Permit Practice Tests on YouTube
You can now watch some of the permit test questions for your DMV written knowledge exam on YouTube.
The new videos can be used as a learning tool; the same way you would use flashcards. The videos are also good for a quick recap while waiting in line at the DMV office. They are short and compact with just 10 questions in each.
As always, you should read questions and all alternatives carefully.
Videos are basically non-interactive, meaning you can only answer the questions in your mind. After 5-8 seconds, the correct answer will appear. Just like turning a flashcard.
At the end of the video, however, there is an option to click on a link that will take you to another vide or the online tests.
During spring 2015, more videos will be released, covering all states.
Source: New York Permit Practice Test
Practice tests for District of Columbia have been updated this morning. There are now more than 600 questions available in our database. This means we have you completely covered for your final examination. Questions include both the test for a full license and a learner’s permit.
If you are between less than 20 years old, the official computerized knowledge test will have 30 questions and you must answer at least 24 questions correctly (80%) to pass. If you are older, the test has 25 questions and you must answer at least 24 questions correctly (80%).
Permit Practice Tests
Our practice tests have 25 question with a 80% passing score, but they can still be used if you need the permit practice. As always, our tests are free without gimmicks. Nothing to buy.
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We have added new and updated questions for the Alabama DMV test.
Alabama Driver Manual
As always, our tests include all the necessary questions on Alabama traffic laws, road signs, and rules of safe driving.
We offer a complete coverage of the material published in the Alabama Driver Manual.
You should always start by reading the manual, which you can find in digital format on the DPS web site.
Many of the details in the manual are easy to skip. They might seem irrelevant or insignificant for becoming a good driver. However, knowing the facts is often an important part of the written knowledge test.
Safe following distances, what to do at a railroad crossing, in what situations you are required to stop, and responsibilities at the scene of an accident are all areas that might show up on your test. Generally, you will also find questions about drinking and driving. Study all of these chapters carefully.
When you think you are ready with the manual, take a handful of practice tests at driversprep.com. When you reach a score of 90% or more you are probably ready for your real test.
Click on the button to get to our free tests. Remember, everything is free without any stupid gimmicks. You don’t need to sign up or we don’t ask for any personal information.
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.