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Pick Your State’s Permit Practice Test!
A Large Database Gives You Many Practice Questions
These practice tests help you pass your DMV written knowledge test the first time. With a large database of DMV practice questions, Driver’s Prep covers all areas of your State Driver Handbook and official DMV test questions.
Each Arizona permit practice test at Driver’s Prep has 30 questions, picked randomly from a large database. The passing score in Arizona is 80 percent, which means you must correctly answer at least 24 of the 30 questions.
Each permit practice test has 36 random questions based on the handbook and real questions from California DMV (dmv.ca.gov). After every question on the test, you get instant feedback with a detailed explanation.
We take driver license and permit practice test questions from a pool of more than 1,000 DMV questions. They cover all aspects of the Florida driver handbook and will help you pass your Florida examination.
Start by getting the latest version of the Georgia Driver’s Manual. You should have a clear understanding of everything described in the Driver’s Manual. Continue by taking some practice tests. They will show your level of readiness and what you need to focus on.
Each Illinois practice test has 35 questions. All answers are found in the Illinois handbook “Rules of the Road”. Make sure you have a copy of the latest version. The official passing score in Illinois is 80 percent, but you should aim higher when you practice. Try to get all 35 questions right.
Each Indiana sample test has 50 questions randomly picked from a large database. We base all questions and answers on the information in the latest version of the Indiana Driver’s Manual and real Indiana BMV examinations. You need a total score of 84% to pass.
Driver’s Prep has more than 1,000 questions and answers are available for you – at no cost. The unlimited practice tests will help you cover all important areas of the MA RMV Driver’s Manual and learn much faster.
The Maryland Driver License or Learner’s Permit test has 25 questions. You need a score of 88% or better to pass. This is higher than in many other states – make sure you prepare well. These practice tests will help you pass.
Get 25 practice questions for your North Carolina DMV test right here! Every test is based on the North Carolina Driver Handbook and DMV exam questions. With instant feedback, you can easily verify if you have learned the rules of the road or not.
Use the PA practice tests to verify your progress and level of readiness for the Driver License Test. The PennDot manual is handy for quick reference whenever you miss a question. Try to truly understand every question and answer on the practice tests.
30 random questions picked from a large database is your guarantee that you cover everything you need to know for the final exam. But practice tests only help if you use them correctly. Keep the Driver Handbook handy and compare answers.
The Wisconsin preparation tests for your driver license or learner’s permit have 25 random questions from a large database. After each question, you get instant feedback. There are 100 different tests available for free.
There are ten colors and nine basic shapes of traffic signs in United States. Each shape has an exact meaning. You should learn all shapes for your DMV exam. In most states, you can expect one or two questions about shapes and colors on the written knowledge test.
Most states find shapes and colors important enough to be included in the driver’s manuals or driver handbooks. If they are included in your manual, you may also except questions about them to show up on the driver exam. Knowing colors can help you with other questions too.
The pennant-shaped road sign is perhaps the most overlooked shape when learning the basics of U.S. road signs. Make sure you know its meaning. Ask yourself where you are likely to see it and why it is placed on the left side of the road.
If your lane displays a green arrow and all other signals show circular red signals, can you still turn in the direction of the arrow? Does the green arrow give you the right-of-way? Make sure you know the answers.
Traffic signals with red arrows are perhaps one of the most confusing situations you can encounter on American roads. While traffic signs and traffic light signals basically have the same meaning in all states, red arrows are different.
Your state’s driver handbook or driver manual probably has a chapter that emphasizes the importance of safely sharing the road with motorcyclists. Pay special attention to this chapter. It is very likely that one of the questions on your DMV test is drawn from this chapter.
It is extremely important that you know how to use your headlights. You must know when headlights are required and when you should turn on high beams or dim your lights to low beam. Make sure you truly understand why low beams must be used in certain situations. Questions about headlights are very common on DMV tests.
You are likely to see at least one of two types of questions about car accidents on your DMV test. One type deals with what you can do to prevent accidents, the other what you should do after an accident. Both are equally important parts of your state’s official DMV exam and to help you stay safe on the road!
You are likely to see a chapter about road works and driving through work zones in your driver handbook and questions about work zones may appear on your written DMV test. Work zone safety cannot be emphasized enough.
Are the Practice Tests the Same as the Real Tests?
With our experience and expertise, we construct questions that are like the real ones, and sometimes exactly the same. Some of our users come back and say that they recognized almost all questions on the real exam from our practice tests.
But these practice tests are a learning tool. So, we also stretch it a bit…