Gear up to Get Your Delaware Driving Permit
Before you're able to drive on your own, you need a Delaware teen permit while you work on your driving skills. Nail your DMV permit test and get on the road right away with a practice test.
Why do You Need a Permit?
In most states, driving without a license or permit will land you in hot water. Delaware is no exception, but you won't be the only one who pays. Your parents will face fines and possible jail time if you don't follow the law. Learning your rights and responsibilities is one of the most important steps in obtaining a permit.
Teens in Delaware have more obligations to fulfill than those who live elsewhere, but ultimately you will wind up being safer and more secure on the road. It also means that you'll need to complete a recognized driver's course before you take your permit test, giving you plenty of time to practice.
The first step is obtaining the Delaware driver's handbook and checking out the special provisions relating to teen permits. Once you have information on the rules and regulations of the road and your obligations as a driver, you'll be primed for DE permit practice test drills.
Our system mimics the same permit test you'll take at the DE DMV. It will randomly select 30 multiple choice questions on driving and driving laws. You can take the practice test over and over, getting a feel for the information you might see on the real thing. You'll also get used to the process, helping you to stay comfortable on your testing day. It's especially helpful for those who struggle with test taking or who didn't feel they were fully prepared by the driver's course.
Getting things right the first time is important because failing the DE permit practice exam means you'll have to wait another 10 days to take it again. You've taken your driving class, so don't waste any time getting on the road. Use our practice tests to ensure you pass your permit test the first time around.