Arizona Permit Practice Test
Before you can hit the open roads of the Grand Canyon State, you’ll first need to earn your Arizona permit. Why not give yourself a head start? Our FREE Arizona permit practice test has everything you need to prep yourself to pass your permit exam on the first try. You can quiz yourself anywhere, anytime with your online practice exam, studying at your own pace and on your own schedule.
Our experts designed your free online practice test to mimic the format of the actual ADOT permit test, with 25 multiple-choice questions pulled right from the Arizona driver’s manual. You’ll be studying the most up-to-date, accurate information with detailed explanations to further your learning and immediate feedback if you get a question wrong. You can review any missed answers at the end, with directions on where to find more info to better target where you need more work before you attempt your permit test with the Arizona DOT. And since this practice test is FREE, you can retake it as many times as you need to feel fully prepared!
Arizona Permit Practice Test FAQs:
What’s on the Arizona permit knowledge test?
The Arizona written knowledge test will cover topics found in your Arizona driver’s handbook. This includes state traffic laws, like speed limits; right-of-way rules and how to share the road; laws when encountering emergency vehicles; road signs and pavement markings; and more.
Does this practice test include the same questions I’ll see on the DOT permit test?
Our Arizona permit practice test is created using information straight out of the ADOT driver’s handbook, which is specific to Arizona traffic regulations. The questions on your practice test are the same as what you can expect to see on your DOT permit exam. The Arizona DOT often switches up its exact questions from year to year, but the information you’re tested on doesn’t change.
How do I earn my Arizona driver’s license?
To earn your Arizona driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old. If you’re under 18 years old, you must acquire a learner’s permit and hold it for at least 6 months while you practice driving. If you complete an approved driver education course, you don’t need to take a road test—if you opt out of Driver’s Ed, you must take a road test for your Arizona license.
if you’re 18 or older, a learner’s permit is optional to obtain your license, but it’s required if you plan to practice driving on Arizona roads in any way. You must be fully prepared to pass both the written knowledge exam and the behind-the-wheel road test.