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Practice Tests and what to Know
for Endorsement Testing
The information below is not to be substituted for studying and learning the Mississippi Driver’s Manual for the Driver/Motorcycle endorsement testing.
THIS IS TO BE USED TO SUPPLEMENT THAT INFORMATION ONLY!!!
When taking the endorsement test please remember the following:
READ EACH QUESTION VERY CAREFULLY
REMAIN RELAXED—BEING NERVOUS CAN MAKE YOU CARELESS!!!
WATCH OUT FOR WORDS SUCH AS ALWAYS, NEVER, MAY—THOSE ARE CLUES TO HELP ANSWER THE QUESTION
IF YOU ARE UNSURE ABOUT THE VARIOUS ROAD SIGNS—LEARN THEM, THEY MAY APPEAR ON THE TEST!!!
The test is considered tricky by most who take it
More information from the Mississippi Driver’s Manual you may find useful on the test:
On rural roads, the round railway advance warning sign indicates a railroad crossing is ahead and is normally posted 500 to 900 feet from the tracks. It is there to tell you to look. listen, and slow down because you may have to stop. With your headlights you should be able to see a person 200 feet ahead under good weather conditions.
You must dim your lights when an upcoming vehicle is within 500 feet of you and when you pull 500 feet of the vehicle ahead.
Your vehicle must have a horn that can be hear 200 ft away.
Reflector posts on the side of highways are 200 ft apart.
Stay at least 400 ft from the vehicle ahead.
The maximum legal distance you may park your car parallel to the curb is 12 inches.
You must stop within 50 ft to 10 ft of the outer rail of a railroad crossing.
Allow at least 1 car length for every 10 mph you are travelling, so if you are doing 55 mph you should be 5.5 car lengths away from the car in front.