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NEW Georgia DDS Permit Practice Test Updates

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New Permit Practice Test Questions Added to Georgia DMV Practice Test

The latest update to the permit practice test at adds several new test questions. Like always, questions are revised by professional instructors and are drawn directly from the Georgia Driver’s Manual and Georgia DDS knowledge exam. You can rest assure that questions and answers are accurate and up-to-date.

In addition, questions and answers are constantly reviewed to make sure you have the ultimate tool to safely pass your Georgia DDS/DMV test. When changes are needed, they are usually completed within 24 hours.

Practice questions cover all parts of the driver’s manual to make sure you have read and understand what it takes to pass the Georgia exam and be a safe driver.

Don’t Rely on Luck for Your Driver’s License Test

Too many young applicants attempt the DMV written test too soon. Some are under the impression that it is just common sense and that they already know all road signs and the rules of the road. Others fail because they are in a hurry to complete their exam as quickly as possible.

Passing the Georgia written test takes some work. Make sure you are well prepared and feel comfortable with all questions and answers on the practice tests.

We all have preconceptions and assumptions that may not always be correct. That is why you need to check facts and make sure you are right.

You should also be aware that laws and even safe driving practices change over time. Older drivers, as an example, learned to grip the steering wheels at 10 and 2 o’clock hand positions. This is no longer recommended, since air bags may cause considerable hand and arm injuries in case of an accident. You should place your left hand at the 9 o’clock position and your right hand at the 3 o’clock position on the wheel – or even lower than that. Laws regarding the use of cell phones, bicycle safety, seat belts, and child restraints also tend to change these days.

Study the Manual and Take Many Practice Tests

Getting the manual is your very first step. You should not attempt the permit exam without first studying the driver’s manual. Then, take as many permit practice tests as possible. Each practice test has questions that are specific to Georgia and drawn randomly from a pool of more than 1,000 question. No other website has this unique resource.


Practice Test Videos

There are also new permit practice test videos available on YouTube. The practice tests videos from show a common test simulator and gives you an idea of the real Georgia exam. It shows you the time you are likely to spend on each question and each part of the final test.

The permit practice test videos are good for quick recaps and reminders when you are on the go. Take 10 minutes now and then and watch them. If you are familiar and comfortable with all the answers, you have taken an important step toward passing the exam and getting your learner’s permit or full driver’s license. You can find the YouTube playlist here: Georgia DDS Practice Tests. Don’t forget to subscribe to get future updates!

Contact us with Questions

If you have any concerns about our practice tests, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here to help.

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