You will be asked to perform a safety equipment check of your vehicle before you begin the road test.
For the knowledge test, you must obtain 80 percent to pass.
Anyone who drives a motor vehicle on public streets or highways in MN must carry a valid & unexpired driver's license.
The road test consists of a demonstration of your vehicle's safety equipment, your vehicle control skills, driving performance, and a test that contains multiple and true or false questions that evaluate your knowledge & understand of MN traffic laws & road signs.
300 feet, 80%, 550 feet
350 feet, 75%, 500 feet
200 feet, 60%, 450 feet
500 feet, 70% 300 feet
Minnesota's basic speed law requires you to drive at a speed no faster than is reasonable under existing conditions. These include weather, traffic, and road conditions.
Signals are to be activated at least 100 feet before you make a turn. Continue signaling until you have completed the turn or lane change.
Driving faster than the posted speed limit is legal.
If you rely only on mirrors, you may not see vehicles in certain positions, known as "blind spots".
While waiting to turn, keep your wheels straight and your foot on the brake. If your vehicle is struck from the rear, you will be less likely to be pushed into oncoming traffic.
Multiple turn lanes: If there are signs or lane markings that allow for two or more turning lanes, stay in your lane during the turn.
400 feet away
500 feet away
700 feet away
1,000 feet away
2. 30 mph
3. 50 mph
2. 35 mph
1. 10 mph
3. 55 mph
1. 15 mph
Passing is not allowed by vehicles traveling in either direction.
Passing is not allowed by vehicles traveling in one direction.
Passing is allowed by vehicles traveling in either direction.
Passing is allowed by vehicles traveling in one direction.
On a curve or hill where you cannot clearly see the road ahead for at least 700 feet.
Within 400 feet of an intersection, underpass, tunnel, or railroad crossing
Within 100 feet of an intersection, underpass, tunnel, or railroad crossing
When you are about to meet a vehicle coming toward you from the opposite direction.