test. Make sure you know how to:

  • Choose a parking space large enough for your vehicle
  • Check the car mirrors when required
  • Ensure that traffic or pedestrians do not come in the way.

You can find an illustrated guide to parallel parking here.

Some general parking signs that you need to know include:

  • No Parking
  • No Standing
  • No Stopping

3.    Safety Measures

You must follow some ground rules to ensure a safe and smooth drive.

  • Always keep the speed limit in mind.
  • The driver and passengers must wear seat belts in the prescribed manner.
  • Follow the guidelines when entering work zones.
  • Know how to navigate roundabouts.
  • Do not drive when tired.
  • Do not use cell phones.

Violation of traffic rules often results in penalties.

4.    Looking Out for Other Vehicles

While driving, you share the road with several other vehicles and users, such as larger vehicles, motorcycles, pedestrians, and skateboarders. It is imperative to change your driving style according to the kind of traffic you encounter.

The norm is to pass other vehicles on the left, but in some cases, it is allowed to pass on the right. It is essential to be careful around vehicles such as school buses, especially when discharging passengers. Be careful not to abruptly cut ahead of a large vehicle, and keep blind spots in mind.

5.    Dealing with Emergencies

The NY DMV Practice Permit Test prepares you for the various emergency situations that you may encounter while driving. In addition to helping you pass the NY driving test, learning about contingency plans will help you take control in emergencies.

Some of the situations you may have to encounter include:

  • Tire Blowout
  • Loss of a wheel
  • Steering failure
  • Brake failure
  • Fire
  • Going into water
  • Blocked Vision

Driving requires learning plenty of strategies and maintaining an excellent presence of mind. Preparing for the written part of the NY DMV Practice Permit Test will help you clear the NY driving test and, in turn, provide you with a solid understanding of basic driving rules designed to ensure smooth traffic and your personal safety. Please check out the full online manual by the Department of Motor Vehicles here.

The Process For Obtaining a New York Driver License