Arizona Driving Practice Test
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Welcome to the sample Arizona Driving Test Practice page. This site is offered to help you practice your written driving test skills ahead of taking your Arizona Motor Vehicle Services driver’s test. You will need to pass your knowledge test and road test in order to qualify for receiving an Arizona driver’s license. In addition, you also must pass a vision test and a road test. In our practice written tests, you will have to answer questions that are very similar to the actual Arizona DOT MVS Driving Written test. You will be asked to answer 30 multiple choice questions and candidates must score 80% or higher to pass the test. Click the “Start Quiz” button below to begin.
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Ouch! You need to score at least 80% to pass this driver’s test–that’s 24 correct questions out of 30. 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 Arizona Drivers License
In Arizona, driver’s license regulations are administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD). If you are under 18 years of age, you will receive your Graduated Driver’s License (Class G license). With this license you may not drive between the hours of midnight and 5:00 a.m. and you may not have passengers under 18 years of age unless they are siblings. Upon your 18th birthday, candidates may acquire your regular driver’s license, or a Class D.
To apply for a Class G license, you must have had an Arizona instruction permit with a clean record for at least six months. Candidates must also have finished an MVD approved driver education program or have written parental or guardian certification that you have completed 30 hours of supervised driving practice, within this at least 10 hours a night. Once you have turned 18 and have a Class G license, you may apply for a Class D Operator’s License.
Prior to receiving a Class G operator’s license, you may obtain an operator permit. With this permit, you must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years of age or older. Operator permits are valid for 12 months. To obtain an operator permit, you must have an application signed by one adult who will then assign responsibility for any misconduct or negligence issues when during your permit driving window. Candidates for an operators permit must take a Permit Test @ Home written driver test. This test is online and can be administered by a parent or legal guardian.
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How To Pass the Arizona Driving 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 and practice some more! This means you should be practicing with your learner’s permit and also taking as many written practice tests as you can to familiarize yourself with test questions and the format of the multiple choice questions.
- 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 road exam – be sure all the different facets of your car are functioning properly, including the brakes, turn signals, headlights and seat adjusters.
- Make sure to eat a little bit and use the restroom prior to heading to the MVD office. You may have to wait for a time before your test and the last thing you need is to be worrying about hunger pangs or a full bladder.
Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles Information
To schedule a driving skills test, you’ll need to contact the Arizona Law Enforcement Agency using the contact information below.
Additional Arizona Drivers License Helpful Links
Please use the link below to learn more about helpful topics and forms related to the Arizona driver’s license test or other Arizona driver’s license related topics.
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- Permit test @ home
- Arizona Motorcycle Test
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