#1. Children must ride correctly secured in a federally approved child safety seat up to what age?
Children up to age eight must ride correctly secured in a federally approved child safety seat.
#2. Shared lane markings indicate that bicyclists:
Shared lane markings (also known as sharrows) are used to indicate the lane is shared by both motor vehicles and bicyclists. The markings may be placed in the travel lane to indicate where bicyclists should preferably ride. Motorists should avoid passing bicyclists until a safe distance of no less than three feet clearance exists.
#3. If you cannot get in the clear on the other side of a railroad crossing, you should:
Never start to cross if there is not enough room for your vehicle on the far side and if you will have to stop on the tracks. Wait until there is room for your vehicle on the far side.
#4. When going straight ahead in a roundabout with multiple lanes, you should:
When going straight through the intersection, choose either lane, and exit in the lane you entered.
If you intend to exit the roundabout less than halfway around it, use the right lane.
If you intend to exit the roundabout more than halfway around it, use the left lane.
#5. What should you do at the first sign of rain, snow, or sleet?
Slow down at the first sign of rain, snow, or sleet. Increase the distance from the car ahead of you. Turn on your windshield wipers, headlights, and defroster, as needed.
#6. Before getting out of your parked car on the traffic side of a street, you should:
Check traffic before getting out of vehicle. Shut the door as soon as you can after getting out.
#7. Under certain conditions, you may receive a ticket for speeding even if you are driving at or less than the posted speed limit:
Posted speed limits do not tell you at what speed to drive. They only tell you what the maximum legal speed is under ideal conditions. You must reduce your speed when conditions require it. Nebraska’s speed law requires driving at a speed that is reasonable and safe under existing conditions.
#8. When you approach this sign, you must:
This sign provides advance notice to upcoming speed limit change. Be prepared to slow down.
#9. After a court ordered revocation, you will be required to carry an SR-22 for how long?
SR-22 is a written certification of insurance from an insurance company. This proof of financial responsibility must be provided for three years from the ending date of a revocation.
#10. If you are in a left turn lane and facing a traffic signal with a steady green arrow, oncoming traffic has:
If in the proper lane, proceed in the direction of the arrow whether the green arrow is displayed alone or in combination with another signal and the roadway is clear. Oncoming traffic has a red light.
#11. This road sign tells you:
Low clearance. The overpass has a low clearance. Do not proceed if the vehicle height exceeds the dimensions indicated.
#12. What does this sign indicate?
The one-way sign is used to indicate streets or roadways upon which traffic is allowed to travel in one direction only. You may only drive on these roads in the direction of the arrow. Never turn against the arrow.
The sign is placed parallel to the one-way street at all alleys and roadways that intersect one-way roadways. Unless placed at a T-intersection, the sign does not indicate that turning is needed.
#13. You have changed lane to overtake a school bus. The bus driver activates amber warning lights. What should you do?
When you meet an oncoming school bus displaying flashing amber lights, you must slow down to no more than 25 mph and be prepared to stop.
#14. When should you always proceed against a red light?
Directions given by a police officer overrule the message of any sign, signal, or road marking. Always obey a police officer when the officer is directing traffic.
#15. Which of the following is a common mistake while driving?
Avoid staring directly in front of your car. Learn to read the road. Keep shifting your eyes from one area of the roadway to another, near and far left and right.
#16. To improve visibility when driving in rain or fog, drivers should use:
Use the low beams in fog or when it is snowing or raining. Light from high beams will reflect back, causing glare and making it more difficult to see ahead.
#17. When sharing the road with a bicyclist:
Give extra space to pedestrians or bicycles, especially children. They can move into your path quickly and without warning.
Try to keep a distance of at least three feet.
#18. Backing a vehicle on interstate highways:
Backing up or using emergency crossover points on the interstate is prohibited.
#19. When taking drugs that are likely to affect your driving, you should:
You must not drive under the influence of drugs or medicine.
Consult your physician or pharmacist regarding any prescription medication and its possible effects on driving. Over-the-counter medication packaging should be examined for possible side effects that may affect driving abilities.
Remember, it is your responsibility to know the effects of the medications you take.
#20. Signs with fluorescent yellow-green background mark:
Fluorescent yellow-green is used for high emphasis warning of school, pedestrian, and bicycling activity.
#21. If you were involved in a collision and fail to submit a written accident report:
Failure to report a crash as required, is unlawful and persons in violation shall be guilty of a Class II or III misdemeanor and may have their license or privilege to drive revoked.
#22. When are you most at risk of drowsy driving?
You are most at risk when you are sleep deprived, drive long distances without rest breaks, and take medicine that increases sleepiness.
In order to be the best and safest driver, you must be well rested and alert. Get enough sleep before a trip. Consume caffeinated food or drink to boost short term alertness and schedule a break every 100 miles to take a quick rest or nap or to get some exercise.
#23. You approach this road sign. What does it tell you?
Added lane sign. Traffic from another road will be entering the road. No merging is necessary because a lane has been added.
#24. How often can you get a credit of two points on your driving record by completing a driver improvement course?
A credit of two points may be granted to a driver successfully completing a DMV approved Driver Improvement Course prior to twelve points being accumulated. This can only be utilized every five years. This course must be completed prior to the date of violation which would assess the twelfth point.
#25. When a large truck appears to be turning left ahead, you should:
Because of the size, trucks sometimes need to swing wide to manage their turns.
When they do, truck drivers cannot see cars directly behind or beside them. Give them plenty of room and never try to squeeze around them.
When following a tractor-trailer, observe its turn signals before trying to pass. If it appears to be starting a left turn, wait a moment to check and see which way the driver is going to turn before passing on the right.
Nebraska DMV Written Test
Quick facts about your DMV driver’s license test in Nebraska:
|Number of Questions:||25|
|Correct answers needed:||20|
|Passing score:||80 percent|
|Earliest retest upon failure:||1 day|
500+ Nebraska Permit Test Questions
This practice test for a Nebraska Driver License or Learner Permit has 25 questions randomly drawn from a database with more than 500 DMV questions.
After each question, you will get a quick feedback. There are also brief explanations if your answer is wrong.
The practice test is specifically designed to help you pass the Nebraska written DMV exam, which means that answers are not always applicable to other state tests.
To study for your written exam, you should get a copy of Nebraska Driver’s Manual. If you are enrolled in an approved driver education, a copy is usually provided as part of your education. You can also get a copy from any Nebraska DMV service center or download a copy online at dmv.nebraska.gov .
Everything you need to learn for your NE written test is found in this manual.
The Nebraska Written Permit Test
Just like this sample test, the real written test has 25 random questions.
You need 20 correct answers to pass your examination (a passing score of 80%).
If you fail your test, you must wait at least one day before you can take it again.
There is no time limit on the written test, which means that you should take your time och carefully read questions and all choices before you answer. Being over-confident and answering too quickly is the most common reason people fail the test.
Is the Nebraska DMV Test Hard?
The Nebraska DMV test is known to be difficult. About half of all first-time test takers fail the exam. We grade the difficulty level as hard.
Study the Driver’s Manual more than once and if you take the test for a permit, don’t forget to learn the restrictions that will be placed on your permit.
As a teenager, you should also be aware of the driving risks you face as a new young driver, including impaired driving and the use of cell phones while driving. contrary to popular belief, most teen crashes are not caused by aggressive driving or thrill-seeking. Instead, they are more often caused by errors associated with inexperience.
When you renew your license or transfer an out-of-state license to a Nebraska Driver License, the knowledge test is usually waived in the discretion of DMV personnel.
In some situations, however, DMV will ask for a new knowledge test. You will be notified ahead of such a test.
Use these practice tests to verify if you are ready or not for a test.