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2015 Update of Massachusetts Practice Permit Tests

The FREE online permit practice tests for Massachusetts have been reviewed and updated. More than 250 new question have been added to the database. Questions are directly from the latest information and Driver’s Manual from MassDOT Registry of Motor Vehicles. Make sure you pass your exam with our 100% free practice tests.
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DMV Practice Tests – Best Way to Study

A recent survey revealed that first-time applicants using online DMV practice tests to prepare for the DMV written test had a real exam pass rate of 93.2%. Learn what old-school study habits are less effective and what study techniques will help you pass the DMV written test with ease.
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California DMV Permit Practice Videos

In an effort to make our permit questions and answers more accessible, we have uploaded additional permit practice tests on YouTube. The idea is to make video short enough for quick viewing and easy to digest. Studying to get your California permit or full driver’s license has probably never been easier. We suggest that you take several permit practice test on our website to learn and fully understand the contents of the 2015 California Driver Handbook. Use the videos when you are on the go and need a quick reminder.
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Test Takers Failing the Driver Knowledge Test

So far, more than 115,000 applicants has taken the written driver knowledge test. The California DMV estimates that more than 1.5-million people will take the test for their driver's licenses under the new law in the coming years. The test pass rate among these new tests takers are, however, discouraging. Two out of three Spanish speaking test takers fail their first attempt. One out of two fail the test in English.
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New Supervised Driving Log Requirement in Minnesota

To qualify for a provisional license, a teenager under the Graduated Driver’s Licensing (GDL) system must submit a supervised driving log. This log must verify that they have driven under the supervision of a licensed driver at least 21 years of age, for not less than 50 hours (at least 15 hours at night). If a parent or guardian completes a parent class and submits such a certificate at the time of the road test, the supervised driving log must contain at least 40 hours (instead of 50). 15 hours must still be nighttime driving).
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