Could You Still Pass the Oklahoma Driving Test? | Landers CDJR of Norman

March 30th, 2018 by

Whether you’re 15 years old working on your learner’s permit or you’re getting your driver’s license for the first time in your 50s, learning to drive is a rite of passage. Nothing compares to the feeling of walking out of the permit exam clutching that little slip of paper that gives you permission to fly down the road in a 3,000-lb machine. Needless to say, the driving permit exam is pretty important. It teaches you the rules of the road; everything you need to keep yourself and others safe while you’re driving. But do you think you could still pass it?

It can’t hurt to brush up on your driving knowledge, no matter how long you’ve been behind the wheel. Our team here at Landers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Norman picked 10 random questions from the Oklahoma DMV permit exam to test your street smarts. If you want to know whether or not you could still pass, read through the questions below and test your knowledge as you go.

Q: The stopping distance of your vehicle depends on which of the following factors?

-Reaction distance

-Braking distance

-Perception distance

-All of the above


A: All of the above.


Q: When two vehicles enter an intersection at approximately the same time and there are no traffic signs or signals, which one has the right-of-way?

-The driver turning right

-The driver on the left

-The driver on the right

-The driver turning left


A: The driver on the right.


Q: This sign indicates:












-No entry for trucks

-Dangerous-goods vehicles crossing a highway.

-High-occupancy vehicles entering a highway.

-Trucks entering a highway.


A: Trucks entering a highway.


Q: You must use your headlights ____, and at other times when visibility is low.

-90 minutes after sunset and 90 minutes before sunrise

-30 minutes after sunset and 30 minutes before sunrise

-60 minutes after sunset and 60 minutes before sunrise

-120 minutes after sunset and 120 minutes before sunrise


A: 30 minutes after sunset and 30 minutes before sunrise


Q: This crossbuck sign with flashing lights means that:


















-Watch and proceed slowly

-The crossing is allowed

-A train has passed

-A train is coming


A: A train is coming.


Q: You must NOT park your vehicle in which of the following places?

-Within 20 feet of a crosswalk

-Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant

-On a sidewalk

-All of the above


A: All of the above.


Q: When passing on a highway, you must not pass within:

-100 feet of an obstructed view

-75 feet of an obstructed view

-25 feet of an obstructed view

-50 feet of an obstructed view


A: 100 feet of an obstructed view.


Q: What type of headlight beam should you use when driving at night in heavy fog?

-High beams

-Low beams

-Flashing light beams

-Emergency lights


A: Low beams.


Q: What does this sign mean?













-The road ahead turns right

-Take a detour

-The road ahead curves sharply

-The road ahead is closed


A: The road ahead curves sharply.


Q: When driving on ice, snow, sleet, gravel, sand, and other loose surfaces, you must tap your brakes slightly, at ____, to avoid a skid.

-One-second intervals

-Five-second intervals

-Three-second intervals

-Four-second intervals


A: One-second intervals.

This is only a small sampling of the many questions you could come across on the Oklahoma DMV permit test, but it might just jog your memory! If you didn’t do so well on these, maybe it’s time to study up and refresh your memory. Stay safe out there, Norman!

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