Wisconsin driver's examination

Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 10
Directions: Licensing requirements include a vision screening, a knowledge test, and a driving skills test on the satisfactory operation of a motor vehicle.

The knowledge test for your learner's permit is based on information contained in this driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Wisconsin traffic laws. Knowledge tests administered at most Division of Motor Vehicles service centers are given on a computerized system.

The Knowledge tests include 50 multiple choice questions

If you answer at least 40 questions correctly from the sample tests provided here AND you have thoroughly read the "Wisconsin Driver's Handbook" and "All You Need to Know About Your Driver's License", you will be well prepared to take the knowledge test for your learner's permit.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
10 or fewer errors
The amount of alcohol in the blood is referred to as:
implied consent (IC)
blood alcohol concentration (BAC)
rate of alcohol consumption (RAC)
The extra space in front of a large truck is needed for:
The truck driver to stop the vehicle.
Other drivers when merging onto a freeway.
Other drivers when they want to slow down.
If you experience a tire blowout
Slow down gradually and use brakes lightly
Apply the brakes firmly
Tap or pump the brakes
A vehicle suddenly "cuts" in front of you creating a hazard. Which of these actions should you take first
Take your foot off the gas
Honk and step on the brake firmly
Swerve into the lane next to you
As the percentage of alcohol (BAC) in your blood increases, you become:
More intoxicated
More coordinated
More sober
This sign means:
Merging Traffic
Low clearance
Prepare to stop
Side Road
If you are stopped and the officer suspects you have been drinking, you can refuse the BAC test
If you haven't been drinking
if you think you will fail
The law requires to stay at least how far behind a snowplow with its red or amber lights on
400 feet
300 feet
200 feet
500 feet
If you stop at a railroad crossing with more than one track:
Go through as soon as the train passes
Wait until you have a clear view of both tracks
Stop on the railroad track and watch for another train
Go through when one of the tracks is free
If someone is driving aggressively behind you, you should:
Block the passing lane
Speed up as he or she is passing you
Try to get out of the aggressive driver’s way
Stare at the driver as he or she is passing you
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