Get all the practice you can before taking the California DMV written test. Here are some practice questions issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Do you think you can get every one of them right? Let’s find out.
California DMV Written Test for Practice
It is best that you have someone else ask you the California DMV written test questions and not read them yourself. Accidentally seeing the answer wouldn’t be a good test.
1) You’re in the desert and a dust storm starts blowing across the road. You slow down and then:
a) Turn on the lights inside your car.
b) Turn on your parking lights.
c) Turn on your headlights.
2) Everyone else is going 70mph or more, but the speed limit is only 65mph. You may legally drive:
a) To keep up with the speed of the other vehicles.
b) Between 65mph and 70mph.
3) When starting to pass another vehicle you should:
a) Assume the other driver won’t make space for you to get back into your lane.
b) Assume the other driver will let you pass them if you use your turn signal.
c) Assume the other driver will stay at a constant speed.
4) Which vehicles must always stop before crossing the railroad tracks?
a) Hazardous material tank trucks.
b) Motor homes or pickups towing a boat trailer.
c) Any vehicle with 3 or more axles or weighing more than 4,000 pounds,
5) You can pass on a double yellow line if the yellow line is next to:
a) A solid line on the other side of the road.
b) A broken line on your side of the road.
c) A broken line on the other side of the road.
Good Luck with the Test!
We wish you luck in taking the California DMV written test and we hope you get every question right. Remember to bring your new car into A1 Performance Auto Repair for oil changes!
Answers: 1:c, 2:c, 3:a, 4:a, 5:b