Why Pay to Take a Drivers License Practice Test

Date posted: 06/26/2012

by Melissa Crumish on
in Education & Training

3678 Why Pay to Take a Drivers License Practice TestBefore first-time drivers can get behind the wheel of a moving car, they must first obtain a learners permit. This requires passing a drivers license written test, or what some call a knowledge exam. This test features a series of multiple choice questions (the exact number varies with state, but usually in the 20 to 25 range) based on material contained in your state’s drivers license manual.

To prepare for the test, study the driver handbook. Often you can download it from home.

Drivers License Practice Test Benefits

After studying it from cover-to-cover, you next want to take several drivers license practice tests. You can find these on DMV websites, as well as online from a variety of independent sources. Though some of these online companies charge a small fee to take their learners permit practice tests, it’s money well spent.

Unlike free license practice tests that are limited to a few questions, and maybe two or three different tests, pay practice tests offer an unlimited number of questions, and the questions mirror the actual DMV license test in format (multiple choice) and in content. This way, for not a lot of money, you get a comprehensive examination of all drivers license topics including:

  • Driving laws.
  • Defensive driving techniques.
  • Road sign and traffic light identification.
  • Pavement markings.
  • The dangers of drinking and driving.
  • Hazardous driving tips.
  • Sharing the road with motorists, motorcycles and pedestrians.

Once you consistently answer most questions correctly, you’re ready for the real drivers license test.

How to Find Drivers License Practice Tests

Depending on the type of driver’s license you wish to earn, you can find the following types of practice tests online:

All you need is a credit card and a little free time to spend with these sample test questions.

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