Arizona Driver License Test Practice – 30 Questions

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#1. To avoid getting tired on a long trip, it is often a good idea to:

When you are tired, you cannot drive as well as you do when you are rested. Decisions are slower and more difficult to make, with a tendency to become upset easily. There is always the chance you will fall asleep behind the wheel. To keep from getting tired on a long trip:

  • Get a lot of rest before you start.
  • Do not take any drugs that can make you drowsy.
  • Do not drive long hours.
  • Take regular rest stops, even if you are not tired. Stop for coffee or a soft drink every 100 miles or every two hours.
  • Keep shifting your eyes from one part of the road to another. Look at objects near and far, left and right, and check the speedometer.
  • Roll your window down to get some fresh air.

If none of the above suggestions seem to help you stay awake, the best thing to do is pull off the highway at the first rest stop. A short nap may be enough to refresh you.

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#2. Heavy rain frequently causes flash floods in Arizona washes. If you encounter flooded washes, you should:

Heavy rain frequently causes flash floods in Arizona washes. Do not cross flooded washes. Water can stall your engine, hide potholes and can carry your vehicle downstream. Seek an alternate route.

A driver of a vehicle who drives around barricades set up due to flooding is liable for the expenses of any emergency response.

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#3. Which is true about large trucks?

Trucks require a much longer stopping distance. In general, it takes trucks twice as long to stop.

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#4. If you rear-ended the car in front of you, you were probably:

Most rear end crashes are caused by following too closely. If you are following too closely, you may not be able to stop in time.

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#5. If you are convicted of speeding, it will result in the following points on your driving record:

Three points will be assessed for speeding.

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#6. Passing another vehicle on the right is allowed if:

Passing on the right is permitted only when it is safe and:

  • The driver of the other vehicle is making a left turn.
  • An open highway is clearly marked for two or more lanes of vehicles moving in the same direction as you are going.
  • You are in a business or residential district where the pavement is wide enough for two or more lanes of vehicles moving in the direction you are going.
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#7. If you create an immediate hazard to another person by exceeding the speed limit, running an red light and not keeping a safe following distance, you will most likely be cited for:

You may be cited for aggressive driving if you create immediate hazard to another person or vehicle by exceeding the posted speed limit and committing two of the following violations:

  • Failure to obey traffic control signs or signals.
  • Passing another vehicle on the right side.
  • Unsafe lane change.
  • Following too close.
  • Failure to yield to emergency vehicles.
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#8. When brakes fail:

When brakes fail do not panic. Ease off the gas pedal. Shift to a lower gear and remember your parking brake. Apply your parking brake cautiously so that you do not lock the wheels and throw your car into a skid.

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#9. If your vehicle is equipped with air bags:

Air bags can save lives and prevent serious injuries. They are intended to be used with safety belts. In Arizona, each front seat occupant of a motor vehicle must be buckled up.

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#10. You can drink alcohol while driving:

It is a Class 2 misdemeanor for a driver or passenger to consume or possess an open container of spirituous liquor in the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle while on any public highway or right-of-way.

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#11. You must make sure that you have enough space to pass another vehicle on a two-lane road:

Whenever signs or road markings permit you to pass, you must always make sure you have time and room to get all the way in front of the vehicle you are passing without creating danger for vehicles coming toward you and before you reach a no-passing zone.

Do not pass when approaching a curve or the top of a hill where you cannot see ahead to be sure of safe passing. Passing is prohibited within 100 feet of a street crossing.

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#12. Crossing a double solid white line is:

A double solid white line separates two lanes of traffic going in the same direction. Crossing a double solid white line is prohibited.

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#13. When observing law enforcement lights and/or sirens activated behind you, you should:

When observing law enforcement lights and/or sirens activated behind you, drivers should immediately yield to the right side of the roadway by activating your turn signal, checking blind spots and vehicle mirrors, and yielding to the right shoulder or curb of the roadway. The driver should stop their vehicle in a safe location off the highway or off the main traveled portion of the roadway as soon as practical. After the car is stopped drivers should put the car in park and remain in the vehicle.

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#14. You are stopped behind a school bus. Red lights stop flashing and the stop sign folds back. What should you do?

When approaching a school bus that is picking up or dropping off passengers, you must come to a complete stop before reaching the bus, regardless of your direction of travel.

You are not required to stop for a school bus on a divided roadway when traveling in the opposite direction. A divided roadway is one in which the road is separated by physical barriers such as a fence, curbing or separation of the pavement. Roadway striping by itself does not constitute a physical separation of the roadway.

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#15. When approaching an intersection to make a left turn and oncoming traffic prevents you from making an immediate turn, you should:

When turning left, watch for approaching traffic in the opposite lane. If traffic is about to reach the intersection at approximately the same time, stop until it is safe for you to turn.

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#16. When driving in a roundabout, you should:

Once inside the roundabout, don’t stop and don’t try to pass large trucks. Follow directions on signs or pavement markings about which lane to use, then stay in your lane. Use your right turn signal when exiting.

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#17. What does this sign mean?

Bike Crossing. The yellow (or fluorescent yellow-green) bicyclists sign is an example of a warning sign. Watch for bicyclists on or entering the roadway.

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#18. Which signal means you must come to a complete stop, yield to cross traffic or pedestrians, and then proceed when it is safe?

A flashing red light has the same meaning as a stop sign. You must come to a full stop, then proceed with caution when the roadway is clear.

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#19. This sign tells you:

No Left Turn.

You must not make a left turn at this intersection.

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#20. Which is the background color on a road sign like this?

Construction and maintenance signs are used to notify drivers of possible danger in or near work areas. Most signs used in highway and street work areas are diamond-shaped. Orange is the basic color.

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#21. Locked wheel skids are usually caused by:

This type of skid is usually caused by braking too hard at a high rate of speed and locking the wheels. Ease off the brake if the wheels lock and the car begins to skid.

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#22. What can help to reduce the amount of glare from oncoming vehicles at night?

If the high beams of an oncoming car are not dimmed, avoid looking directly at the bright lights. Glance toward the right side of the road, then look ahead to determine the position of the other vehicle. Keep doing this until you have passed the other vehicle.

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#23. Parking 21 feet from the nearest rail of a railroad crossing:

It is illegal to park within 50 feet of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing.

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#24. You have been forced to drive through deep water. What is the first thing you should do afterwards?

Check your brakes after leaving the water to see if they will stop the car. If the brakes are wet, they may suddenly grab or pull to one side. Dry them by accelerating slowly while gently holding down the brake pedal.

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#25. When you approach this sign at an intersection, you should:

This is a yield sign.

Three-sided red yield signs require that you yield the right-of-way to cross traffic or to merging traffic.

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#26. What does this sign mean?

The side/cross road sign tells you that there is an intersection ahead. Watch out for traffic entering from the side road and oncoming traffic turning.

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#27. When should you drive with your parking lights turned on?

Whenever it is necessary to drive with your lights on, you must use your headlights. Use your parking lights only when you are parked.

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#28. You are following a school bus and there is a railroad crossing ahead. You must slow down and be prepared to stop because the bus:

Some vehicles must stop before crossing train tracks. These vehicles include school buses, and trucks transporting hazardous loads.

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#29. When driving beside a motorcycle:

Motorcycles are allowed the full width of a lane in which to maneuver. Never crowd into the same lane as a motorcycle.

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#30. During the first six months with a graduated driver license (Class G), you may drive after midnight if accompanied by:

During the first six months with a graduated driver license (Class G), you may not drive a motor vehicle between the hours of midnight and 5:00 a.m. unless:

  • A parent or legal guardian with a valid Class A, B, C or D license occupies the front passenger seat, or
  • Driving directly to or from a sanctioned school-sponsored activity, place of employment, a sanctioned religious activity or a family emergency.
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AZ MVD Written Examination

Key numbers for your Arizona Driver License test:

Number of Questions: 30
Correct answers needed: 24
Passing score: 80 percent
Time limit: No limit
Earliest retest upon failure: 7 days

What You Should Know about the Arizona Driver License Test

The written examination is a multiple-choice test taken on a computer.

Just like this practice test, the official test is randomized, which means that you are not likely to get the same test as another test taker. Questions are drawn from a larger question bank and will cover the most important items in the Arizona Driver License Manual .

To improve your chances of passing the first time you should always get a copy of the manual and read it.

The passing score is 80%. You must correctly answer 24 of 30 questions to pass.

Questions cover common traffic signs and signals, safe driving, and Arizona traffic laws.

Is the Arizona Driver License Test Hard?

Arizona does not publish knowledge test failure rates. It is, however, estimated that one of three new drivers fails the written examination.

Test difficulty is graded “moderate”. Not the hardest out there, but also not the easiest.

Moderate - DMV Test difficulty grading by licenseroute

Arizona Graduated Driver Licensing Law

Arizona has a Graduated Driver Licensing program to help young drivers get their initial driving experience under conditions that involve lower risks. With a step-by-step program they are introduced in stages to more complex driving situations.

The program has three phases:

    Graduated Instruction Permit
    Graduated Driver License (Conditional License)
    Full and Unrestricted Driver License

Instruction Permit Requirements for Teens

  Minimum age is 15 years and 6 months

To be eligible for a Graduated Instruction Permit, a teenager must be at least 15 years and 6 months old.



  Proof of identity, age, and legal presence is needed

The teen and parent must provide necessary application documents. These include documents that show full name and birth date, like a birth certificate or passport, social security number, and proof of Arizona address .

For teens under 18 years, the application for an instruction permit or driver license must be signed by at least one adult, usually a parent or legal guardian. The adult will be responsible for any negligence or willful misconduct when the teen is driving.

  Must pass vision exam and the written test

Before the application is approved, a teenager must pass a vision test and the written test.

  Practice driving with the Graduated Instruction Permit

After passing the test, MVD issues a temporary Instruction Permit, also known as a Learner’s Permit.

The permit allows a teenager to practice driving together with a license driver who is at least 21 years old.

When you practice driving, you must always have the permit in your possession and the supervising driver must always occupy the front seat next to you.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Test

The written driver license test in Arizona has 30 questions. You must correctly answer 24 of 30 questions to pass.

The passing score is 80%. You must correctly answer 24 of 30 questions to pass.

Arizona does not publish knowledge test failure rates. It is, however, estimated that one of three new drivers fails the written examination. Test difficulty is graded "moderate".

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