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Why Cheat Sheets Don’t Work

Trying to memorize DMV questions and answers will NOT help you getting your learner’s permit or driver’s license. In fact, too many applicants still fail their first attempt at the DMV knowledge test. In some states, as many as 2 out of 3 fail.

Why is this? The simple truth is that your cheat sheet or sample test will not contain the real DMV questions. Just memorizing a handful of questions and answers is a waste of time and could make you a dangerous driver.

Nobody Likes To Study

Yes, we all hate to study (well, almost all of us). But sometimes it is necessary. Don’t skip the driver’s manual. Combine reading the manual and taking our extensive practice test.

We have a large database with drivers ed questions. Most state permit practice tests have a lot more than 500 questions. Florida and California have more than 1,000.

This will give you variety and a better challenge. Focus on understanding each question, not just memorizing the answer.

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Florida Free DMV Test – 2013 Update


Miami Beach, FL

The free preparation tests for the state of Florida have been updated at Many new questions have been added.

The free preparation tests are randomly created from a database of more than 500 questions. Questions cover all areas of the Florida driver’s handbook. The practice tests are the ideal soultion for anyone who wants to pass the real written test the first time.

Each test consists of 25 questions about both road signs and traffic rules. The passing score on these tests is 80%, which is higher than on the real test.

Your real DMV written examination will include 20 road signs and 20 road rule questions. To pass, you must choose the right answers to at least 15 road signs and 15 road rules questions.

The road sign test is a multiple choice test which consists of 20 road signs for you to identify by color, shape or meaning. The rules test is a multiple choice test regarding Florida traffic laws.

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