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Free Minnesota DMV Online Practice Test

You are about to take a FREE Sample of the Minnesota 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. If you move to Minnesota, how long do you have to obtain a Minnesota driver’s license?

a.
45 days
b.
15 days
c.
30 days
d.
60 days
e.
None of the above
f.
All of the above

2. Which class of license—A, B, C, or D—is intended for a non-commercial operator driver license?

a.
D
b.
B
c.
C
d.
A
e.
All of the above

3. What is the speed limit in alleys?

a.
20 miles per hour
b.
10 miles per hour
c.
5 miles per hour
d.
15 miles per hour

4. What is the maximum speed limit in Minnesota on urban or town roads?

a.
25 miles per hour
b.
20 miles per hour
c.
30 miles per hour
d.
35 miles per hour

5. What is the “blind spot?”

a.
The area behind your vehicle
b.
Any area you can’t see without moving your head
c.
The area you see in your side mirror
d.
The area you see in your rearview mirror

6. At what distance should you signal before making a left or right turn?

a.
At least 50 feet
b.
At least 25 feet
c.
At least 75 feet
d.
At least 100 feet

7. In what direction should the wheels of your vehicle be facing when waiting to make a left turn?

a.
Turned to the left
b.
Turned to the right
c.
Keep the wheels straight
d.
None of the above

8. Children in which of the following categories are required to ride in a rear-facing infant seat placed in the back seat of a vehicle?

a.
Children aged three and weighing 40 pounds
b.
Children aged two and weighing 30 pounds
c.
Children under one year of age and weighing under 20 pounds

9. What should you do if you notice smoke rising from beneath the hood of your vehicle?

a.
Use any available liquid to put out the fire
b.
Raise the hood of the car to let the engine cool
c.
Use water to put out the fire
d.
Turn on the air conditioner to cool the engine
e.
None of the above

10. At what Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) are you considered to be driving while impaired (DWI)?

a.
.04
b.
.06
c.
.08
d.
.02
e.
None of the above