|This Practice Test||Number of questions on each practice test:||Indiana Road Sign Test: 16|
|This is a randomized practice test|
#1. At this intersection, cars in the right lane must:
Many streets have signs that show what each of the lanes is to be used for. Cars in left lane must turn left. Cars in right lane must go straight or turn right.
#2. You see this sign ahead. What should you do?
Winding road. There are several curves ahead. Drive slowly and carefully.
#3. What does this sign mean?
A One Way sign tells you that traffic on that particular road flows in the direction of the arrow only. You may only drive in the direction of the arrow. Never turn against the arrow.
#4. When you see this sign, you must:
Do Not Pass. This sign marks the beginning of a no passing zone.
#5. A sign showing information about a nearby hospital is an example of a traffic sign with:
Blue traffic signs display road services and evacuation route information to drivers. A sign showing information about a nearby hospital is an example of a traffic sign with a blue background.
#6. This sign warns you of:
Horse-drawn vehicles (Buggy Warning).
Be alert for slow-moving, horse-drawn vehicles on the roadway. Reduce your speed and pass slowly.
#7. This red and white sign means:
When you see this sign, you must not enter that street or ramp.
The Do Not Enter sign is a square sign with a white horizontal line inside a red ball. It means you cannot enter in that direction.
You will see this sign at roadway openings that you should not enter, such as exit ramps where you would be going in the wrong direction, in crossovers on divided roadways, and at numerous locations on one-way streets.
#8. This sign marks:
Two-Way Left Turn Only. Designated center lanes for left turns can usually be identified by a sign with alternate directional arrows that states CENTER LANE ONLY or with pavement arrows.
#9. This sign means:
Parking is limited to 2 hours between 8:30 AM and 5:30 PM.
#10. What does this sign mean?
Lanes shifting. Slow down and stay in your lane.
#11. What does this sign mean?
School Sign. Yellow or fluorescent yellow-green signs warn drivers that they are entering an area near a school in which children may be crossing the road.
#12. What does this sign mean?
T-Intersection ahead. The road ends at an intersection. You cannot go straight ahead. You must turn left or right.
#13. What does this sign mean?
No U-Turn. This sign means that you are not allowed to make a U-turn.
#14. What does this sign mean?
Low shoulder. This road sign indicates sharp drop from the pavement edge to the shoulder.
If you must leave the pavement, slow down and steer firmly.
#15. A sign with this shape means:
Stop signs are always octagonal (eight-sided). A stop sign means that you must bring your vehicle to a complete halt.
#16. What does this sign mean?
Two-way traffic ahead. The one-way street or roadway ahead ends. You will then be facing oncoming traffic.
Remember, you should drive in the right-hand lane and expect oncoming traffic in the left-hand lane.
Facts about Your Indiana BMV Knowledge Examination
|BMV Knowledge Test for Learner’s Permit and Driver’s License|
|Number of questions on exam:||Indiana Road Signs: 16 questions
Traffic laws and safe driving: 34 questions
Total: 50 questions
|Passing score:||84 percent (total)|
|Correct answers to pass:||Traffic signs: 14 correct answers
Traffic laws and safe driving: 28 correct answers
|Allotted time to complete test:||45 minutes (must start 1 hour before closing)|
|Wait time before retest:||1 day|
This Practice Test
This Indiana practice test focuses on the Indiana road sign identification sequence of the BMV knowledge examination. It has 16 road sign questions randomly picked from a large question pool.
You can take the test as often as you like. Each time a new set of questions are generated. They will cover all of the important signs from the Indiana Driver’s Manual and help you prepare for your permit exam.
For more about our practice tests and the Indiana BMV examination, and to practice the road rules part of the written test go to our Indiana home page .