Missouri Teen Permit Practice Test Description
In order to earn your Missouri driving permit, you must first pass a number of tests. The best way to ensure that you pass the Missouri DOR permit test the first time around is by taking our MO Permit practice test multiple times. Practicing with our practice tests will help you become a safe, young driver.
How Our MO Permit Practice Test Helps You
One of the most exciting milestones as a teenager is receiving a driving permit. However, you must first pass a road sign test and written test administered by the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Driver Examination Division. This test is not very hard, but you may find some of the questions can be tricky, especially if you did not study the test material beforehand. Taking our practice tests multiple times will help you pass the road sign and written tests.
Our practice tests concentrate on the road rules portion of the written test, which includes questions about how to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning while driving, the consequences of failing to appear in court for unpaid fines, how to drive in foggy conditions and other road rules. Missouri administers the test to make sure that you know how to drive safely before you are allowed to operate an automobile. Our practice tests will help you become familiar with these rules.
Our practice test will help prepare you for the testing environment and the testing content for the DOR permit test. You will have to answer at least 20 questions out of 25 correctly, with a score of 80 percent or better to pass. You will need to take our practice test multiple times because the questions are randomized. Taking the test multiple times will ensure that you will see all the possible questions on the actual test. If you would like to brush up on your knowledge of state road signs, we also offer a practice road signs test. You can also find all the information you need to know to pass the Missouri driving permit test in the Missouri DOR Driver's Handbook Manual.