Delaware Permit and Driver License Practice Tests
30 practice questions are randomly drawn from a large database with questions and answers from the Delaware Driver Manual and official state tests. After each question the test shows the correct answer. If your answer was wrong, there is also a short explanation to help you learn faster.
Before taking practice tests for your Learner’s Permit or Operator’s License, we strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with the contents of the Delaware Driver Manual and read it carefully.
You can pick up a copy of the manual at a DE DMV office or download it online from www.dmv.de.gov.
Without a good knowledge about the rules and laws described in the Driver Manual, it is difficult to pass the knowledge exam.
When studying the Delaware manual, you can use the practice tests to verify your progress and identify weak spots.
Don’t attempt the real exam too soon. Aim for a full score on a few practice tests. It gives you a good margin for passing the real knowledge examination.
How Many Questions are on the Delaware DMV exam?
The Class D knowledge test has 30 questions. You must answer 24 questions correctly to pass the test. The passing score is 80 percent, which is slightly higher than it used to be.
Don’t let this discourage you.
You Can Do It Too
After studying with our free DMV practice tests, we are pretty sure you will pass. Most of our users do.
Learn more: How to Ace the Test
Who Must Take the Delaware Knowledge Test?
All new drivers who haven’t had a license before must pass the knowledge test.
When you want to get a revoked Delaware driver’s license back, you must apply for a new license. This means you must start all over by taking all tests again, including the written knowledge test.
If your Delaware driver’s license has been suspended, there some suspensions that require a new knowledge test.
When renewing an expired Delaware driver’s license, the examiner may also ask for a new knowledge test.
The written knowledge test is always necessary when you move to Delaware and wish to transfer a driver’s license from a country other than United States, U.S. Territories, Germany, Taiwan (Republic of China) and France.
If you have a valid driver’s license from another state in United States, Germany, Taiwan (Republic of China) and France, DMV will waive the written knowledge test. If your license has expired, the DMV examiner will usually ask you to take the test.
What’s on the Delaware Knowledge Test?
On the test, you must identify certain highway signs only by their shape, color, or the symbols appearing on them. You must also understand the meaning of these and other highway signs, traffic signals, and pavement markings.
A second part of the test covers Delaware motor vehicle laws and general safety practices.
Read more: Is it the Same Questions on the Real Test?
All questions are based on the information in Delaware Driver Manual. You should study this manual carefully. The test will contain questions from all sections of the manual. Make sure you discuss anything which is not perfectly clear with a friend or a parent. It helps you learn faster.
If you fail any part of the driver examination test, you must wait at least ten days before taking the test again. Use this time to prepare yourself thoroughly to take it again later.
More Sample Test You Can Take
When you start using our sample tests, you will immediately see links to new tests, like Sample Test No. 2, Sample Test No. 3 etc.
You can take as many tests as you like, as many times as you want, until you are fully prepared for the DMV knowledge exam.