Indiana BMV Road Signs Test - No. 2
Video Channel: quizagogo
This is the 2nd permit practice video from quizagogo.com. It has 16 additional BMV questions about Indiana traffic signs. Permit questions on the real Indiana BMV written test are sometimes worded a little differently, but meanings and content are the same as in this video.
The road signs you need to know for your test are described in the official Driver's Manual, published by Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). Understanding these signs is necessary to get an Indiana instruction permit. You must learn how colors, shapes, written messages and symbols are used on these signs.
The official Indiana driving exam has of 16 signs and 34 questions about rules, of which you can only miss two signs and six rules questions to pass.
If you fail your knowledge exam, you must wait until the next day to attempt the test again.
The video shows a sign, and then reveals the correct answer after approximately 20 seconds. If you need more time to think before coming up with your own answer, just slow down the video. Test questions are used by permission from http://quizagogo.com/u-s-road-signs - the most complete U.S. road sign test online.
To successfully pass your Indiana permit exam, we recommend you to check out our videos and take online practice tests at http://licenseroute.com/start/indiana/ or http://driversprep.com/indiana/. This will help you pass the written knowledge test with ease. Studies show that after taking 20 permit practice tests, your chances to pass the real exam have increased by almost 50%.
On the day of your exam, it will feel like you have seen all questions beforehand.
Take a first step today. Sit back, relax, and watch the video.
Remember, you are responsible for knowing all road signs when you are driving on public roads - even the ones that are not mentioned in the BMV driver's manual. Therefore, it may be a good idea to take some online road sign quizzes to cover even more signs.
Why wait? Try it for yourself and good luck with your exam!
Music in this video:
Easy Jam by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/...)