Video with 50 Wisconsin Test Questions
Driving is always a risky activity. Traffic laws and defensive driving practices have been created to reduce the risks. If you don’t know the laws, don’t understand signs or signals, or ignore or do not apply safe driving techniques, you are much more likely to get into an accident.
Before you attempt your official Wisconsin DMV test, make sure you prepare well. The more you understand about risks and safe driving, the better driver you will be.
This video shows some areas that you should study before you take the knowledge test. It has two parts with 25 questions about road signs and 25 questions about Wisconsin road rules.
Can you answer all questions before the correct answer is revealed?
What You Need to Know
Anyone who operates a motor vehicle or motor-driven cycle on public roadways in Wisconsin MUST have a valid driver license.
You can get a Wisconsin driver license for cars and light trucks (Class D) if you:
- Are at least 16 years old.
- Can present proof of U.S. citizenship, legal immigration status or legal temporary visitor status in the U.S.
- Present proof of your Wisconsin residency.
- Can provide proof of your name and date of birth and identity.
- Can show proof of your Social Security Number.
- Pass the knowledge and skills tests.
You must also meet the physical and medical requirements for the type of driver license for which you are applying.
If you are under 18 years, you must have completed an approved driver education course. You must also have your parent or legal guardian certify their sponsorship on your Wisconsin permit application.
You cannot get a driver license in Wisconsin if you have a license that is suspended or revoked in another state. If you are currently licensed in another state, you must turn in your out-of-state driver license and/or identification card.
To get a Wisconsin permit, you must:
- Be at least 15 years and six months old.
- Pass the knowledge and highway signs tests and vision screening.
- Have completed or be enrolled in an approved behind-the-wheel driver ed course.
- Have your adult sponsor sign the application.
- Show proof of U.S. citizenship, legal immigration status or legal temporary visitor status in the U.S.
- Provide proof of your name and date of birth and identity.
- Show proof of your Social Security Number.
- You may also be required to show proof of Wisconsin residency.
Move on to the Interactive Practice Tests
This website has 50 practice tests to help you study for the Wisconsin Permit or full driver license. Each test give you instant feedback to help you learn faster.
We recommend that you use the tests after you studied the Motorist’s Handbook .
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