Kentucky Free Permit Tests

Kentucky Driver's License - Copyright: Daniel Kaesler

Are You Ready for Your Written Permit Test?

It has never been easier to get your learner’s permit or full driver’s license. By using our Kentucky free permit tests you will be fully prepared and there is no need to be nervous.

Within just a few days you will become familiar with the kind of questions asked and you will find your strengths and weaknesses. It is that easy. We promise.

When You Apply for a Permit

When you apply for an instruction permit or driver’s license for the first time, you must bring the following:

  • Social Security Card.
  • Birth Certificate.
  • Signature and license/social security number of parent or legal guardian (if you are under 18).
  • No Pass/No Drive Form.

After your application has been prepared, you must pass a vision screening test (bring glasses or lenses) and a written knowledge test. The test is based on the information in the Kentucky Driver Manual.

If you are under 21, you must wait 180 days before you can take a road test and get the intermediate license. During this phase you must complete at least 60 hours behind the wheel (10 hours must be at night).

Make sure you understand the different phases and requirements of the Kentucky Graduated Licensing Program.

On the Kentucky Knowledge Test

On the knowledge test you will be asked up to 40 questions. There are 10 road sign questions and 30 questions about driving rules, regulations, safe driving practices, and procedures. You must score at least 80% to pass.

On Kentucky free permit tests you will be asked 25 questions and must correctly answer at least 20 questions (80%).

The most import thing when taking the real test and our practice tests is to read each question carefully. Don’t read too much into a question and don’t jump to quick conclusions based on what looks familiar. When people fail the test, it is usually because they did not take enough time to understand the question or the answers.

The more knowledge you have, the easier the test will be. Knowledge will also keep you safe on the road and help you avoid unnecessary violations and points on you record. Safe drivers also benefit from lower insurance premiums. In other words, it pays to know the things mentioned in your driver manual. Be sure to read it!


Start here: Kentucky Practice Tests

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