What do I need to know to pass the written test?

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Everything you'll need to know to pass your driver's license written exam is covered in your state's DMV manual.

While the information varies a bit by state, you should have a firm understanding of matters such as:

  • Traffic laws
  • Correct driving procedures (turns, stopping,yielding, passing, etc.)
  • Speed limits
  • Parking
  • Safety belt use
  • Child restraints
  • Traffic signs
  • Special driving situations (night, fog, rain, snow, emergency, etc.)
  • Crash reporting

While this may be a lot to learn, you can sharply enhance your chances of passing your written test if you take a few practice tests. Doing so will help reinforce your newfound knowledge in your mind, and prepare you for the question-and-answer format. It's best to take more than one test, or one that offers a lot of questions, just to give you a wider variety of possible test questions.

After you've passed the practice tests, you'll be calmer and more confident on testing day.

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