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Large Pool of Questions

Our completely free permit practice tests are based on your State’s Driver Handbook and more real DMV questions than any other site.

Permit practice tests are not only a way for you to verify that you have learned the handbook – it is also a simple way to study. A large pool of questions makes that possible. Our DMV practice tests cover all information in the handbook.


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Permit Practice Tests to Help You Pass

Our Surveys show that 9 out of 10 (92%) pass their DMV written test after studying the handbook and taking our practice tests 10 times or more. The average pass rate for all applicants is between 45 and 65 percent, depending on state.

This means that our permit practice tests will really help by challenging your knowledge and understanding.

Easy to Use and No Tracking

Our free online practice tests are easy to use. Each time you start a test, 25 DMV questions are randomly picked from a database with more than 500 questions. Some states may have up to 1,000 questions in the DMV question pool.

You get instant answers and detailed explanations.

Required to Take the Written DMV Test Again

While most users practice for their first learner’s permit, our online DMV tests can also be used if you already are or have been licensed in United States or another country and are required to take a DMV written test.

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This is Why You Failed Your DMV Exam

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Big Picture - Copyright: Samantha Craddock

Even if numbers vary across states, it is common that one out of three fail the written DMV exam on their first attempt. Researchers are very clear over the reasons. Do you want to make sure you won’t fail?

There are some important steps you can take to avoid failure and give yourself an edge over your peers.

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Are Numbers Important for the DMV Test?

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The driver handbook is full of numbers and details concerning penalties, suspension periods, and driver points. Other numbers are drawn from statistics. Should you learn all the numbers before your DMV written knowledge test or not?

This is a very common question among our users.

We will give you the best answer.

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Getting Your First Learner’s Permit

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Teen drivers are statistically more likely to get into car accidents than drivers in any other age group. Of course, even when you are a new driver, there are a lot of things that you can do to stay out of trouble on the road.

The first, of course, is not to drive without another licensed adult in the car before you have a driver’s license that gives you the privilege of driving by yourself. Not only is it against the law for people who only have learner’s permits to drive alone, but it is also very dangerous.

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Can’t Wait to Pass Your DMV Permit Test?

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Anxious about the DMV Permit Test? No doubt, most of us get nervous, anxious or feel stressed when it comes to the DMV Permit Test. Get help by taking our online DMV permit practice tests. All free.

Studies show that teenagers using only online permit practice tests actually have a higher pass rate than those who only studied the handbook and used the old-fashioned paper and pen.

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New California Drivers Ed Practice Test

Man with tablet - copyright: mklrnt has been online since 2009 and has always offered nonprofit drivers ed practice tests. With just a few clicks, you will have access to endless tests, based on more than 1,000 questions.

Licenseroute is your best source and the website with the most reliable practice tests. All practice tests are based on the California driver handbook and real DMV examinations.

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