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Free Hawaii DMV Online Practice Test

You are about to take a FREE Sample of the Hawaii DMV Online Practice Test. The sample test consists of 10 multiple choice questions and answers.

Please select the best answer for each question below and then click "Submit."

1. What is Hawaii’s “Basic Law” about speeding?

a.
That all drivers may drive at a speed they are comfortable with
b.
That you must drive the posted speed limit at all times
c.
You must not drive at a speed that is greater than is reasonable and prudent

2. In Hawaii, mopeds are required to be what?

a.
Driven by adults 21 years or older
b.
Driven by 16 year olds only
c.
Registered as bicycles
d.
Licensed as bicycles
e.
c and d
f.
a and b

3. One of the most significant problems in driving is the great number of drivers who are under the influence of alcohol. The use of alcohol is a factor in over what percentage of the fatal motor vehicle accidents that occur every year in the United States?

a.
35%
b.
20%
c.
75%
d.
50%
e.
None of the above

4. Traffic regulations require that you display a turn signal at least how many feet before making every turn or lane change?

a.
At least 50 feet before you change lanes, turn or stop
b.
At least 500 feet before you change lanes, turn or stop
c.
At least 100 feet before you change lanes, turn or stop
d.
All of the above

5. The various states require different forms of ownership documents. Hawaii will accept what?

a.
Social Security Number
b.
Notarized bill of sale
c.
The manufacturer’s certificate of origin
d.
License number
e.
a and d
f.
b and c

6. Who has the right of way at intersections?

a.
Bicyclists
b.
Pedestrians
c.
Convoys
d.
Funeral Processions
e.
a and b
f.
c and d
g.
None of the above

7. What do flashing red lights on a school bus mean?

a.
Proceed with caution
b.
Turn around
c.
Those in the adjacent lane are required to stop
d.
All vehicles in the same lane as the bus are required to stop
e.
a and b
f.
c and d

8. After alcohol has entered your bloodstream, what can you do to lessen its effect?

a.
Exercise
b.
Drink Coffee
c.
There is nothing you can do to lessen the effect

9. Which of the following describes a LEGAL scenario in Hawaii?

a.
An 8-year old left alone in a car for more than 5 minutes
b.
A 10-year old left alone in a car for more than 5 minutes
c.
A 5-year old left alone in a car for more than 5 minutes
d.
All of the above

10. How old must a person be in Hawaii in order to apply for an instructional permit?

a.
16 years of age
b.
15 years of age
c.
15 1/2 years of age