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This Alaska DMV practise tests has just been updated for September 2021. It contains questions based on the most essential traffic signs and limitations from the Alaska Driver Handbook for 2021. Use actual questions that are very close (often identical!) to the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence exam to prepare for the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence exam. Read More

This Alaska DMV practise tests has just been updated for September 2021. It contains questions based on the most essential traffic signs and limitations from the Alaska Driver Handbook for 2021. Use actual questions that are very close (often identical!) to the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence exam to prepare for the DMV driving permit test and driver's licence exam.

To help you recall the topics, each practise test question includes a suggestion and explanation. The written component of the official DMV test will include questions about road rules, traffic signs, and driving statutes, as well as information from the Driver Handbook.

To get the required passing mark, you must correctly answer 16 out of 20 questions. Take our DMV practise exam to help you prepare for your Alaska instruction permit or driver's licence.

The DMV exam is available in multiple languages.

Using any form of testing aid will result in an automatic failure, and the DMV may take further action against your driver's licence, so don't do it.

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14 . This road sign indicates:

This road sign indicates:
The maximum safe speed for a work zone. This advisory speed sign indicates the maximum safe speed for a highway exit (in this example, 30 mph).

15 . “Highway hypnosis” is a driving condition that can result from:

Short trips on expressways. "Highway hypnosis” happens when you stare straight ahead at the roadway for long periods of time and stop actively scanning ahead, behind, and around your vehicle. This can lead you to zone out, making you very likely to crash into traffic slowing or stopping ahead of you.

16 . An approaching emergency vehicle is using its siren. You must:

Pull over to the side of the road and stop, clear of any intersection. Upon the approach of an emergency vehicle that is using its siren, traffic must yield the right-of-way by pulling to the side of the street and stopping. Drivers should remain in that position until the emergency vehicle has passed.

17 . A driver who is taking a non-prescription drug should:

Drive only during daylight hours. Many over-the-counter medications can affect your ability to drive safely. If you take medication, even a remedy for colds or allergies that is not prescribed, check the label for warnings about its effects. If you are unsure, ask your doctor or pharmacist about driving while on the medication.

18 . The first thing affected after drinking alcohol is a person's:

Judgment. The consumption of alcohol first affects the portion of the brain that controls a person's judgment. Your judgment must remain in tact for you to be a safe driver. You cannot be a safe driver after consuming alcohol.

19 . What is a "No zone?"

An area designated for motor vehicles "No zones" are the large blind spots around trucks and other large vehicles. Drivers of smaller vehicles should avoid lingering in "No zones."

20 . When a stop is required at an intersection and no markings appear to indicate a stop line or crosswalk, a driver:

Should stop where they have a clear view of approaching traffic before they enter the intersecting roadway. If there is no stop line or crosswalk, you should stop at the point nearest to the intersecting roadway where you can get a view of approaching traffic. You should not enter the intersecting roadway to gain a better view.

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