Free TX Permit Practice Test
You can pass TX permit test the first time – Take TX Permit Practice Test!
- Test your knowledge before taking the real test
- Pass your TX Permit Test the first time!
What Do You Need to Know Before Taking the TX DMV/DPS Permit Test?
Getting your TX Driver’s license is a little bit of a process, just to make sure everyone is a safe driver before they’re out on the road! The first step is passing a knowledge test or a DMV permit exam. If you’re also trying to receive a motorcycle license or endorsement, the knowledge test may also be taken at the DMV or as part of an approved motorcycle safety education class.
To prepare yourself for the written test, be sure to thoroughly read the 2019 Texas Driver Handbook – most importantly any parts on road rules, road signs, driving under the influence, and other rules and regulations. The questions on our practice exams are based on the material in the official DPS manuals, and are like what you’ll take in the official knowledge test! Passing these tests should help you decide if you’re prepared enough for the real thing.
You can find information about topics on the permit test, the GDL program, any license fees you’ll need to pay, and more in the driver’s handbook. This DMV Practice Exam will prepare you to pass the written test for your learner’s license, or the knowledge exam to get your regular license (if you’re over 18 years old).
What is the Minimum Age to Take the TX DMV GDL course?
Texas has a Graduated Driver License (GDL) Program, which requires those under the age of 18 to first get a learner’s license, and then get a provisional license until they turn 18. You can start this process of getting your learner’s license anywhere between the ages of 15 to 18 years old – to get the learner’s license, you must pass a knowledge exam (also known as the permit test), a vision exam, and the non-driving portion of a driver’s education course.
How Many Questions Are on the Test?
The official permit test given by Texas has a total of 30 questions, and requires a passing score of at least 80% – meaning you must correctly answer 24/30 questions to pass the exam.
Why Take the TX DMV Practice Exam?
A better question might be why NOT take the test? And it’ll let you know about how well you’ll do on the real test! If you score well, you know that you’ve got a good idea of the rules of the road – and if you don’t, then you know what you’ll need to study to prepare yourself. Extra practice like this can help you avoid failing and needing to do the unfortunate walk out of the DMV without your permit!
Don’t Forget Before You Get Your License
As you might’ve heard or learned, there are penalties for driving without car insurance! It is our legal responsibility as drivers to have liability coverage on our vehicle at all times, and there are a variety of types of coverage available at different prices. It’s also always a good idea to make sure you are getting the lowest insurance rate for your age.