FREE Pennsylvania DOT Practice Permit Test 2019 | PA

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Pennsylvania DOT Driver's License.
The Pennsylvania learner’s permit is your first step towards being a fully licensed driver. To get a permit, you’ll need to pass a written knowledge test, vision test, and pay a $35.50 fee at your local PennDOT Driver License Center. If you are between 16 and 18, you’ll receive a junior learner’s permit. The Pennsylvania written test will be 18 multiple-choice questions based from the 2019 driver’s manual. You will need to answer 15 of the 18 questions correctly, so it’s important to study and use our free DMV practice test as a helpful tool. The knowledge test will cover questions regarding traffic signs, PA driving laws, and safe driving practices, all of which are covered in the driving manual. The exam can be given in multiple languages as well as in an oral format if needed. Studying for the PA DMV written test will make sure you are a safe and confident driver as you prepare for your license.
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Pennsylvania DOT Permit Test Fact Sheet

How many questions:18
How many correct answers to pass:15
Passing score:83%
Minimum age to apply for Non-Commercial Learner's Permit16

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List of questions (classic view)

You see a steady yellow “X” signal over your traffic lane. What does it mean?
Large electronic flashing arrow panels may be used in work zones in both day and night to
When you park next to a curb in Pennsylvania, your vehicle should be no more than ________ from the curb.
What does this sign mean?
When you approach a pedestrian who is carrying a white cane or walking with a guide dog, you must
In Pennsylvania, a driver who is at least 21 years old may be charged with driving under the influence (DUI) if his or her blood alcohol concentration is ______ or higher.
On a two-way, two-lane road, a single broken yellow centerline means that
What does this sign mean?
Under Pennsylvania law, which occupants of a vehicle must wear seat belts or suitable child restraints?
Where there are both a solid and a broken yellow line between opposing lanes of traffic,
In Pennsylvania, it is recommended that you maintain a following distance of at least ____ second(s) behind the vehicle ahead of you.
What does this sign mean?
Areas of the road that you cannot see in your mirrors are called
When you come to an intersection, follow the _________ before you proceed.
Under Pennsylvania law, you must use your headlights whenever you cannot see pedestrians or vehicles at least _________ ahead.
This sign means that
If an oncoming vehicle has its high beams on, you should look __________ until the vehicle has passed.
If you must drive below 40 mph on a limited-access highway in Pennsylvania, use _________ to warn the drivers behind you.
Which of the following statements about the right-of-way at intersections is FALSE?
What does this sign mean?
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