Today we are looking at yet another question from our Texas drivers license practice test, this time it's a question on speed limits. Learning the speed limits is important not just because you may get a question that covers them during your Texas learners permit test, it is important because driving too fast directly impacts your safety. Keep in mind that we are lohave the authority to change these. Make sure to study other Texas driving test practice questions before you take the real drivers permit test!
Driving Test Question
“UNLESS IT IS POSTED OTHERWISE, THE SPEED LIMIT IN AN URBAN DISTRICT IS:”
A. 25 miles per hour
B. 20 miles per hour
C. 30 miles per hour
D. 15 miles per hour
Without wasting any more of your time, let's go straight to the answers to this drivers permit practice test!
Learners Permit Test Answers
Answer A to the Texas driving test practice question suggests that the speed limit in urban districts is 25 miles per hour. This is incorrect, in fact, there is no such speed limit it Texas at all.
Answer B to the Texas drivers license practice test states that the speed limit in urban districts is 20 miles per hour. While the is such a speed limit in Texas, it applies to school zones only, not urban districts and there is always a sign that shows you the beginning of the school zone with a posted speed limit.
Answer C to the Texas driving practice test question tells us that the speed limit in urban districts is 30 miles per hour. Sounds like the right answer, let's look at the last option.
Answer D to the Texas drivers permit practice test question suggests that the speed limit is 15 miles per hour. This speed limit applies to alleys, beaches and roads adjacent to beaches, but it does not cover all urban districts in the state.
Correct Answer To Texas Drivers License Practice Test
The correct answer to this Texas permit test question is C:
“UNLESS IT IS POSTED OTHERWISE, THE SPEED LIMIT IN AN URBAN DISTRICT IS 30 MILES PER HOUR”
Make sure to learn local speed limits that may be enforced within your county, if they differ from speed limits that work nationwide. While you are highly unlikely to be asked questions on local speed limits during your learners permit test, since the test is standard for the whole state, you will need to remember those speed limits when you get behind the wheel and start driving.
If you want to learn more about Texas speed limits or simply go over the materials you will be tested on during the DPS knowledge exam, grab a copy of the Texas drivers handbook from the DPS site. The book covers everything you need to know to pass your permit test and even lists all things you will be tested on during your Texas driving test.
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