Wisconsin driver's examination

Number of tests: 14
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
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
When is it OK to drive faster than the posted speed limit?
As long as it takes to safely pass another vehicle
If you don't see any other traffic in your lane
This sign means
Truck stop ahead.
No trucks allowed.
Hill ahead.
Trucks under 18,000 lbs. allowed.
The most effective safety restraints in a traffic crash are
combination lap/shoulder belt and air bag
no safety restraint
lap and shoulder belt only
air bag only
If you are involved in a serious motor vehicle crash
determine if anyone is injured
all of the above
call the police
What can you do to avoid the need to make emergency (or “panic”) stops while driving in traffic?
Drive in the right lane only
Drive slower than the flow of traffic
Look ahead and maintain a safe following distance
Honk your horn to make others aware of your presence
This road sign means:
Intersection ahead
Merging traffic
Steep hill
On slippery roads, you should:
Slow down.
Go faster.
Go the speed limit, with caution.
Not drive faster than 20 mph.
To avoid a collision, you should:
Stop, turn, or speed up.
Drive across the left lane to the left shoulder of the road.
Stay in your lane and brace for the accident.
Move into the other vehicle’s lane.
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