Arkansas Permit Practice Test
Earn your Arkansas driver’s permit in a flash! Our free Arkansas permit practice test helps you quickly and efficiently build your knowledge, using real questions and answers from the DPS to prepare you for your permit exam. Study the most up-to-date and accurate information via expertly designed study tools proven to keep you engaged in your exam and help you remember what you’ve learned.
This free AR permit practice test features 25 multiple-choice questions and answers built with the same format that the DPS uses for your actual permit exam. You’ll pass by answering 20 questions correctly, and real-time feedback lets you know which questions you’ve missed as you progress. You’ll also get a round-up of missed questions at the end, with full explanations for each answer that show you precisely which topics you need to go back to and study more. And since our Arkansas practice test is always free, you can take it over and over to feel fully prepared before you schedule your DPS permit exam.
Arkansas Permit Practice Test FAQs:
What questions are on the Arkansas permit test?
The Arkansas DPS written permit test features questions based on topics found within the DPS driver’s manual. Expect to answer questions on sharing the road, following distances, speed limits, pavement markings, and more.
What’s the difference between an AR permit test and an AR license test?
Both the permit and licensing test in Arkansas refer to the written knowledge exam you have to pass before earning your credential. Your age when you take this test determines whether it’s technically a permit or a licensing exam. Teens are required to earn a permit first, whereas adults 18 and up can take this knowledge test (along with a behind-the-wheel road exam) and earn their full Class D license. However, if you want to practice driving in any way before your road test, you’ll need a permit to do so.
How do I earn my Arkansas instruction permit?
To earn your Wisconsin instruction permit, you must be at least 14 years old and pass a written general knowledge exam on Arkansas traffic laws. You’ll need to hold your permit for 6 months before you can take the road test and earn your intermediate driver’s license in Arkansas. If you’re an adult earning your first driver’s license, an instruction permit is required if you plan to do any driving practice before your road test.