Arkansas DMV Practice Test 2024

The Arkansas DMV permit test consists of 25 questions, and you must answer at least 20 questions correctly to get a passing score (80%). The questions in our sample tests are nearly identical to those on the official AR exam.

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What will happen if you refuse a breath test when an officer suspects you of driving while intoxicated?


The implied consent law in Arkansas says that by getting behind the wheel, you have already given consent (i.e. answered "yes") to allow a blood, breath, or urine test if requested by a law enforcement officer. Refusing a police breath/chemical test is a serious offense and will result in license suspension.

What is the BAC-limit for drivers that are 21 years old or older?


The BAC limit in Arkansas is 0.08. Drivers must not drive on or over the legal BAC limit! If you suspect you are close to the limit, do not drive! Also, even a low BAC may impact your driving drastically so refrain from driving if you feel affected in any way.

What is the BAC-limit for drivers under 21 years old?

Drivers under 21 face stricter rules than older drivers in Arkansas and may be convicted of a DUI with a blood alcohol concentration of .02 or higher.

When driving at night, you must dim your lights to low-beam when you're within _____ of an oncoming vehicle.


High beam headlights will temporarily blind other drivers if used the wrong way. In Arkansas, you are required to dim your light to low beam if (1) within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle or (2) within 200 feet of a vehicle traveling in your direction. High beams should also not be used in rain, fog or snow.

You're driving at night and approaching another vehicle traveling in your direction. When must you dim your lights?

High beam headlights will temporarily blind other drivers if used the wrong way. In Arkansas, you are required to dim your light to low beam if (1) within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle or (2) within 200 feet of a vehicle traveling in your direction. High beams should also not be used in rain, fog or snow.

You are required to use your headlights in certain conditions. Which of the following is an example of such a condition?

In Arkansas, you must use your headlights (1) 30 minutes after sunset and 30 minutes before sunrise, (2) when visibility is less than 500 feet, and (3) when the windshield wipers are turned on. Also, you're required to dim your lights to low beam when (1) within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle and (2) within 200 feet of a vehicle traveling in your direction. High beams should also not be used in rain, fog or snow.

Is the use of Hazard Lights permitted while driving?

Hazard light use is not permitted while driving in Arkansas, except for the purpose of indicating a traffic hazard.

You see that there is a stopped emergency vehicle on the road shoulder ahead,. What should you do?

The Arkansas move-over-law is designed to protect emergency personnel and workers. If approaching a stationary emergency response vehicle with flashing lights, including utility vehicles, wreckers and tow trucks, you must move to the lane farthest away from the stopped vehicle. If changing lanes is unsafe or not possible, you must slow down to a safe and prudent speed for the conditions.

What is considered a sufficient following distance on a dry road?

You should always maintain a following distance of at least 2 seconds to the vehicle in front of you according to the "two-second rule" used in Arkansas. In bad conditions and at higher speeds, you should consider increasing the following distance to 4-5 seconds so you have time to safely stop if necessary. On slippery roads, it may be necessary to increase the following distance even more.

What is the standard speed limit in urban districts?

In Arkansas, the standard speed limit in urban districts is 30 mph unless signs indicate otherwise. Other statutory speed limits include 45 mph on 2-lane county roads, and 55 mph on two-lane state and federal highways outside of the municipal limits. The standard speed limit applies if there aren't any speed limit signs posted.

What is the standard maximum speed limit in school zones, unless otherwise posted?

The speed limit is 25 mph in school zones. School zone speed limits in Arkansas apply when children are present or when a lighted beacon is on, unless otherwise posted. Be extremely careful close to schools as children are unpredictable and may cross the road without warning.

Knowing which way to look at an intersection is important. How should you look before entering an intersection?


Always look left-right-left before proceeding at an intersection. Begin by looking left as that’s where the most immediate danger is coming from. Then look right, and then left again to make sure you didn’t miss anything the first time.

Which car is likely in the truck driver’s blind spot?


Trucks have large blind spots - all three cars are most likely in the truck’s blind spot.

What does this sign mean?


These signs are usually placed on or near objects close to the road. The sign varies depending on which side the of the road the object is located. 

For example near a narrow bridge, you will often find one sign on each side indicating hazards on both sides.

Being a good driver requires both cooperation and responsibility. What signifies a good driver?


The best way to make the roads a safer place is by being aware of the road rules, staying focused, signaling your intentions, and driving defensively.

You approach a work zone. What should you do to minimize the risk of an accident?


Work zones can be hazardous - slow down to an appropriate speed and increase the following distance so that you are able to stop safely if necessary.

The term ‘blind spot’ refers to an area:

No matter how you adjust your mirrors, you can’t see every angle around your vehicle. This is why you must know when and how to check your blind spots, so that you can detect potential hazards.

You should always reduce your speed when traveling in fog. Why?


As visibility is reduced, you'll need to reduce your speed so you have time to react and avoid hazards. If you can, delay your journey until the fog has cleared.

When driving in a lane with pavement markings like this:


The pavement markings indicate that vehicles traveling in this lane must turn in the direction(s) of the arrow (in this case you may either turn left or proceed straight ahead).

You intend to pass a bicyclist on a narrow road. What should you especially look out for?


Bicyclists have to deal with the hazards around them. They may wobble or swerve to avoid a hazard or changing road condition.

Is the Arkansas Permit Test Hard?

Only if you aren’t prepared. In fact, less than 50% pass their permit test on their first try in Arkansas. With Zutobi, 95% of our students pass their test the first time - which is why it’s a no brainer to study for your Arkansas DMV permit test with Zutobi. Our easy-to-learn lessons ensure our students are confident in their driving knowledge and ready to pass their written test.

Ace Your Arkansas DMV Permit Test with Zutobi

Learning to drive is a rite of passage, however, it doesn’t have to be as boring to learn the essentials as it used to be. Zutobi can make passing your Arkansas permit test easier and more fun. Here’s how:

  • We can guarantee one thing: our summarized version of the Arkansas driver’s manual is a game-changer when it comes to studying for your test.
  • Test your knowledge using our Arkansas DMV practice tests that are close to identical to the real thing.
  • We provide answers as well as explanations to all of the multiple choice questions on our written tests, so you can check your work and learn from your mistakes.
  • Challenge your friends and earn points on your way to a shiny new learner’s permit.
  • Learn road signs, defensive driving skills, and errors that are considered traffic violations. Yes, failing to use your turn signal is one of them.

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