DOV Test Questions and Answers for the Kansas DOV

by Joshua on October 14, 2013

All drivers in the state of Kansas over the age of 14 years old may begin their journey to receive a driver’s license with a learners permit. The first time a driver of any age begins the process for a drivers license and again and many stages of driving life the individual will find they are required to take the Kansas Written Drivers Test . This includes when renewing a current license and when asking for a license to operate many types of vehicles from farm equipment to commercial transports.

The information found on the written test is designed to help new drivers learn important traffic laws and driving procedures they will use on the roads each day they get behind the wheel. The test its consists of multiple choice questions regarding traffic signs and signals, laws in Kansas and the rules of the road each driver should know. There are 25 test questions and the driver must correctly answer at least 20 to move on to the next step in licensing.

H2. How to study for the Written Test

Each states DOV is designed differently with specific rules and procedures for receiving a license. Though the written test itself might be tricky with randomly generated questions each time it’s taken, the Kansas DMV and other helpful websites have designed excellent study tools to assist in the learning process. It is important a driver known how to use these tools in order to properly obtain the knowledge needed to pass the test.

In Kansas, the Drivers Handbook is created with all of the valuable information that a new driver will need to know on the road, but the information found most often on the written test is highlighted colored coded already for quick learning. Photographs are also included whenever possible to assist visual learners. Drivers will also find that cheat sheets designed by are also generated for easy study. They are centered on the actual test so each piece of information is given in a way that is passing score focused.

The final material invaluable to study is the practice tests found in multiple places including the DOV website and The DOV website offers sample questions and answers for reference while this website provides interactive tests the driver can use to test their skills. The tests are designed similar to the way the real test will be set up so it’s a great way to strengthen test taking skills.

Once the driver has accumulated all of the study materials, there are some great study habits to incorporate that will assist in better obtaining the information:

  • Take each section of the material one at a time. Read through the DOV Handbook first and make note of color coded materials, then repeat the same material using cheat sheets for the most effective way to study.
  • Break up chapters with a practice test. There are multiple tests with hundreds of test questions so it’s wise to take a practice test after each chapter of study. The driver may not pass the first several but it’s an excellent way to start reinforcing the material early on.
  • Set a goal date for the test but don’t take the test until the driver is completely ready. The driver should be able to pass the practice tests with the correct amount of 25 questions answered before attempting the actual test if they wish to pass.
  • While focus should be on the actual test itself, the main material points are the most important thing to learn during study. A driver may find the same material covered in two different questions but worded differently. Remember the laws will stay the same no matter the scenario presented in most cases. For example, the follow two questions both concern stop sign procedures and could be found on the written test:
  • The driver comes to a stop sign located at the intersection of a residential area, the proper procedure for this would be:

A) Come to a complete stop and yield the right of way
B) Slow down and check for traffic, then proceed through the intersection
C) There is no need to stop in a residential area unless traffic is coming
D) None of the above

  • At a four way intersection where all directions have a stop sign, the proper procedure for driving would be:

A) Whichever driver reaches the stop sign first has the right of way
B) The driver must yield the right of way to the driver on the left
C) The driver should come to a complete stop then go if they were the first to stop
D) The driver must yield the right of way to the driver on the right

Test Questions and Answers

While hundreds of possibilities exist, knowing the material and studying hard is essential to passing the test on the first try. There are several types of multiple choice questions the driver will come across including scenario, procedure questions and traffic laws or road signs. Below are some examples of each type of test question:

  • When driving on a two lane highway under the regulated speed limit, slow moving vehicles should:

A) Pull over and let the other drivers pass when more than four cars are behind them
B) Keep going at the same speed and let the drivers pass when designated they can
C) Wait until the nearest exit and leave the freeway
D) Slow down further to help prevent a car accident

  • A flashing Yellow light at an intersection means the driver should:
    A) Slow down and continue through the intersection
    B) Come to a complete stop and proceed through when traffic is clear
    C) Speed up to avoid being hit
    D) Stop and wait for an officer to direct traffic as the light is broken
  • Before beginning a road trip in a vehicle, the driver should complete the following steps:

A) Check and adjust the safety equipment in the car
B) Put a seatbelt on and instruct passengers to do so
C) Assure proper sight by defrosting or cleaning off windows, using wipers for rain
D) All of the above
E) None of the above

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