Massachusetts DMV.com Sample Practice Test Sections

There is only one way to pass the DMV writing test: Study hard!

With the DMV.com Sample Practice Test, you have unparalleled access to questions you’ll find on the real DMV written test. Questions touch on all the major points, getting you ready to ace the written drivers test your first time.

Traffic Laws

To get through the roadways safely, understanding the traffic laws is critical for every driver in Massachusetts. The purpose of the laws is to keep every driver safe while behind the wheel. Whether it is understanding how to navigate a four-way “Stop” sign intersection, or knowing the number of feet before you should turn on your indicator, the traffic laws will be covered in the DMV driver’s test. See how well you know them by taking the Sample Driving Practice Exam.

Traffic Signals

In any part of the country, traffic signals will be guiding you through the roadways. So there needs to be a perfect comprehension of what the different colors and signals indicate. Whether it is over a bridge or navigating you through an intersection, you need to understand the differences in order to pass the knowledge test:

  • Learn how to navigate traffic.
  • Learn how to go through pedestrian crossings.
  • Learn how to turn at an intersection.
  • Learn how to enter a ramp.

Try out the FREE DMV.com Sample Practice Test to improve your understanding of traffic signals.

Traffic Signs

A significant number of questions will focus on traffic signs. You will need to tell the difference between colors, shapes and intentions. Signs are used to guide drivers to different roads or indicate a number of upcoming events, such as: turns, merged lanes, highway ramps and much more. Test how well you know the road signs with the Sample Driver’s Practice Test above.

Pavement Markings

You have already seen pavement markings – dashes, double lines, and single lines that come in yellow or white. But do you know what they mean? To be a safe driver, the MA DMV needs to verify that you know how to read pavement markings.

Take the DMV sample test to see how well you know these road lines:

  • Lane separations
  • No passing zones
  • Edges of the roadway
  • Turning lanes
  • Reversible lanes
  • One-way roads
  • Bicycle lanes
  • Sharrows (shared-use lanes)

Inclement Weather

Inclement weather can be anything from slight rain to heavy snowfall or hail. If driving in conditions that are less than perfect, you need to be able to handle your vehicle in a safe way. Review the chapters that discuss driving in inclement weather to know how to maneuver your vehicle if any of the following situations happen:

  • Driving with wet brakes
  • Brake failure
  • Blown tires
  • Engine malfunction
  • Skidding
  • Jammed gas pedals

Massachusetts DMV Driving Exam Study Checklist

There is only one way to get the positive results you desire on your RMV written knowledge test, and that is to establish an efficient study schedule. Take a look at the checklist below and use DMV.com’s highly effective study recommendations to pass the first time:

  1. Get your copy of the Massachusetts state driving manual and go over the road rules and regulations sections. You will be asked about the information in these chapters on the official knowledge test.
  2. In order to adjust to the format and content of the official exam, be sure to take the DMV.com Sample Practice Test. You can rest assured that all the questions you see here closely resemble those that you will find on test day.
  3. For the best supplemental study aid, use DMV.com’s comprehensive Study Guide. You’ll find all of the key points from the official state manual presented in a way that is easy for you to understand and recall on exam day.
  4. If you need a little more study help or some more practice, invest in the DMV.com Premium Practice Test. You have unlimited access to questions that are similar in format and in content to those on the official test.
  5. Aim for a score of 90% on the practice test. Once you reach that mark, you are more than ready to take the real test and ace it on your first try.

Getting Your MA Driver’s License

There is a specific process that you must go through in order to walk away from the Massachusetts DMV office with a driver’s license. The first part of the process is passing the written drivers test, yet it is just the first of many. See the steps below for getting a new MA driving license.

  1. Give DMV.com’s Free Sample Exam a try to gauge your road knowledge.
  2. Get access to the DMV.com Study Guide to build upon any knowledge areas that you are having trouble remembering.
  3. Continue to take our practice exams until you get a result that you’re happy with.
  4. Know all the different documents you are going to have to bring to the Registry of Motor Vehicles office and get them together.
  5. Set up an appointment to take your written exam.
  6. Pass the RMV’s state written knowledge test.
  7. Pass the required vision exam, designed to test your field vision and your vision of colors.
  8. Get a passing score on the driving skills test.
  9. Hand in all of the required documents, including parental consent for your application.
  10. Get your Massachusetts driving license.
Last updated on Tuesday, May 15 2018.

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