Oregon DMV Driving Test

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1. Teenage drivers are more likely to be involved in a crash when:
2. You must stop when you see a:
3. When you are turning from a one-way street onto a two-way or divided street, always turn from
4. When you drive in city traffic, you should try to look at least
5. Pedestrians crossing at corners have the right-of-way:
6. You see a car approaching from the rear, but when you check your mirror again before changing lanes, you no longer see it. you should:
7. You are on a two-way street, stopped at an intersection. can you legally turn left on a red light into a one-way street?
8. To make a right turn start in the right-hand lane and end in:
9. Which of the following are used as left-edge lines on divided highways?
10. This orange-colored sign represents
11. Double solid yellow lines painted down the middle of the road mean
12. You must not cross a double line to pass another vehicle if the line on your side:
13. When driving in the far right lane of a freeway, you:
14. If there are no reduced speed limits posted at work zones, drivers should
15. What is the speed limit reduced of a typical oregon school zone?
16. In oregon, fog lights may be white or amber, and the beam must strike the road not more than ____ ahead of the vehicle on which it is mounted.
17. A 'no stopping' sign means that, unless directed to do so by a policeman, you may stop only
18. What is a common factor in the traffic deaths of teenage drivers?
19. You are approaching an intersection with a traffic signal and the light changes from green to yellow. you should:
20. You need time to react to what a driver ahead may do. under normal conditions, you can keep a safe following distance from the car ahead by staying behind for a count of at least:

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About Permit Practice Tests

To operate a motorcycle in Oregon, you must have a motorcycle instruction permit or a motorcycle endorsement for a 2-wheeled or 3-wheeled motorcycle on your driver's license. Licenses are issued by Driver and Motor Vehicle (DMV) Services. You can apply for an instruction permit or endorsement at age 16. A motorcycle permit or endorsement allows you to operate a motorcycle, motorbike, scooter, or moped on public roads.

To receive a motorcycle instruction permit, you must apply, submit the required documentation, pass the vision screening and the motorcycle knowledge exam, and pay the fees. To receive a 2-wheel motorcycle endorsement, you must successfully complete either the Basic Rider Training (BRT) or Intermediate Rider Training (IRT) course from Team Oregon. Additionally, you will need to submit an application and documentation, pass the vision screening, and pay the fees. Applicants who complete the BRT course are not required to take the motorcycle knowledge or skills tests. Those who complete the IRT course must pass the motorcycle skills test. To receive a 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement, you must apply, submit your documentation, pay the fees, and pass the vision, knowledge, and skills tests.

Tests are scheduled through the DMV. Only five locations in the state offer testing for a 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement. The motorcycle knowledge test contains 25 questions about road rules and safety. You must answer 20 of the questions correctly to pass. The motorcycle skills test assesses your ability to operate your motorcycle safely. If you fail, you must schedule your retest with the DMV.