Oregon DRIVER'S EXAMINATION

(From the 2015 Oregon driver handbook)


Directions: Oregon’s written test includes questions about Oregon’s traffic laws, road signs, safe driving techniques and basic driving information from the Oregon Driver Handbook. Oregon’s written test consists of 35 questions. You need to achieve a test score of 80% or higher to pass, which means you need to answer correctly, at least, 28 questions. You have four opportunities to pass the Oregon permit test before you will need to wait a minimum of 28 days to become eligible to retake the written test.
PASSING GRADE —
7 OR FEWER ERRORS
1 vote
  1. What is the best answer if your car is equipped with a passenger side airbag?

    Use the rear-facing child restraint system in the front passenger seat.

    It is OK for small children to ride in the front passenger seat of your car.

    Small children should ride in the back seat.

  2. What is the definition of defensive driving?

    All of the above.

    Keep your foot over your brake pedal when needed to reduce your reaction times.

    Drive just below the speed limit in certain situations to improve your braking distance.

    Keep your eyes moving to look for possible hazards.

  3. What should you do if your car starts hydroplaning or skidding?

    Turn the wheel firm and sharp

    Step firm on the brake

    Try to gradually lower your speed

    Try to steer off or away from the road

  4. Which of the following statements is true about blind spots.

    Blind spots? I'm invincible.

    You can eliminate your blind spots by using your 2 outside mirrors.

    Tractor trailers and large vehicles have blind spots which are larger than most passenger vehicles.

    The proper use of all 3 mirrors will eliminate your blind spot.

  5. You can avoid dangerous last minute maneuvers by looking ________ ahead of your vehicle at all times.

    15 to 30 Seconds

    10 to 15 seconds

    20 to 25 seconds

    60 seconds

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