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Illinois Driver's License Free Practice Test

You are about to take the Illinois DMV Online Practice Test. This sample test consists of 10 multiple choice questions and answers.

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1. If you move to Illinois, how long do you have to obtain a driver’s license?
a.
60 days
b.
30 days
c.
90 days
d.
45 days
2. When parking uphill if there is no curb, in what direction should the wheels of your vehicle be facing?
a.
Away from the curb (left)
b.
Facing straight ahead
c.
Against the curb
d.
Toward the road (right)
3. What is the speed limit in school zones when children are present?
a.
15 miles per hour
b.
25 miles per hour
c.
20 miles per hour
d.
10 miles per hour
4. At what distance should you signal before making a left or right turn in a business or residential area?
a.
At least 100 feet
b.
At least 75 feet
c.
At least 25 feet
d.
At least 50 feet
5. Which of the following is a true statement about large trucks, recreational vehicles and buses?
a.
It takes other vehicles longer to pass them
b.
They have bigger blind spots
c.
They need more room to maneuver
d.
It takes them longer to stop
e.
All of the above
6. How much space should you leave between your vehicle and a bicyclist when passing?
a.
At least 2 feet
b.
At least 3 feet
c.
At least 12 inches
d.
At least 4feet
7. You must dim your headlights within how many feet of an oncoming vehicle when driving at night?
a.
300 feet
b.
200 feet
c.
500 feet
d.
400 feet
e.
All of the above
8. In Illinois, children under what age require a child passenger restraint system?
a.
Under age 6 or less than 40 pounds
b.
Under age 8 or less than 40 pounds
c.
Under age 4 or less than 40 pounds
9. What is Kelsey's Law?
a.
Prohibits the issuance of a license to a driver under 18 with an unresolved traffic citation
b.
Prohibits the issuance of a license to a driver with a DUI on their record
c.
Ensures that drivers involved in fatal crashes are ineligible for court supervision
d.
Requires motorists to maintain at least three feet of space between a vehicle and bicycle on the road
10. Scott's Law, also known as the "Move Over" law, requires that drivers:
a.
slow down, change lanes (if possible) and proceed with caution when they encounter a stopped emergency vehicle with flashing lights or any stopped vehicle with hazard lights flashing.
b.
pull off the road when an emergency vehicle approaches
c.
driving more slowly than the flow of traffic drive in the right hand lane on expressways and freeways
d.
None of the above

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