Driving Test for Kansas

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This is a practice test for the Kansas Driving written exam.

  • 1
    When driving on wet or slippery roads, the speed limit is:
    55 MPH day and night.
    As posted.
    Reasonable for existing conditions.
    Not more than 30 MPH.
  • 2
    How far before turning does the law require you to give a signal?
    At least 100 ft. before turning.
    At least 200 ft. before turning.
    Far enough ahead for the car following you to see.
    At least 300 ft. before turning.
  • 3
    Under normal conditions, a safe following distance between your car and the car ahead is:
    Two seconds behind the vehicle you follow.
    Fifty feet.
    One car length.
    One hundred feet.
  • 4
    A blind person legally has the right-of-way when:
    Using a white cane or led by a dog.
    Wearing a white coat and trousers.
    Accompanied by another person.
    Wearing a white cloth tied around their arm.
  • 5
    When the automatic traffic signal turns yellow you should:
    Go on if the light turns yellow after you enter the intersection.
    You may enter the intersection on a yellow light.
    Go through the intersection slowly, since the yellow light means caution.
    Speed up to get to the intersection before the light changes to red.
  • 6
    When driving in a fog you should always use your:
    High headlight beams (bright lights).
    Parking lights.
    Low headlight beams (dim lights).
  • 7
    The best way to bring your car out of a skid is to:
    Put the brakes on quickly and hard.
    Hold the steering wheel to keep the wheels straight.
    Turn the steering wheel first to right and then to left.
    Turn the front wheels in the direction of the skid.
  • 8
    If your right wheels run off the pavement you should:
    Speed up so that you can cut the wheels sharply back on the road.
    Apply the brakes lightly, and turn back on the road at slow speed.
    Apply brakes hard and cut the wheels back onto the road.
  • 9
    When entering the interstate highway:
    Use acceleration lane to speed up before moving in.
    Stop before entering highway.
    Give signal and move into traffic.
    Move in quickly to avoid traffic congestion.
  • 10
    You should wear your seatbelt:
    All of the time you are in a vehicle.
    If you feel like you are in a dangerous area.
    Only if it is comfortable.

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