Driving Practice Test
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Welcome to the sample Arkansas Driving Test Practice page. This site is offered to help you practice your written driving test skills ahead of taking your Arkansas driver’s test. In order to qualify for a driver’s test in Arkansas, you must pass both a knowledge test and a skills test. In our practice knowledge tests you will have to answer questions that are very similar to the actual Arkansas Driving written knowledge test. You will be asked to answer 25 multiple choice questions and candidates must score a 80% or higher to pass the test. Click the “Start Quiz” button below to begin.
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How To Get An Arkansas Drivers License
In Arkansas, driver’s license regulations are administered by the Arkansas State Police. Anyone who operates a motor vehicle in the state of Arkansas must possess a license or certificate. An individual is eligible to obtain a restricted driver’s license if they are at least 14 years old. At 18 years of age a resident is eligible to obtain a non-restricted drivers license. All prospective drivers must have the proper legal documentation and pass a knowledge and skills test.
In order to get an instruction permit, a candidate must be at least 14 years old. Those with an instruction permit may driver with a properly licensed driver who is at least 21 years old or older.
A learners license is issued to those between the ages of 14 and 16 years old. To receive a Learner’s License, candidates must have a valid instruction permit, including the completion of a knowledge exam, vision and skills test. Those with a Learner’s License must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is of 21 years of age.
The intermediate license is given to those drivers between the ages of 16 and 18 years of age. Those who receive an intermediate license have a Learners Permit, including the completion of a knowledge exam, vision and skill test. An intermediate license means that the driver may not operate a motor vehicle with more than one minor passenger unless accompanied by a valid licensed driver who is 21 years or older. This individual who is 21 years old or older must be in the front seat of the vehicle. Additionally, the driver cannot drive between the hours of 11:00 pm and 4:00 am unless they are accompanied by a licensed driver over the age of 21 and is driving to or from a school activity, work activity, or an emergency.
Class D License
Those individuals with a Class D license must be 18 years old or older. Candidates must have a Instruction Permit, and a completion of the knowledge exam, vision and skills test. Upon completion, candidates must be free of serious accidents and conviction of a serious traffic violations for 12 months prior to application for the Class D License.
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How To Pass the Arkansas 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 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 the night before the road exam – be sure all the different facets of your car are working well, including the brakes, turn signals, headlights and seat adjusters are functioning properly.
Arkansas Department of Motor Vehicles Information
To schedule a driving skills test, you’ll need to schedule a time with your county’s troop headquarters. You can do this or or get more information by using the links below.
To find the location nearest you, please visit our Arkansas OMV Locations page.
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