Missouri Permit Practice Test

When you approach a railroad crossing without flashing warning signals or crossing gates?
a: Cross the tracks as quickly as possible.
b: Always stop.
c: Yield to all trains at the crossing.
d: Speed up to beat the train.
c: Yield to all trains at the crossing.

You may pass another vehicle by suing the shoulder of the road:
a: When the vehicle in front of you is making a left turn.
b: To go around a slow moving vehicle.
c: You are not allowed to pass on the shoulder of the road.
d: When the traffic ahead is blocked up for 250 feet.
c: You are not allowed to pass on the shoulder of the road.

If you miss your exit from an interstate expressway:
a: Stop in any lane of the highway.
b: Get off at the next exit and come back to the exit you missed.
c: Roll down your window and ask the driver next to you for help.
d: Back up down the highway.
b: Get off at the next exit and come back to the exit you missed.

The minimum age that a person must be in order to obtain an Instruction Permit is:
a: 14 years old.
b: 15 years old.
c: 15 1/2 years old.
d: 16 years old.
b: 15 years old.

The fee for an Instruction Permit is:
a: $1.00
b: $2.00
c: $3.50
d: $4.00
c: $3.50

Shortly before your driver or nondriver license expires, the Driver License Bureau will mail a renewal reminder postcard to:
a: The most current address on your driver record.
b: The address on your last application.
c: The address in your local phone book.
d: Your local contract office.
a: The most current address on your driver record.

The minimum age that a person must be in order to obtain a motorcycle instruction permit is:
a: 14 years old.
b: 15 years old.
c: 15 1/2 years old.
d: 16 years old.
c: 15 1/2 years old.

For a driver with an intermediate license, the driving restrictions are:
a: Seat belt must be worn by the driver.
b: Seat belts must be worn by all passengers.
c: A driving curfew from 1:00 a.m to 5:00 a.m.
d: All of the above.
d: All of the above.

To help others know that you want to be an organ donor, you should:
a: Complete the organ donor information on the back of your license.
b: Discuss your decision with your next of kin.
c: Any Missouri contract office.
d: All of the above.
d: All of the above.

Where should you go to take the Missouri driver examination tests:
a: Any Missouri Highway Patrol examination station.
b: Any Department of Transportation office.
c: Any Missouri contract office.
d: The nearest high school driver education class.
a: Any Missouri Highway Patrol examination station.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol examiner will check the person’s vehicle before beginning the driving test:
a: To look for stolen car parts.
b: To make sure that the vehicle has the required equipment.
c: To make sure that the vehicle is in safe operating condition.
d: Answers b and c.
d: Answers b and c.

If you fail the driving test three times:
a: The examiner will give a Driving Skills Examination Report.
b: You must send the above report to the Department of Revenue.
c: The Department of Revenue will require driver training.
d: All of the above.
d: All of the above.

Two solid yellow lines on the pavement mean:
a: Passing is allowed for both drivers.
b: Passing is not allowed.
c: Passing is allowed if you are at the top of a hill
d: Passing is allowed during daylight only.
b: Passing is not allowed.

The minimum and maximum speed limits of Missouri interstate highways are:
a: 40/55.
b: 40/70.
c: 30/70.
d: 55/75.
b: 40/70.

A flashig red light on a traffic signal means:
a: The same thing as a stop sign.
b: The traffic signal is broken.
c: You do not have to come to a complete stop.
d: Driving conditions are dangerous.
a: The same thing as a stop sign.

A yellow signal light means:
a: The traffic signal is changing from green to red.
b: You should slam on your brakes.
c: You should increase your speed.
d: The car in front of you is going to slow.
a: The traffic signal is changing from green to red.

A speed restriction sign:
a: May be ignored in rain, snow, or icy conditions.
b: Has a triangular shape.
c: Is blue with black lettering.
d: Show a recommended speed for a curve or turn.
a: May be ignored in rain, snow, or icy conditions.

When approaching a railroad crossing you should:
a: Slow down.
b: Look for a train.
c: Be ready to stop.
d: All of the above.
d: All of the above.

Work zone signs mean:
a: It is summer.
b: You must immediately stop and back up.
c: Less than ideal conditions are present for driving.
d: You should drive faster to get out of the work zone.
c: Less than ideal conditions are present for driving.

A “No Right On Red” sign means:
a: Even if the traffic signal is red, you may turn right.
b: If the traffic signal is red, you cannot turn right.
c: The intersection has a high number of accidents.
d: Even if the traffic signal is red, you do not have to come to a stop.
b: If the traffic signal is red, you cannot turn right.

Emergency Vehicles:
a: Have the right of way when using siren, horn, and red/blue lights.
b: May use a loud speaker to give instructions.
c: May follow each other.
d: All of the above.
d: All of the above.

After stopping for a school bus that is unloading children:
a: Do not proceed until the children wave to you.
b: Watch for children walking along the side of the road.
c: Accelerate quickly.
d: Turn on your emergency flashers.
b: Watch for children walking along the side of the road.

When making right or left turns, driver should signal __________ before the turn:
a: 100 feet.
b: 50 feet.
c: 35 feet.
d: 5 feet.
a: 100 feet.

A driver may use a handicapped parking space:
a: If a physically handicapped person is in the motor vehicle when it is parked.
b: If a physically handicapped person is being delivered or picked up.
c: If the vehicle displays a handicapped person placard or license plates
d: Answers a and c, or b and c.
d: Answers a and c, or b and c.

When parking your vehicle down hill on a two way street:
a: Turn your wheels to the right
b: Turn your wheels to the left.
c: Keep your wheels posted straight ahead.
d: Leave your transition in neutral.
a: Turn your wheels to the right

When a traffic signal light turns green, you should:
a: Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians
b: Accelerate as quickly as possible to the next intersection.
c: Back up slowly.
d: Not move until another driver waves you on.
a: Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians

Littering:
a: Is against the law.
b: May cause a traffic accident.
c: Can lead to a $1,000 fine and up to on year in jail.
d: All of the above.
d: All of the above.