Michigan has one of the longest written exams in the country. There are 50 questions you must answer to get your Michigan driver’s license. Not only is that a lot, but there is a lot more to getting your license than passing the written test. Our list of resources below will help you learn what you need to know and to do what it takes to keep your license.
Teen Permit Test
If you’re learning to drive for the first time, no matter how old you are, then the Michigan permit practice test is for you. You need to get the permit first before you can get your Michigan driver’s license, and you do have to go through this if you’ve never had a license before.
Renewing Driver’s License Test
Unless your Michigan driver’s license has been expired for over four years, then you do not need to take the Michigan driver’s license renewal test.
New to State Driver’s License Test
If you are new to the state of Michigan, and your old license has not been expired for more than a year, then you do not need to take the Michigan new-to-state driver’s license. You also don’t need to take it if the license from your previous state is still valid.
State Driving Manual / Handbook
Without the Michigan driving manual, there’s not much chance that will answer the 40 of the 50 questions needed to pass the written exam, let alone get through the road test or any other test. You ought to read the handbook at least once, since it contains everything that could possibly show up on the test. Click the link to download the latest version.
Road Signs Practice Test
Road signs may seem like the easiest thing to study, but they do show up at every aspect of getting your Michigan driver’s license, and you don’t want to fail because you missed too many road sign questions. Take the Michigan road signs practice test to make sure that you actually know all the road signs.
Michigan Driver’s License Blog Posts
We also have our daily driver blog that publishes posts about preparing for the test, safe driving, and current driving laws. Below are a few links we recommend reading so that you are not only prepared to take the driver’s license test, but also prepared to drive with your license in the state: