Utah Drivers License Practice Test Description
Before you can get your Utah drivers license, you need to pass not only a road test but also a couple of written tests. Taking a UT DLD practice test is the best way to ensure you'll do well on the tests.
What the DLD Practice Test Can Do for You
Have you ever taken a test and wished you'd had an idea as to what was on the test? If so, you can appreciate what taking a UT DLD practice test can do for you. The practice tests don't guarantee that you'll automatically pass the regular Utah drivers license test the first time, but they sure increase your odds. Taking our practice tests can give you a general idea of what to expect as far as driving topics. Before you can get a UT drivers license, you'll have to pass a written test, a road signs and signals test and a road test. The more times you take the DLD practice test, the better prepared you'll be.
We even offer the Utah DLD Handbook, which can help you study for the practice tests. You can take the practice tests over and over until you're confident that you know everything you need to know. You'll learn about speed limits, proper use of headlights, driving license requirements, correct backing, DUI laws, yielding right-of-way and more. The practice test consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. You have as much time as you need to take the test, and you can do at your leisure any place where you have Internet access. You must pass the test with a score of at least 80 percent. The tests ask the same type of questions you'll have when you go to get your actual Utah drivers license.
One of the most beneficial features of the DLD practice test is that you immediately know if your answer is correct. It also tells you where to look for that topic in the Utah DLD handbook, which is a great tool for learning about Utah driving laws or brushing up on your knowledge of Utah driving techniques. We also offer practice tests for CDL drivers license, motorcycle drivers license, driving permits and even Utah road signs and signals.