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Wyoming Driver License Tests & Permit Practice Questions – 2022

Wyoming Permit Practice Test
  Questions per test: 25
  Question pool: 500+
  Type of test: Random multiple-choice

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#1. You must always stop before a railroad crossing if:

Do not get trapped on a highway-rail intersection. NEVER drive onto a highway-rail intersection until you are sure you can clear the tracks on the other side without stopping.

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#2. When sharing the road with a bicyclist:

The bicyclist has the same right to use the public road as any other driver. When you are following or passing a bicyclist, the best advice is: leave plenty of room.

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#3. What is the best thing to do if you start to feel drowsy while driving?

Never drive if you are drowsy or sleepy. If you become drowsy, stop, and take a break. Drowsiness is one of the greatest dangers in driving. If you are really sleepy, pull off the highway, check into a motel and get some sleep.

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#4. What does this sign mean?

School signs tell you are near a school or school crossing. If you see a school sign, slow down. Check for children and identify as critical any child who could run into your path.

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#5. Wyoming law requires that you turn on headlights:

In Wyoming, headlights must be used from one-half hour after sunset until one-half hour before sunrise and at any other time when, due to insufficient light or unfavorable weather conditions, persons and vehicles on the road are not clearly discernable at a distance of 1,000 feet ahead.

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#6. What do the light gray areas in the picture mark?

Blind spots are the areas near the right and left rear corners of the vehicle which cannot be seen through rearview mirrors. You must turn your head and look over your shoulder to view these areas.

Avoid driving in other drivers’ blind spots by placing your vehicle where you can be seen.

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#7. When you see a sign with this shape, color, and symbol, you must:

When you see this sign, do not drive onto that street or ramp from your direction.

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#8. When several cars are merging from an entrance ramp into your lane on an interstate, you should:

Watch for vehicles entering the Interstate. If it is safe, move left to allow them a smooth, safe entry.

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#9. While holding an intermediate license a driver may transport more than one unrelated passenger:

Holders of intermediate licenses may not transport more than one passenger under the age of 18 who is not an immediate family member unless also accompanied by a licensed driver 18 years of age or older.

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#10. You should keep your front wheels pointing straight ahead, unless you are:

If you park facing uphill where there is a curb, you should set the parking brake and turn the wheels away from the curb. In any other situation, turn the wheels towards the curb or edge of the road.

Turn off the engine, take the keys and lock the car.

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#11. You approach a stationary emergency vehicle with flashing lights on a road with only one lane in each direction. If the speed limit is 55 mph, you must slow down to:

When you are driving on a highway with two or more lanes, upon approaching an authorized emergency vehicle parked with lights flashing, you must merge your vehicle into the lane farthest from the emergency vehicle. On roads with only one lane in each direction, you must reduce your speed to at least 20 mph below the speed limit when approaching a parked emergency vehicle.

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#12. In this picture, car A may pass the vehicle ahead:

Solid yellow lines indicate no passing or lane changing. Passing on the right is allowed when the vehicle ahead is making a left turn (It is not legal to leave the pavement to pass on the right.)

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#13. In general, a child under nine years should be properly secured:

A child who has not reached his ninth birthday must be properly secured in a child safety restraint system in a seat of the vehicle other than the front seat (except if the vehicle is only equipped with one (1) row of seats, or if all safety belts in the rows of seats behind the front seat are in use by other child passengers in the vehicle).

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#14. What can help to reduce the amount of glare from oncoming vehicles at night?

Looking to the right side of the road, away from the glare, can help.

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#15. You must yield to a pedestrian using a white cane or guide dog:

Wyoming Statutes require a driver to give the right of way or yield when a blind pedestrian is carrying a clearly visible white cane or is accompanied by a guide dog.

Do not use your horn at blind pedestrians.

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#16. If you see an animal on the roadway, how can you warn drivers behind you?

If you can see an accident ahead, warn the drivers behind you by turning on your emergency flashers or tapping your brake pedal quickly three or four times. You can also use the hand signal when slowing. Never stop on the road, unless necessary for safety or to obey a law.

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#17. Bicyclists must ride:

Bicyclists have the right to use all public roadways, and share rights and duties applicable to all drivers of any vehicle. But, unlike motor vehicles, bicyclists must share their lane of traffic. They must ride as close to the right side of pavement as is practical and safe.

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#18. What is the main cause of car skids?

Drive slowly and in full control in order to avoid skidding. Skids are usually caused by drivers traveling too fast for conditions. By judging weather and road conditions and knowing where skids are likely to occur, such as on curves or bridges, most skids can be avoided.

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#19. Which is true about driving too slowly?

Going slower than traffic or stopping suddenly is as dangerous as speeding. The risk of rear-end collisions is added to the risk of vehicles passing you.

No person shall drive a motor vehicle at such a slow speed as to impede the normal and reasonable movement of traffic except when reduced speed is necessary for safe operation or in compliance with law.

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#20. When a traffic signal is showing a flashing red light, you must:

A flashing red signal light means stop. You must come to a complete stop before entering the intersection. This light has the same meaning as a stop sign.

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#21. You need glasses to read traffic signs and vehicle number plates. When must you wear your glasses?

If contact lenses or glasses are used to pass the screening, they will be required while driving.

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#22. Which is true about alcohol?

Alcohol is a depressant drug that slows the activity of the brain and spinal cord. When alcohol enters the stomach, it goes directly into the blood and to all parts of the body, including the brain. Its effect is to put the brain to sleep when taken in sufficient amounts.

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#23. A vertical rectangular road sign usually indicates:

Vertical signs, including square signs, are generally used for regulatory signs. They give instructions or tell you the rules of the road. Some warning signs may also have this shape.

In the horizontal position, the signs generally give directions or information.

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#24. Which vehicle is best positioned for a left turn on this one-way street?

You should start the turn from the far-left lane.

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#25. When you drive through a construction zone, you should:

Slow down, stay patient, maintain a safe following distance, and stay alert while driving through work zones. Extra care should be maintained through construction work zones even though there is no apparent work activity in the immediate vicinity.

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The Official Driver License Test in Wyoming
  Questions: 25
  Passing score: 76 percent
  Correct answers to pass: 19
  Allotted time to complete test:
  Wait time before retest: None (twice per day)

Wyoming DMV Practice Tests at Drivers Prep

What You Should Know about the Wyoming Practice Test

This permit practice test has 25 random questions from the Wyoming Driver License Manual and real WY DMV examinations. After each question, you will get instant feedback that tells you if your answer is correct or not.

Should you miss a question there is a brief note to help you understand the correct answer. You can also use the information to look up the topic in the Driver License Manual and expand your knowledge.

You can take this license practice test as many times as you need. A new set of questions is created every time you restart the test.

Wyoming Driver License Manual - Background photo by WYDOT.

Get the Wyoming Driver License Manual

Start studying by getting the Driver License Manual. It is must-read. All answers to your exam questions are found in this manual.

You can get a copy from your local DMV office or download a PDF version online .

The information in the manual can help you pass the examination, but the information can also help you drive safely once you get your license.

Taking Practice Tests

The passing score in Wyoming is only 76 percent, which means you must answer at least 19 of 25 questions correctly.

You should, however, aim higher on the practice tests. Try to reach a full score (100%) on a handful of tests.

But don’t just memorize questions and answers. It is a better to fully understand why an answer is correct and why another answer isn’t. It will make it easier to pass the exam. You will also keep the knowledge longer.

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Who Must Take the Wyoming Knowledge Test?

If you never had a driver license in this or any other state, you must pass a written knowledge test.

You must also pass the knowledge test again if you let your license expire and have not driven for a period of two years or more.

DMV can also ask you to take all tests again after a revocation period.

Based upon personal observation, medical or vision information and other factors, a DMV representative always has the discretion to ask for a knowledge test.

Official Wyoming Knowledge Test

The knowledge test has questions related to the class of license you are applying for. Answers to all exam questions are found in the applicable driver manual.

On the test, you must identify traffic signs by shape, color, or symbol, and identify signals and pavement markings. The test also has questions regarding seat belt usage, traffic laws, safety rules, crash prevention and vehicle equipment.

You take your test on a computerized system. Applicants who have difficulty reading can ask for a headset and hear the questions through a phone system. If you prefer to use the audio system, you must ask the examiner to connect you with the system before you begin your written test.

Should you fail your first attempt, you can take the test twice in one day.

Languages

Wyoming tests are only in English. If you cannot speak English, you may use an interpreter for the written tests.

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