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Alabama DMV Traffic Lights & Signals Practice Test (AL) 2020

Missed your drivers ed lessons on traffic signals? No stress, our Alabama traffic signal quiz got you covered!

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  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
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Alabama Permit Test Facts

  • Questions: 30
  • Correct answers to pass: 24
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Public Safety (DPS) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish, Hindu, Vietnamese
  • Based upon: Alabama driver's manual
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Welcome to the Alabama traffic lights test! This free 2020 DMV practice test for Alabama residents has been built to accompany the traffic signal test section of the driver’s manual, to help you get ready for the DPS permit test. Though most of the questions on the Alabama DMV test will cover road signs and rules of the road, it is important to reserve some time for the study of traffic signals, as they will feature on the exam. This Alabama permit practice test makes the perfect revision tool to use in conjunction with the traffic test study material, as it only contains questions relating to lights and signals. Students from Mobile, Birmingham, Montgomery and every other Alabama city can use this traffic light quiz, as traffic signal rules are the same everywhere within the state.

It may be necessary to brush up on your traffic signal knowledge as an experienced motorist, if you think you may need to sit a license renewal exam. This Alabama DPS permit practice test can also be used by existing drivers, as the renewal general knowledge exam and the first-time driver’s permit test cover the same material. Participants do not need a whole lot of time to work through this Alabama traffic signal test, as it is just 20 questions long. Passing the quiz will mean providing at least 16 correct DMV written test answers in a single round, though you are free to continue working beyond this point in pursuit of a perfect score. If you are not yet very familiar with traffic lights in Alabama, we suggest using our two built in study aids to help you answer questions on this test. Clicking the ‘50/50’ button is a good option if you cannot choose between two or more likely-looking answers, as it will prompt the Alabama DPS learners permit practice test to remove half the incorrect responses. When you feel you would benefit from some more information, click the ‘hint’ feature to access a clue about the topic.

Only a small handful of questions on the DMV test in Alabama will cover traffic signals. The bulk of your study time should be spent working on rules of the road and road signs, for which we also offer free permit practice tests. Once you can consistently achieve the 80% pass requirement on this Alabama traffic light test, you can broaden your studies to include other subjects by working on our introductory rules of the road and road sign quiz. We have designed free Alabama DPS practice tests for use in conjunction with every chapter of the DMV handbook, including one full-length, realistically challenging DPS test simulator. That 30-question quiz should be the final self-assessment tool you use before attempting to take the real 2020 DMV written test.

The real DPS permit test in Alabama will be made up of randomly chosen questions covering all the main subject areas. This means that you cannot predict which traffic test questions will be chosen to appear on your paper. Every Alabama traffic light you could be asked about is listed in the official DMV handbook, which you must read before sitting the general knowledge assessment. To give this DMV permit practice test Alabama quiz the best chance of covering everything you may be questioned on during the permit test, we have programmed it to generate different 20-question tests each time you use it! Keep re-taking the quiz at regular intervals until you can always pass it with ease and you should be ready to move on to a different topic.