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Free Virginia DMV Online Practice Test

You are about to take a FREE Sample of the Virginia 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 considered illegal for all drivers in Virginia?

d.
All of the above
c.
Talking on the cell phone via a headset
b.
Text messaging and/or reading text messages from a cell phone
a.
Use of the radio

2. You may not park within how many feet of where fire trucks or equipment are stopped?

c.
200 feet
b.
300 feet
a.
500 feet

3. When does a pedestrian with a white cane have the right-of-way?

e.
All of the above
d.
At marked crosswalks
c.
Only with the green “WALK” signal
b.
If they are already in the roadway when the signal changes
a.
At all times

4. What is the speed limit through school zones?

d.
25 mph
c.
35 mph
b.
15 mph
a.
20 mph

5. Who is required to wear seat belts in VA?

d.
None of the above
c.
Under Virginia law, only the driver is required to wear a seat belt.
b.
Under Virginia law, the driver and all passengers, front and back seat, must wear seat belts.
a.
Under Virginia law, the driver and all front seat passengers must wear seat belts.

6. How many feet before turning should you signal when the speed limit is 35 mph?

e.
All of the above
d.
50
c.
5
b.
100
a.
200

7. When passing a cyclist on the roadway, how much minimum clearance should you have between your car and the cyclists?

d.
None of the above
c.
3 ft.
b.
2 ft.
a.
1 ft.

8. In Virginia, it is illegal to transport children under age 16 in the bed of a pickup truck, even if equipped with a camper shell. True or False?

b.
False
a.
True

9. After moving to Virginia, how many days do you have to obtain a Virginia driver’s license?

c.
30 days
b.
60 days
a.
90 days

10. The correct hand signal for stopping is:

d.
Left hand and arm pointing upward
c.
Left hand and arm pointing downward
b.
Left hand and arm pointing straight out
a.
Right hand and arm pointing downward