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License Route offers FREE and unlimited DMV written test practice for your state permit test or full driver’s license test.

You can take as many tests as you need. Each test is unique with a new set of random questions.

School Bus Questions on Your DMV Test

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You should learn how to share the roads with school buses and the laws about passing school buses in your State.

Not only because questions about school buses are quite common on the DMV knowledge test, but because you want to avoid potentially tragic accidents and unnecessary penalties.

    This is what you need to know .

Signs that are Easy to Miss on the DMV Written Test

Divided Highway Signs

4 out of 10 test takers mix up or misunderstand the meaning of these two divided highway signs and get them wrong on the DMV knowledge exam!

Look at the illustration above. Which sign tells you that there is a divided highway ahead? Which one tells you that the divided highway ends ahead?

    Check your knowledge .

DMV Questions about Flashing Traffic Lights

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National Drivers Tests have shown that many Americans cannot say which correct action to take when they approach flashing traffic light signals. They are confused about both flashing yellow signals and flashing red signals.

Which is strange, because flashing light signals are, and have always been, a common item on the DMV written knowledge test in all states.

    This what you must know!

2021 Arizona Driver License Test Practice

Latest test practice for the state of Arizona.

Arizona Driver License Test

Arizona written exam is a multiple-choice test taken on a computer. Just like our practice tests, the official test is randomized, which means that you are not likely to get the same test twice.

The passing score in Arizona is 80%. You must correctly answer 24 of 30 questions to pass.

Questions cover common traffic signs and signals, safe driving, and Arizona traffic laws.