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Unlimited DMV Written Test Practice

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 random questions.

The different practice tests cover all 50 states and District of Columbia. You have access to more than 500 real DMV questions and answers for each state.

The DMV sample tests cover everything you need to know for your DMV written test. Even if you can rely solely on these practice tests and pass your official knowledge exam, we recommend you to start by reading your state's driver handbook or manual. The manual gives a valuable overview of what you need to learn and what areas the DMV test will focus on.

It is also a good idea to refer to the handbook every time you miss a question. It helps you learn faster. If you still can't wrap your head around some safe drive practices or rules of the road, take help. Discuss things with friends and family. Experienced drivers may be able to explain your concerns with real-life examples.

How to Study for Your DMV Written Test

Since you need to learn a huge chunk of new information for your written DMV examination, you shouldn't try and do it all at once. Try to tackle the DMV test at your own comfortable pace. You don't want to get out on the road without knowing your stuff. And you don't want to make several trips down to the licensing office.

Depending on your previous experience, you probably need a copuple of weeks to truly learn everything you need to know. Learning usually takes time and the more you spread the hours with our practice tests, the better you will remember the important facts.

What You Must Know before Using this Online Practice

Remember, by using our site and free written practice tests you are bound to our terms and conditions. All information, illustrations, and test questions are protected by copyright laws. You may not copy and publish any of this information, including the free tests, without permission.