Florida
Permit Practice Test

Looking to get behind the wheel in the sunshine state? To earn your driver’s permit in Florida you must pass the Florida learner’s permit test, otherwise known as the Class E Knowledge Exam. Florida offers an online exam for people under 18 if they are accompanied by a parent during the exam. This website provides you with the opportunity to take a free Florida practice permit test to help you prepare for the Class E written test or the final Florida driving test to earn your license. Our practice test consists of 50 multiple choice questions, click the “Start Test” button below to begin.

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How To Get A Florida Drivers License

The process for getting a Florida’s driver’s license might seem overwhelming at first, but armed with the right information it becomes a lot easier. We’ll point you in the right direction by answering some of the most common questions people have about the state of Florida’s requirements for getting a driver’s license.

How old do you have to be to get a Florida driver’s license? You can apply for a learner’s license, sometimes referred to as a driver’s permit, when you are 15 years old. After holding a learner’s license for one year, a driver is then eligible for a Florida driver’s license. So, the short answer, is you must be 16 years old to have a full-fledged Florida operator’s license.

Can you take the Florida driver’s permit test online? Florida does allow aspiring driver’s to take the learner’s permit test online if they are under the age of 18. The test is accessible by computer or smartphone. A parent is also required to be present during the exam.

Can you take the Florida driver’s permit test online? Florida does allow aspiring driver’s to take the learner’s permit test online if they are under the age of 18. The test is accessible by computer or smartphone. A parent is also required to be present during the exam.

What are the steps for obtaining a learner’s permit in Florida? To earn your learner’s permit you’ll need to pass a driver’s education course that covers traffic laws and drug and alcohol abuse. Beyond that you will need to:

  • Prove your address and identification (birth certificate, passport, etc.)
  • Pass vision and hearing tests
  • Pass the written driver’s permit test
  • Drivers under the age of 18 will need a signed consent form from a parent

What driving restrictions does Florida put on driver’s with a learner’s permit? Holders of Florida driver’s permits have a number of restrictions to when, where, and how they can drive. Permit holders can only drive with a licensed driver in the front passenger seat who is 21 or older. For the first three months, they are only allowed to drive during daylight hours. After three months, they may drive until 10pm. To earn a Florida driver’s license, permit holders must have had 50 hours or driving time recorded, including 10 hours at night. Candidates must not have had any moving violations from one year of receiving their learner’s permit. After passing the Class E driving skill test, it’s just a matter of having a street legal vehicle. This means the vehicle has up to date registration, proof of insurance and has passed inspection.

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How To Pass the Florida Driver’s License Test

Preparation is critical if you want to pass the Florida permit test. Your most valuable tool is the Florida driver’s manual. Read the manual thoroughly and make notes of critical pieces of information. Oftentimes you’ll notice these are highlighted, bold, or in larger text. As you read and re-read the manual, you can begin to gauge your progress by taking a Florida DMV practice test like the one available on this site. Record your scores and the dates that you take the test to see how you’re progressing. You can also take our road signs practice test if you want to improve your knowledge of those.

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Need a Florida driver’s manual?

You can typically pick up a driver’s manual at any Florida driver’s license office. These are available in multiple languages, and they’re free. You can also download the latest manual on the FLHSMV website.

Florida License Frequently Asked Questions

How do I renew my Florida driver’s license?

There are three different ways to renew your Florida driver’s license. You can do so online, in person, or through the mail. Required documentation includes proof of ID (license, passport, birth certificate, etc.), social security number, and proof of current address.

Do I need to take the written test again when I go to renew my license in Florida?

For those renewing their license in Florida no additional testing is necessary.

What happens if I fail the road test?

You can reschedule a road test if you fail. The only restriction is that after five failures in a calendar year you will not be allowed to drive until you request approval from the Florida Bureau of Administrative Review Office for another test.

What skills will I have to demonstrate on the Florida road test?
There will always be some variation in what the instructor will place the most value on during the road skills test. That said, some of the more common driving skills that must be demonstrated include:

 

  • Maintaining proper driving position and posture.
  • Demonstrating understanding of right of way.
  • Stopping and proceeding at intersections.
  • Safely parking the vehicle.
  • Maintaining proper following distance in traffic.
  • Safely moving the car while in reverse.
How does Florida deal with out of state licenses and permits for new residents?

For driver’s with a valid license or permit from another state, no additional testing is required. Bring in your license or permit with a secondary form of identification to a Florida DMV location within 30 days of moving to Florida and you can update to a new license relatively seamlessly.

Additional Information

Information on the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles

To schedule a road test, you’ll need to schedule a time with the local Florida DMV office.

Website: https://www.flhsmv.gov
Phone: 850.617.2000

To find a Florida DMV location near you visit: https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/florida/

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