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Hawaii DMV Road Signs Test (HI) 2020

20 new permit practice test Hawaii questions on traffic signs! Real world questions, real world answers! Start right now!

  • 20 Questions
  • 80% Passing Score
  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
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Hawaii Permit Test Facts

  • Questions: 40
  • Correct answers to pass: 32
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Customer Services (DMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish, Hindu, Vietnamese
  • Based upon: Hawaii driver's manual
Improve your chances of passing the test by reading the official Hawaii drivers manual Drivers Manual

All drivers must be able to identify Hawaii road signs in order to navigate public roads safely and obey the law. As road signs are such an important subject for new motorists, they generally account for around 25% of the questions on the Hawaii DMV test paper. To help you improve your knowledge in this area, our team have designed this free Hawaii DMV practice test signs quiz. While most Hawaii DMV practice tests include questions on all the driver’s theory subjects, this dedicated quiz only contains questions relating to road signs. This Hawaii DMV sign test should be used in conjunction with the road sign chapter of the driver’s manual, to help reinforce and fine-tune your new knowledge. Do not worry if it takes a little while to work yourself up to a passing grade, as the learners permit practice test Hawaii signs quiz is free for all visitors and comes with unlimited re-sits.

When you activate this Hawaii DMV practice test by hitting the ‘start’ button, the first of the 20 road sign test questions it contains will come up. Each question is shown above a short list of possible DMV written test answers, exactly like the questions on the real Hawaii permit test. Most questions will ask you to consider an image of a warning sign, regulatory sign, work zone sign or guide sign, then choose the appropriate meaning to match the sign. This may include deciding how a motorist should respond to that road sign given the environment around their vehicle. It takes 16 correct permit test answers to pass our Hawaii DMV permit practice test, though it does not matter how many rounds you take to hit this score. Whenever you have trouble deciding which road sign or road sign meaning is correct, use our integrated study aids to guide your choice. The ‘hint’ study aid brings up a clue about the answer you need, while the ‘50/50’ study makes the decision easier by taking away some of the incorrect answers.

This quiz exclusively focuses on road signs in Hawaii and does not contain any material relating to rules of the road, traffic signals or any other permit test topics. These issues are also discussed in the permit test book and you will need to study them before attempting to pass Hawaii DMV permit test. Once you are satisfied that your knowledge of Hawaii traffic signs is up-to-scratch – or if you simply want to take a break and work on something different – head over to our introductory DMV quiz to check out some questions on other topics. Alternatively, you can stick with preparation for the Hawaii DMV signs test a little longer by moving on to our 40-question road signs cheat sheet. As every Hawaii DMV learners permit practice test we provide is free and available for constant access, you can jump between them based on whatever you feel like working on at the time. Do not forget to spend a little extra time focusing on your weaker subjects, as this is what will ultimately improve your chances of passing the permit test.

The Hawaii permit test book lists every warning sign, guide sign, regulatory sign and work zone sign which could be covered during the drivers permit test, complete with clear images and handy explanations. It is highly unlikely that you will pass the 2020 DMV written test if you rely solely on Hawaii practice permit tests when studying road signs. Read the study guide thoroughly and you should easily be able to deal with any Hawaii road signs test questions that appear during the exam.