Can I make an appointment to take my permit test online?

It depends on your state. Some offer and encourage permit test online appointments. Others don't. To find out if your state offers this option visit your DMV's Web site. If available, you'll find step-by-step instructions on how to make an appointment, usually requiring your name, contact information and, if applicable, your drivers permit or drivers license number. It's a fast process that takes but minutes. 

Before making an appointment, be sure you're test-ready. Study your state's drivers manual. You can obtain one for free from any DMV office or by downloading online. You'll then want to take a practice permit test. These can be found online and are usually free of charge, although you will also find some that have a nominal fee. Take as many tests as possible. Once you're ready, make arrangements for taking the actual permit test.

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