We Want to Hop Online, Not in Line
Nobody should have missed that people today use Internet to find information.
When you want to study for your first learner’s permit or driver’s license, you will probably look for a driver handbook or driver’s manual online.
While most state departments do a very good job by keeping their websites up to date, this cannot be said about Mississippi DPS @MissDPS.
They still keep their 2011 version of the manual available online, even though several laws have changed since then. When you call them, you are asked to pick up a hard copy at the nearest office. Why should you need to stand in line and wait in a busy office for something so simple?
If you want to study for your MS permit, you want the latest version of the manual. The 2011 pdf-version of the manual is the worst one in the country, according to licenseroute.com.
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Oh, yeah, sorry… I forgot! Driversprep.com doesn’t charge anything. The website is absolutely free, with no hidden gimmicks.
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The catch? There must be one…
Well, there isn’t.
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The free driver’s license tests at driver’s prep now include a complete coverage for Maryland.
More than 500 questions cover everything appearing in the driver’s manual. All tests are free and unlimited. No gimmicks, and no sign-up required.
Each test on driversprep.com consists of 25 questions, drawn from the large database. You should correctly answer at least 22 questions to make sure you pass the real knowledge test.
Always start by reading the driver’s manual. All questions on the real MVA knowledge test are based on the information in the manual. There are no trick questions, but the Maryland manual is known for being a bit scanty. Read it carefully. Important information is often mentioned in a single sentence.
Most items in the driver’s manual may show up on the real test.
The MVA knowledge test also consists of 25 questions. You need a score of 85% or better to pass. MVA may use a time limit. At driversprep.com, however, there is no time limit.
Tests are administered on a computer. They are available in English, as well as Spanish. Other translations or oral tests may also be available. Make sure you make an appointment if you need other translations or oral tests.