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Not sure why you should bother with this Oregon permit practice test on road signs? We'll tell you! Road signs is one of the most disregarded subjects on the learners permit test and quite undeservingly so.  It's easy to underestimate the signs - we see them almost every day of our lives, we grow accustomed to them and it's hard to treat them with due gravity.  Since road signs are so common, many of the first-time DMV visitors don't pay any attention to them during their Oregon knowledge test study sessions, choosing to dedicate all of the available time to learning the rules of the road.  A mistake that has cost people more than a single failed permit exam.  One thing you have to realize that the DMV treats their signs extremely seriously and permit test questions on road signs go well beyond what is publicly accepted as common knowledge.  The fact that the DMV has chosen to categorize traffic signs into eight separate groups, while most state make do with just four, speaks for itself.  If you want to pass your Oregon learners permit test on your first visit to the DMV, you better change your attitude and start treating the signs with due respect!

This free Oregon permit practice test was designed as a self-assessment tool and as such, it does not have any integrated study aids to assist you with answering these sample questions (if you are looking for exams that can provide guidance throughout the test, simply switch to using one of the regular practice tests on road signs).  The practice permit test is connected to the knowledge base of over 100 sample questions on Oregon traffic signs, it randomly draws 20 of these questions for your exam every time you sign into the site or reload the page.  This approach allows us to ensure that there is absolutely no bias and you don't choose "easy" questions over their more complex siblings.  Just like regular exams, this Oregon road signs permit practice test is graded as you go along the test, you don't have to sit through the entire quiz just to find out how you did, you can keep your finger on the pulse at all times and you can even decide to downgrade to a simpler exam in the middle of the test, if you see that you are not coping quite as well as you thought you might. 

The final grade you receive on the test serves as a great indicator of your current progress and helps you decide on the best course of action.  While you are free to do as you please and you can set your own goals, we recommend that you continue working on the exam until you can answer no less than 90% of all road signs sample questions correctly.  This may seem like too much, but you can never play it too safe when it comes to taking the DMV permit test and you want to cover all the bases before you find yourself in front of that DMV computer.  Remember that this 2020 permit practice test is not timed and you can take as long as you want working through these sample questions (we also recommend that you start as early as possible and allow yourself at least two weeks to prepare for the drivers permit test).  If you find that you are missing too many questions, consider switching to regular practice permit tests (we mean regular tests that cover road signs) and work on building a solid foundation before you come back to this self-assessment tool.  Using free Oregon road signs study sheets in conjunction with those practice tests usually helps you to achieve great results very quickly, if you have not downloaded any study sheets as of yet, check out of the official Oregon knowledge test book, section 2 has a bunch of free printable study sheets you could post on the wall so they are in front of your eyes at all times!

Got a friend who's taking the permit test soon?  Help him pass the exam, share this free Oregon permit practice test 2020 on road signs with him!  You can post a link to the test on Twitter, Facebook or send it via e-mail!  Thanks and good luck at the DMV!