The Importance of Knowledge
When did safety become annoying? And who do you want to meet on the road? Somebody who can follow rules and know what to do in an emergency? Or somebody who doesn’t?
DMVCheatSheets.com tries to sell you some simple fact sheets for $19:95, including 50 sample questions. Claiming this will help you to pass your “annoying” written test.
They also make a big deal out of the fact that your driver license manual or DMV handbook is over 100 pages long! And asks “Who has time to read that or know what matters?”
In fact, they try to sell you the impression that you can master your written test in 10 minutes with their sheets.
Don’t fall for this cheap trick. They only want your money.
Almost everything in a handbook is there for a reason. And yes, you need to read 100 pages or more. And yes, you need to learn the rules.
And, most important, you need to learn how to become a good driver. For your own good.
Most people fail their first written test. There is a reason for this as well. The only way to avoid a failure is to study. And practice.
And when it comes to practicing… If you compare 50 sample questions for $19:95 with 400 questions for free.
Where do you think you get the best value?