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This Oklahoma DPS Sample Test
  Questions on each practice test: 25
  Question pool: 500+
  Type of test: Random multiple-choice test

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#1. If you see this sign beside the road, you should:

Traffic signal ahead. This sign warns of traffic signals at the intersection ahead. Slow down. Poor visibility is likely.

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#2. To avoid last minute moves and collisions, you should:

To avoid emergency situations, keep your eyes moving, watch the traffic, and look at objects far and near, left and right. Watch 15 to 20 seconds ahead for cars braking, entering, and exiting.

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#3. You must use your headlights:

By law, you must use your headlights at nighttime. Nighttime is from one-half (1/2) hour after sunset to one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise. You must also turn on headlights when, due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions, persons and vehicles on the highway are not clearly discernible at a distance of one thousand (1,000) feet or less.

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#4. A posted speed limit like this is:

The basic speed does not set an exact speed limit but means that the speed you may drive is limited by the current conditions. Your speed must always be careful and prudent (using skill and good judgment). It must also be reasonable and proper, not too fast and not too slow, for the current conditions. You must not drive so slowly that you block, hinder, or interfere with other vehicles moving at normal speeds. Always adjust your speed to conditions so you can stop within a clear distance head.

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#5. Under Oklahoma mandatory point system your driving privilege will be suspended if you within five years accumulate:

If you accumulate 10 or more points within five years, your license will be suspended.

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#6. If your vehicle has conventional disc or drum brakes (not anti-lock brakes) and you need to stop quickly, you should:

If the vehicle has conventional disc or drum brakes, you should pump the brakes to gain better control in steering. The wheels will lock and cause skidding if you use too much pressure and hold the brake.

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#7. What does this sign mean?

Merge. Other traffic may be moving into your lane. Be ready to change your speed and lane so other drivers can merge safely.

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#8. A traffic officer is directing you to do a U-turn against existing signs. What should you do?

You must obey any traffic direction, order, or signal by a traffic or police officer or a flag person even if it conflicts with existing signs, signals, or laws.

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#9. If an intersection is blocked and you cannot drive through without stopping in the intersection:

A green light means go. You can cross the intersection or turn except where turns are not allowed. Be sure the intersection is clear before you start, and watch out for drivers who try to race through the intersection to beat a red light. Remember, don’t block the intersection. If traffic is stopped and is blocking an intersection, you must stop before reaching the crosswalk and wait for the traffic to move.

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#10. Which is true about large trucks?

Generally speaking, the bigger trucks are the longer it takes them to stop.

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#11. This is the shape and background color of:

This is an example of an Interstate Route sign.

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#12. What is the most important driving technique when driving on icy or snowy roads?

Icy roads are dangerous. You must be extremely careful on ice, especially on black ice, a clear icy coating on the road surface that you cannot see.

Always drive cautiously when roads or weather conditions can make you lose control of your car. Slow down, increase following distance and be ready for an emergency situation.

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#13. When entering or crossing a street from an alley:

When entering or crossing a public road from a private road, alley, driveway, or building: stop before the sidewalk or crosswalk, then go when it is safe to do so.

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#14. If you are involved in a traffic crash and someone is injured, you must always:

Any time you are involved in a collision, you must stop immediately. Never leave the scene of a collision. If you do, you may be prosecuted for hit-and-run. Find out if anyone has been hurt and do what you can to help. Do not try to move an injured person unless it is a life-or-death necessity. Movement might make the injuries worse.

If someone is injured, you must call or have someone call 911 or the police as soon as possible.

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#15. Which of the following vehicles must always stop before crossing railroad tracks?

Some vehicles must stop before crossing train tracks. These vehicles include buses, church buses, school buses, and trucks transporting hazardous loads.

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#16. When you want to exit a freeway, you should:

When you plan to exit the freeway, give yourself plenty of time. Move to the proper lane well in advance of the exit, especially in heavy traffic. Maintain your speed at the flow of traffic until you reach the exit. Signal at least 100 feet before the exit. Slow down on the deceleration lane or exit ramp and keep slowing down until you reach the posted speed limit. Check your speedometer. If you miss the exit ramp, never turn around or back up.

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#17. To indicate that you are in the donor registry and have consented to organ or tissue donation, your license will be marked with:

When you are issued your Oklahoma Driver License or Identification Card, you will be given the opportunity to become an organ and tissue donor. If you choose to be an organ donor, a red heart will appear on the front of your license, permit or ID card.

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#18. When you park on a hill headed downhill and there is no curb, you should turn your front wheels:

Headed downhill with no curb, turn the wheels to the right or side of the road, so the car will roll away from the center of the road if the brakes fail.

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#19. Driving under the influence of medication that impairs your ability to drive safely is:

The effects of drugs other than alcohol can impair your thinking and driving even more than alcohol. Remember that many prescription drugs taken in combination with alcohol or other drugs can be deadly. Before you take a drug, check the label for warnings about side effects such as drowsiness or nervousness. If you are not sure if it is safe to take the drug and drive, ask a pharmacist or doctor.

Remember, it is illegal to drive when you are affected to the extent that your normal faculties are impaired.

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#20. Just ahead of this sign, you may:

Side road. Another road enters the highway from the direction shown. Watch for traffic from that direction or traffic turning into the side road.

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#21. The safest place for a car passenger under 12 years of age is:

If your car is equipped with an airbag on the passenger side, the Highway Safety Administration recommends putting children under 12 in the back seat. Even without air bags, the back seat is at least 26 percent safer than the front seat because most serious crashes involve the front of the vehicle.

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#22. To make a left turn you should:

You should signal for at least 100 feet or 1/3 of a block before you turn. Do not turn the steering wheel to the left while waiting for oncoming traffic to pass. Do not try to cut the corner.

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#23. When a school bus with an extended stop arm is stopped on the opposite side of a two-lane roadway with a center turning lane, you must:

If you approach a school bus with flashing red lights and a red stop sign, it means that children are getting on or off the bus and you must stop. You must stop and remain stopped until:

  • the bus has started moving.
  • the driver motions for you to proceed.
  • the red flashing lights go off and/or the sign is pulled back.

You are not required to stop for a school bus when the bus is on a different roadway, or when the bus is stopped in a loading zone by a controlled-access highway where pedestrians are not allowed to cross.

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#24. The main purpose of red road signs is to:

All red signs are regulatory signs and must be obeyed. They indicate stop or prohibition and include signs like: stop, yield, do not enter and wrong way. If you see red on a traffic device, STOP.

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#25. Pavement in center left-turn lanes is marked on both sides with:

Two-way left-turn lanes are marked with one solid yellow line on each side and yellow dash lines on the inside of the solid yellow lines. Drivers from either direction may use the lane for left turns.

Do not drive in the two-way left-turn lane for more than two hundred (200) feet while preparing for and making the turn. Do not use this lane as passing lane.

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Facts about Your Oklahoma Knowledge Test

Oklahoma Written Knowledge Test for Permit or Driver License
  Number of questions on exam: 50 questions
  Passing score: 80%
  Correct answers to pass: 40
  Allotted time to complete test: No limit
  Wait time before retest: 1 day (first three tests)

Oklahoma Practice Tests – 25 Questions

This free permit practice test at Driver’s Prep has 25 random test questions. Each set of questions will help you prepare for the real Oklahoma exam and speed up your learning.

All questions are the same or very similar to real Oklahoma written knowledge test questions and all answers can be found in the latest Oklahoma Driver’s Manual.

After each practice question you will get instant feedback and get the correct answer. It helps you learn faster.

If you miss a question, there is a brief comment to help you understand why your answer was wrong.

Oklahoma Real Knowledge Tests – 50 Questions

Please note that the real knowledge test in Oklahoma has 50 random questions about road signs, traffic signals, safe driving techniques and Oklahoma traffic laws. The real test will take slightly longer to complete.

Questions on the real exam are from the latest version of the Oklahoma Driver’s Manual. Therefore you should always start by getting the latest version of the Oklahoma Driver’s Manual.

You can get the manual for a small fee at Motor License agents (Tag Agents ).

You can also download a free PDF-version from www.ok.gov .

When you’ve read the manual and think you have learned the basic rules of driving, you should familiarize yourself with the practice tests.

The easy way to pass your Oklahoma test

The passing score in Oklahoma is 80 percent, which means you must answer at least 40 of the 50 questions correctly.

Getting 80 percent on the practice test is also good. But it is better to aim for a full score on each practice test. Make sure you fully understand why an answer is correct (or incorrect). This will truly help on the real exam.

Remember, all our tests are 100% free. So, take enough tests to feel comfortable with all answers.

The examination format has (in general) stayed consistent over the last decade. It helps you understand what kind of knowledge the DPS checks for. This can be just as important as learning the content itself.

Read more about: How to Ace the DMV test .


 

Who Must Take the Oklahoma Knowledge Test?

All persons applying for an original first-time Oklahoma license must pass the knowledge test.

If you want to renew a license that expired more than three years you must take all tests again, including the written knowledge exam.

When you want to transfer a valid (not expired) out-of-state license to an Oklahoma driver’s license, DPS will waive written and driving tests if department standards are met.

If you have an out-of-country license, you must – in general – take all tests. Exemptions exist for drivers with a license from Canada or Germany, who must pass only the vision screening.

You cannot get a driver license or permit if your privilege to drive is canceled, suspended, or revoked in Oklahoma or any other state.

What's on the Written DMV Test - Driver's Prep

The Official Exam

As we already said, all answers to the questions on the Class D license exam are found in the official Driver’s Manual. That is why you should make sure you read it.

The test has questions about Oklahoma traffic laws, safe driving practices, traffic signs and signals, and drug and alcohol laws/effects.

If you need an oral test instead of the computerized test, you should call ahead and make an appointment.

Unlike many other states, the test is only available in English and Spanish. You can bring an interpreter, if needed. Oklahoma DPS will not pay for the interpreter.

Oklahoma Sample Test Video – When You Are on the Go

This video shows 40 questions about highway signs, traffic signals, and road markings. The most essential things you must know for your Oklahoma driver’s exam.

Watch it and see if you really know all answers!

Video with Oklahoma sample test questions


COVID-19 Alerts

Oklahoma DPS COVID-19 Information

Knowledge testing and road skills tests are available, but the skills test is given by appointment only.

When visiting Oklahoma Department of Public Safety offices social distancing guidelines will be enforced. You must also wear a mask that covers mouth and nose, answer health questions, and have your temperature taken before being allowed access.

Only one person, the customer, will be allowed in the building, with some exceptions (like parents of minors and interpreters).

Skills (drive) test will be given by appointment only. Vehicles used for the skills (drive) test will have to be disinfected by the applicant.

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