Illinois Road Rules Test 4

Our Illinois DMV practice test is easy to use and can be accessed online, making it convenient for you to study at your own pace. To make the most out of our practice test, we recommend the following steps:

  1. Take the practice test multiple times: Repeatedly taking the practice test will help you identify areas where you need more studying and build confidence in your knowledge.
  2. Review your answers: After each practice test, carefully review the questions you got wrong and research the correct answer to understand the concept better.
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Illinois Road Rules Test 04

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When towing another vehicle, in most cases the distance between the two vehicles should not exceed...?

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In rainy conditions, you should not use...?

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Zones, where passing is not allowed, are marked with what?

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If your blood-alcohol content is below 0.8%, you can...?

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If you wish to travel more slowly than the flow of traffic on an interstate highway or full access controlled freeway, you must drive in...?

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If you double the speed of your vehicle, what happens to your stopping distance?

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If chemical tests show that you are in excess of alcohol and/or THC levels for driving, your driving privileges will automatically be suspended for...?

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What should you do if your vehicle starts to skid?

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If you experience a tire blowout, which of these should you not do?

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You must not park within what distance of a crosswalk at an intersection?

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If you change your address from the one on your driver's license, you must notify the Secretary of State's office of the change within what time?

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In what way can a driver signal an intention to slow down or stop with their hand?

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Your rearview mirror must allow you to see at least what distance behind your car?

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Drivers under the age of 21 convicted of DUI will lose their driving privileges on first conviction for a minimum of how long?

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In which of these situations is it permissible to use a non-hands-free cell phone?

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How long do you have to report a crash after it has occurred?

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If a police officer asks to see your license or proof of insurance, what should you do?

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What is the speed limit in urban areas in Illinois?

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The lap belt of a safety belt should fit across the...?

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At night, you should always dim your full beam headlights before coming within what distance of an oncoming vehicle?

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When traveling in traffic moving at 25 mph, you should not be within what distance of the vehicle in front?

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When waiting to make a left turn, how should you align your wheels?

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Signing a ticket acknowledges...?

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Approaching a curve, what should you do?

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When driving in fog, you should turn on...?

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Tips to Pass the Illinois Driving Permit Test in First Attempt

Before applying for a driving license, you must know that driving a vehicle is a serious responsibility. While there is no magic formula for passing any test, we surely have five tips to increase your chances of succeeding in the Illinois driving permit test.

Understand driving rules well

Illinois Driving Permit TestThe Illinois driving permit test is structured to ensure that each candidate has the required knowledge to become a safe driver. Make sure you understand rather than memorize the rules and laws regarding driving. Understand the concepts behind the content rather than passively learning them.

Important aspects, such as speed limits and safe driving practices, should be at your fingertips. This way, you will be more likely to utilize them behind the wheel and be more confident during written and road tests.

Get a good night’s sleep and a healthy breakfast before the test

Try to get at least 8 hours of sleep before your written driving test. Have a wholesome breakfast that includes protein, carbohydrates, and fruit. If you have time, do light exercises or go for a brisk walk.

Research suggests that getting proper sleep after learning helps consolidate information into memories, enabling you to save them in your mind. Therefore, sufficient sleep is essential to do better in your test.

Don’t let anxiety get the better of you

It is natural to feel nervous when encountering a question you don’t know the answer to. In such a case, relax and choose the best answer. Letting anxiety take over can cloud your judgment.

Nervousness may cause you to make the wrong decision. It can have an impact similar to that of stage fright. Try to overcome nerves to ace your test on the first attempt. 

If there is any confusion, it helps to narrow down your answer choices to the best two. Following that, choose the one that makes the most sense.

At home, surround yourself with family and friends who help you study and motivate you to succeed. Try scheduling your Illinois driving permit test as early as possible to get it over with early and avoid undue stress on the test day. If that is not possible, find ways to relax before the test.

Stay calm

Have a “can-do” attitude. Repeat positive affirmations, focus on the task, and take deep breaths before the test. Reviewing notes in detail in the morning would be a mistake—instead, just quickly go through them.  

A quick review without forgetting the details will help you stay calm before the test. If you feel you are running out of time, first answer the questions you know best and are confident about.

Give yourself enough time to learn and ensure you don’t schedule the test too soon. Stay focused and change your study plans as needed.

Read each question thoroughly

Read every question properly to understand it fully. Traffic laws seem straightforward, but the examiner may give you situations where there may be many factors to consider before deciding on the right answer.

The passing threshold for the Illinois DMV Permit Test is 80%., which implies getting 28 out of 35 answers correct. Don’t focus too much on the threshold during your exam if it adds to your stress.

Review answers before submitting

If you are taking a paper exam, read through all the answers. Make sure you did not miss any questions.

If you feel confused, you may evaluate whether the answer fits your intuition. Don’t stress over each question; just pick the answer you think is correct rather than leaving the space blank: an intelligent guess could be the correct answer.

Once you know that you are geared up for a written Illinois driving permit test, take the practice test again before ending your preparation.

This will give you confidence and ensure you are well-equipped with all the necessary information. It will also identify any weak spots you may have so that you can revise those topics once again. Once you are all set, enter the exam room with a positive attitude and a ready mind.

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