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If you’ve ever dreamed about cruising through the Magnolia state you’ll need to start by earning your Mississippi driver’s license. You’ll need to go through the process of earning your license which includes passing the Mississippi driver’s permit test, putting in your required time behind the wheel with your learner’s permit and then passing the Mississippi driver’s test - the written knowledge portion and the driving skills test. The final knowledge test is one that gives people the most trouble, but if you want to get a passing score on your first try we’re here to help. This site has free Mississippi practice permit tests and practice driver’s license exams to help you prepare to pass the test on your first try. Our tests cover topics you’ll see on exam day including rules of the road, safe driving practices, and road sign recognition. If you want to ace the test go ahead and try our free Mississippi driver’s test practice exams below. You will be presented with 30 questions and you must answer 24 questions correctly to pass. There is no time limit. You may not go back once you answer a question. Click the "Start Test" button below to begin. 

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Select the statement that includes the 4 principle types of interstate interchanges.

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The distance you must always stop at when there is a lowered crossing gate, a flashing electric signal, or rapidly-approaching train is:

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When parked facing uphill, the driver should turn the front wheels of the vehicle to the left before leaving the vehicle. Doing so will _____.

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There must be at least _____ between your car and the car in front of you.

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You must get into _____ when you decide to exit the interstate.

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Select the correct statement in regards to what you should do when parking on a hill.

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According to Mississippi law, you may not stop and leave your vehicle parked and unattended in any of the following places, EXCEPT:

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When presented with a white sign displaying a two-headed arrow--one pointing in a curve to the left and the other head pointing straight--the driver knows that he or she is allowed to:

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You must _____ when you see orange construction signs and cones on a freeway.

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Driving a standard passenger vehicle without a learner's permit or license may make you and the owner of the car ________.

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Always _____ when following a vehicle at night.

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You should ___ when passing a bicyclist

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You must reduce your speed to avoid ___ when there is water on the road.

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What does this sign indicate?

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Except when passing another vehicle, you are required to stay _______ when driving on a road with 3 or more lanes.

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The right lane is _____ if parking is allowed on a road.

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You must ____ when driving behind a motorcycle that you want to pass.

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_____ perform motor vehicle inspections.

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Select the situation in which adult passengers in a car must wear a seat belt.

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The maximum speed limit unless otherwise posted is:

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You must _____ when a school bus, with flashing red lights activated, is stopped on the other side of a 4-lane road with shared center turn lane.

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Warning signs are yellow and ____.

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Should you always drive slower than other traffic?

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This sign indicates:

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You must _____ when there is a solid line on your side of the center dash stripe.

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If convicted of drunk driving for the first time while a minor, a license suspension occurs ___ under the Zero Tolerance Law.

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What does this sign indicate?

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When a driver comes across a vehicle with bright or blinding lights they should:

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Double white lines are used as pavement markings when:

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This sign indicates:

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Drivers License

How To Get A Mississippi Drivers License

In order to apply for a driving permit in Mississippi you must be at least 15 years of age. Testing is administered at your local Mississippi Department of Motor Vehicles office. If you are under 18 years of age, you must complete an application and have it notarized with signatures of parents or legal guardians. You must also provide your birth certificate, social security card, and a signed certification of school attendance. You will need to be accompanied by a licensed driver 21 years of age or older such as a parent, sibling, driving instructor, relative or someone that you trust. If you or over 18 years of age you must complete the application and provide your birth certificate, social security card and proof of residence. You will be required to take a vision test. You should wear any corrective lenses during the exam. You will be required to score at least 20/40 on the exam. After receiving your driving permit you must wait at least one year before applying for your Mississippi driver’s license if you are under the age of 17. During this time, you should get as much practice with a licensed driver 21 years of age or older. If you are 17 years of age or older, you may take your road test at any time, even the same day of your written test.You should expect to see 30 questions on the computerized exam that may cover any part of the Mississippi driver manual. Pay particular attention to road signs, speeding limits, traffic violations and how to share the road with other drivers. You must correctly answer 24 of the 30 questions to pass the test. If you do not pass the test, you may take the test again at any time. There is no waiting period to take the test but you are only allowed to take it 3 times in a 30 day period. If you fail the test on the 3rd try, you must wait 30 days to try again.You may drive using your out of state driver’s license in the state of Mississippi as long as it is valid. Mississippi will allow you to use an out of state learner’s permit as long as you follow the rules of your home state. If you are a licensed driver moving to Mississippi from another state, you will not be required to take the road test. When you establish residency in Mississippi, you must present your birth certificate, social security card, proof of domicile if you are 18 years of age or older, certification of school attendance if you are under 18 years of age and your current license. You will also need to pay the $21.00 licensing fee.

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How To Pass the Mississippi Driver's License Test

Even though you can retake your driver’s test the day after failing it on your first try, it’s not something anyone wants to put themselves through. So if you want to pass the test on your first try, we recommend the following tips.

  • Take every Mississippi permit practice test and practice driver’s test you can. Getting used to the format of questions and seeing your scores will help you gain confidence and measure your progress as you study.

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  • Spend as much time as you can with the MIssissippi driver’s manual. You can take every practice permit test MS has to offer, but you’ll also want to have the most recent copy of the state’s driver’s manual and use that as the foundation for your studying as it contains everything you need to know about the state’s driving laws.
  • Prepare the night before to reduce stress. The night before the test make sure you get organized. Know where you’re going, have all of your paperwork in order and have a plan to get there early. Avoiding last minute problems with some pre-planning will put you in a good position to pass the test.

Additional Information

Mississippi Department of Public Safety

For the latest information on Mississippi’s driver requirements as well as information on vehicle licensing, fees and testing, please see the Mississippi DPS website https://www.ms.gov/dps/license_renewal/MVR.

Phone: 601.987.1212

To find Mississippi motor vehicle and driver license office location nearest you, visit https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/mississippi/

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