Illinois Road Rules Test 2

Our Illinois DMV practice test covers all the essential topics tested on the official driving exam. This includes traffic laws, road signs, and safe driving practices. Our practice test is designed to be comprehensive and will help you build a solid knowledge foundation before taking the exam.

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Illinois Road Rules Test 02

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Drivers under the age of 21 who are convicted of possession, consumption, purchase or receipt of alcohol will have their driver's license suspended for how long (minimum)?

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Which of these is the only time you do not have to stop for a school bus?

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If you park on a highway between sunset and sunrise outside urban areas, you must display...?

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When switching lanes on a multilane highway, you must...?

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When following a motorcycle, you should give how much following distance?

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You must not make U-turns on curves or hills unless you can see for a minimum of what distance in all directions?

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When stopped by police officers, what should you do with your hands?

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An instruction permit allows individuals to drive with parents, legal guardians or responsible adults aged...?

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If two vehicles on different roadways arrive at a four-way stop intersection at the same time, who should yield?

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When passing a vehicle on a two-lane highway, you must return to your original lane before coming within what distance of any oncoming vehicles?

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When driving in Illinois, you must carry at least how much insurance for the injury or death of more than one person in a crash?

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At stop signs, flashing lights or lowered crossing gates at railroad crossings, you must stop within which distances from the crossing?

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When turning right, you should...?

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Drivers aged 15 with an instruction permit may not drive on Fridays and Saturdays between what hours?

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If your car is disabled and you need to draw other drivers' attention to it, you should turn on...?

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In what way can a driver signal an intention to turn left with their hand?

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In what circumstances may you pass a school bus that is loading or discharging passengers?

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What is the speed limit on a four-lane highway in Illinois?

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You may not pass another vehicle within what distance of a bridge, viaduct or tunnel?

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When passing a pedestrian walking on the road or shoulder of the roadway, you must leave what minimum distance from them?

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You must not park within what distance of a fire hydrant?

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Outside business or residential areas, you must signal your intention to turn at least what distance before turning?

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When parallel parking, your curbside wheels should be parallel and within what distance of the curb?

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Children aged below the age of 8 must be secured in a car with...?

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Which of these is a permissible reason not to be driving on the right half of a roadway?

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5 Reasons Why taking an Illinois Practice Driving Test is Important

Illinois Practice Driving TestRegular practice is essential to passing a driving test, whether written or practical. While you can polish your driving skills through practice behind the wheel, you can improve your knowledge of driving laws and rules by attempting practice tests.

The Illinois practice driving test is a mock assessment modeled after the actual test. Attempting it will aid you in acing your driving exam.

Understanding the test pattern

Practice tests are the best way to familiarize oneself with the test pattern. This way, the element of surprise is ruled out from the equation.

DMV written tests are prepared in a way that detects what you know and what you don’t know. Practicing acquaints you with most of the possible quirks in a typical test.

You are likely to get accustomed to most questions through enough practice. Understanding the format will help you modify your study strategies accordingly.

Identifying problem areas

Practice tests help evaluate your knowledge and signal whether you need to study more of a particular topic.

After taking a practice test, it is highly advisable to revise. For instance, you may not retain numbers well or have trouble with road signs.

Going through particular topics again will help you train well. A major advantage of online practice tests is that you can prepare through your smartphone or laptop wherever and whenever you have spare time.

Time management

Practice tests help teach time management well. It is best to do a focused study without any time restrictions and then set a time limit the second time.

Construct an organized study plan for yourself. Try not to cram all the information by memorizing it at once. The key is to study for short periods.

A good way to organize yourself is to try the Pomodoro Technique. This is a time management technique developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. In it, you can use a timer to divide work into intervals, typically 25 minutes in length and interspersed by short breaks.

Practice builds your exam-taking endurance and enables your mind to work faster. Taking an online test may initially lead to mental fatigue, but you will gradually get acclimatized to it.

Self-confidence

Studying thoroughly is best for relieving tension. It is normal to feel anxious before or during the test. At times, too much pressure may cause you to blank out to avoid reaching that stage. Practice more to get comfortable with the test format.

Have a positive mindset and be confident in your ability to succeed. Attempting the Illinois practice driving test thoroughly and being optimistic will help you get better scores.

 Building good driving habits

Knowing the rules of the road on paper will not just help you pass but enable you to become a good driver.

About six teenagers die every day from motor vehicle accidents, and the risk is especially high in the first few months of getting a driver’s license. Understanding the traffic rules and laws will help you drive efficiently and safely.

Despite trying your best, if you still end up with a failing grade, you can always schedule a re-take after seven days. Remember not to rush and understand what the examiner has identified as a weakness before attempting another driving exam.

Sufficient knowledge of traffic laws and driving rules will help you drive safely and competently. Taking the Illinois practice driving test and working on your weaknesses will equip you well with the information required to pass your driving permit test.

We realize some of you might want help studying for that test. That’s what we are here for. Just contact us, and we will help!