Free Massachusetts Practice Driving Knowledge Test 2014
This practice test will test your skills to ensure you are ready to take the written knowledge test and get your driver’s license . Remember to bring proof of identity such as your birth certificate, social security card, or passport. Also bring a registered and insured vehicle for the skills portion of the driving test. If you are under 18 you will also need to bring your parent or guardian to the test.
The Massachusetts Driving Knowledge Test consists of 25 questions. You will need to get at least 18 of these questions correct to pass the test. This guide will focus on 4 subjects you may be tested on: restrictions on teen driving, safety practices, driving skills, and driving law.
Restrictions on Teen Driving
1) In Massachusetts has a curfew enforced on drivers under 18; they may not drive unless accompanied by a licensed and insured adult driver after the hour of:
A) 10 PM
B) 12 AM
C) 2 AM
D) There is no curfew for teen drivers in Massachusetts
2) What is the limit for the number of passengers a driver who is older than 17 but younger than 18, not including family members?
A) A driver older than 17 but younger than 18 can have no more than one passenger in their car while driving
B) A driver older than 17 but younger than 18 can have no more than three passengers in their car while driving
C) A driver older than 17 but younger than 18 can have no more than five passengers in their car while driving
D) There is no limit to the amount of passengers a driver between the ages of 17 and 18 can have in their car while driving.
3) You look in your rearview mirror and see an ambulance coming towards you from behind with its lights and sirens on. What should you do?
A) Slow down
B) Brake and park the moment you see the ambulance, even in the middle of the street
C) Pull over to the right side of the road and come to a complete stop
D) Use this opportunity to pass a few cars in traffic that have pulled over
4) You are driving ay 10 miles per hour and a person begins to cross the street a few yards in front of you. What should you do?
A) Speed up and drive down the road before he can cross the street, weaving around him if you have to
B) Stop your car and honk repeatedly until he crosses the street
C) Take an immediate U turn
D) Stop your car and wait patiently for the pedestrian to cross the street
5) In which of the following situations do you have to come to a complete stop before turning?
A) Approaching a stop sign at a four way intersection with no other cars around
B) Approaching a roundabout with a car already in the roundabout
C) Turning right at a red light
D) In all of the above situations you should come to a complete stop before turning
6) What is the fastest you should drive through a railroad crossing when your view is obscured less than 1000 feet down the track?
A) 5 miles per hour
B) 15 miles per hour
C) 25 miles per hour
D) 35 miles per hour
Driving and the Law
7) Which forms of documentation should you carry at all times while driving?
A) Driver’s license, car registration, and proof of insurance
B) Car registration, proof of insurance and car title
C) Driver’s license, proof of insurance, and car title
D) Proof of insurance and car title
8) All of the following activities can increase your chances of being in an accident and hurting yourself or others. Which is actually against the law?
A) Looking in the mirror and fixing your hair or adjusting your outfit
B) Eating a meal while you are driving, especially when you use both hands for your food consumption
C) Listening to music with ear buds covering both ears
D) Driving without your hands being at the “10 and 2” position
- Answer Key
1) B) 12 AM
2) B) A driver older than 17 but younger than 18 can have no more than three passengers in their car while driving
3) C) Pull over to the right side of the road and come to a complete stop
4) D) Stop your car and wait patiently for the pedestrian to cross the street
5) D) In all of the above situations you should come to a complete stop before turning
6) B) 15 miles per hour
7) A) Driver’s license, car registration, and proof of insurance
8) C) Listening to music with ear buds covering both ears