You have found the legacy test pages. In November 2017, Drivers Prep introduced a new test format. With the new test format, most practice tests have the same number of questions as the real DMV written tests. You can choose from 100 different tests designed for your state. The new Driver License or Learner's Permit Tests can be found here: Driver's Prep New Test Page
The old practice tests have 25 random questions, regardless of the number of test questions on the real examination.
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All practice tests, old format or new format, are updated on a regular basis to match the content of the state Driver Manual and what you must know for your DMV test.
Just like before, our DMV practice tests are 100% free with no fees and no hidden gimmicks. Just simple DMV practice test questions, answers, and explanations to help you pass your DMV written knowledge exam. The practice tests are simple to use; read the question and click on the correct choice. You will get instant feedback and will know if your answer is correct or not. If you miss a question, there is also a brief explanation to help you learn faster.
You can take as many tests as you want, as often as you like. But rules between states are not always the same, so use the practice tests for your state - or you could end up learning the wrong rules for your DMV exam.
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The passing score in most states is 80%, but it can be lower or higher in your state.
Do you want to know the passing scores in different states? Read this: United States Permit and License Passing Scores.
|About the DMV Questions at Driversprep.com|
Driversprep.com has been the leading online driver education and learning site for permit test practice during more than 10 years! Not only teens taking their first permit exam benefit from this fantastic online resource; it is also a great help for adult applicants who need to re-take their official written test.
Driversprep.com was established 2007. Each year, 1.5 million visitors take more than 27 million free DMV practice written tests. Access to the online test has always been 100% free at driversprep.com. All questions and answers are based on the official handbooks or driver manuals from each state and updated on a regular basis. Questions are written by professional instructors with genuine knowledge about safe driving practices and rules of the road.
You should remember that Driversprep.com is privately owned and not affiliated with any State or Government Entity. You cannot qualify for a permit or license by taking the online practice tests here.
Practice tests are offered free of charge only as a study help.
Along with their DMV practice written tests all users have access to instant feedback and support through email and/or social media.
Users who practice for their permit test through driversprep.com are simply better prepared. Not only do they complete their official examination quicker and with ease, they are also more confident about their driving knowledge and driving skills. The overall pass rate by regular users of this education tool is over 90 percent. This applies to users who have taken 10 or more DMV practice tests and reach a passing score of 92%. Statistics from some states show a pass rate of 96 percent at the real permit exam. Studying with driversprep.com surely helps most users pass with flying colors.
Above all, driversprep.com offers license and permit practice tests that you can trust! Content is reviewed on a regular basis. When questions are too easy to misunderstand or when laws change, the pool of questions are updated.
As a user, you have access to the most comprehensive database of driver license questions in the country. This means you can be confident that the practice tests cover all aspects and all items that might show up on your exam. You may also rest assure that answers are correct. If you still have doubts, we are always there to help. We take the DMV examination seriously and want you to pass!
Don't let yourself get down just because you get low practice scores. When it comes to driving, you have just as much potential as the anyone else. And you have the same chance of being successful and get your driver's license. It is just going to take a bit longer!
Here are some good hints. If you don't know an answer right off, you should try to eliminate one or two choices as obviously wrong. By practicing you will be able to narrow down your choices. Still difficult? Make the best educated guess you can. It will often prove to be the correct answer.
Is this the real test? Well, we get that question a lot. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. All real knowledge tests pick random questions from alarger database. This means that all tests are different. The practice tests work the same way!
All states have a Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) law in place. If you are under 18 years, it will define when you can start practicing driving and how quickly you can earn your full, unrestricted driver's license.
GDL laws are designed to gradually provide young drivers with driving experience and skills. There are typically three steps or phases you must pass.
You begin by applying for a learner's permit and practice driving with an experienced driver. You then progress to a restricted driver license (usually known as probationary or provisional license). During these two phases there a several restrictions in place, like a nighttime curfew, passenger restriction, and cellphone prohibition. Restrictions are lifted over time and you will eventually earn your full driver's license.
Remember that rules are slightly different in each state.
Your best defense against crashing with a deer, is to control your speed, stay alert, watch for deer crossing signs, and avoid distractions. Learn when you are most likely to encounter deer on the road and what to do if a crash with a deer becomes inevitable.
A head-on collision means that two vehicles crash into each other, front-ends first. Head-on collisions are not very common, but often result in fatalities and/or serious injuries. Learn what to do if a vehicle drifts into your lane or a vehicle enters the highway the wrong way.
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