Driving Practice Test
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This is the passenger vehicle driver’s test for the state of Alaska. Having a driver’s license in Alaska permits you the ability to drive around the most scenic state in the United States. This site is offered to help you practice your driving test skills ahead of taking your Alaska driver’s test. You will need to pass your knowledge test and road test in order to qualify for receiving an Alaska driver’s license. In addition, you also must pass a vision test, a road test and an alcohol and drug awareness knowledge test. In our practice written tests you will have to answer questions that are very similar to the actual Alaska Driving Written Knowledge test. Candidates must answer 16 of 20 questions correctly in order to pass the test. Click the “Start Quiz” button below to begin.
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Congratulations! You PASSED the driver’s test! You can try it again to brush up on new questions or head down to your local DMV and take the state-administered test!
Ouch! You need to score at least 80% to pass this driver’s test–that’s 16 correct questions out of 20. Why don’t you try it again and brush up on some of the questions before taking the real thing.
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How To Get An Alaska Drivers License
In Alaska, driver’s license regulations are handled by the Alaska Department of Motor Vehicles office. Drivers may apply for a driving permit starting at the age of 14 in Alaska. For those that applying for a permit, a permit application must be completed, in addition to providing multiple forms of identification, birth date, social security number and address. Those that are under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or provide a notarized parental consent form. Drivers must be of a minimum age of 16 to obtain a provisional driver’s license. Those that are the ages of 16-18 may obtain a provisional license. Once an individual with a clean provisional license record turns 18, they may qualify for an Alaska Driver’s License.
After receiving a driver’s permit, drivers must wait 6 months before applying for a provisional driver’s license. In addition to being a minimum of 16 years of age, drivers must also prove that they have completed a training of 40 hours with 10 of those being driving in adverse conditions, such as poor weather and / or nighttime driving. At this time, candidates must then pass their written knowledge test, vision test, road test and alcohol and drug awareness test. In addition, they must pay a $15 driver application fee.
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How To Pass the Alaska Driving Permit Test
If you’re concerned about how you’ll perform when test day arrives, here are some tips that may prove useful as you prepare:
- Practice, practice, practice. This means you should be practicing with your learner’s permit and also taking as many practice tests as you can to familiarize yourself with test questions and road signs.
- Practice like you’ll be tested. If possible drive the same car and in the same area where you’ll be tested on exam day. If you’re familiar with the vehicle, speed limits, and potential hazards you’ll be much more comfortable and less prone to making silly mistakes.
- Give your car an inspection a day or two before the exam – make sure the windshield and windows are clean, adjust your mirrors and check the AC, turn signal, wipers, lights, defrost, emergency brake, horn and hazard lights to make sure they’re all in functional condition.
- Gather up all of your necessary paperwork like your proof of registration, insurance and permit the night before the exam and have them ready to go so you’re not scrambling to find them in the morning.
Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles InformationTo schedule a driving skills test, you’ll need to contact the Alaska DMV using the following information: Website: http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/akol/ Phone: 907.269.5551 Find the DMV location closest to you by visiting:
https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/alaska/ You can also schedule your drivers test online by following the instructions on this page.
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