Ohio
Driving Practice Test

Ohio has a lot of fun cities that make for a great road trip: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo…but to make the rounds you’ll need a car and a driver’s license. To get your license you’ll need to pass the Ohio temps test (the Ohio permit test), put in your hours behind the wheel with your permit and then pass the Ohio driver’s license written test and road tests. That sounds like a lot, and it is, but you can get yourself prepare to pass the written knowledge test on your first try with our Ohio driving practice tests. This site contains free Ohio BMV practice tests and practice temps tests to help you prepare for the real thing. In addition, we also have practice tests to help you if you’re looking to gain a CDL or motorcycle license in Ohio. Take the first step towards your license today by taking our free practice test below and you can brush up on your knowledge of Ohio’s rules of the road and road signs before taking the real test. You will be presented with 40 questions and you must answer 30 questions correctly to pass.  There is no time limit.  You may not go back once you answer a question.  Click the “Start Quiz” button below to begin.  Good luck!

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How To Get An Ohio Drivers License

If you are an Ohio teen-aged 15 and a half or older, you must visit the BMV with proof of id, residency, birth date, and legal residence to obtain your learner’s permit. You must also pass the written test and a vision test and pay the $22 fee. Your parent or legal guardian must also be present and provide identification. If you have any medical conditions, you must also complete a medical packet. The written test is 40 multiple choice questions about road rules, traffic signs, highway warnings and vehicle laws. You must pass with a 75 percent or higher. There are practice tests available online.
Once you have your permit (temporary instruction permit identification card), you may begin driver’s Ed. Until you are 16 years old, you can only drive with a licensed parent, guardian or driving instructor. At age 16, you may drive with any licensed driver aged 21 or older in the seat next to you. You may not drive between midnight and 6 am unless you are with a parent or guardian until you are 18 years old.
Driver’s Ed consists of 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of driving with a certified instructor. To get your intermediate driver’s license, you must have completed at least 50 hours of driving, 10 of which is night driving. You must submit a Fifty Hour Affidavit certified by your parent or guarding to obtain your intermediate driver’s license.
After having your learner’s permit for at least a year and being under age 18, you still may not drive between 1 am and 5 am unless it’s for a work, school or church event. After age 18, your intermediate license becomes a full driver’s license with no restrictions.

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How To Pass the Ohio Driver’s License Test

No one wants to spend the time and money to take their driver’s test a second time. That’s why it’s important to prepare the right way and pass on your first try. The following tips can help you on your way.

  • Take every free Ohio temps practice test and Ohio practice BMV test that you can. This site has a huge repository of questions that can be taken on a computer or on a mobile device, so there’s no excuse not to regularly take practice tests to improve your scoring.
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  • During the test you’ll want to take your time. There’s no award for being the first one done, so make sure you carefully read each question so you know exactly what’s being asked.
  • Keep cool. Yes, there’s a lot riding on the test, but don’t let your nerves get the best of you if you hit one or two questions you’re not sure of. Use the process of elimination to narrow down your answers and make an educated guess. Getting a couple of questions wrong won’t stop you from getting your license so keep cool and keep your eye on the prize.

Additional Information

Ohio BMV (Bureau of Motor Vehicles)

For information on Ohio driver’s licenses and testing, as well as information on vehicles and registration, you can find more information on the Ohio BMV website at https://www.bmv.ohio.gov/.

Phone: 844.644.6268

To find Ohio BMV hours and the location nearest you, you can find those listings on their website at https://www.bmv.ohio.gov/locations.aspx.

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