DOT Practice Tests
Ace your DOT exam with flying colors when you prepare with a FREE online practice test. We’ll help you learn the topics you need to know quickly and easily with our intuitive format that mimics that of the state DOT exam. Choose the test that meets your specific needs—study for your state driver’s license, instruction permit, motorcycle endorsement, or commercial driver’s license from the comfort of wherever you are, on your own schedule, as often as you need.
Our free DOT practice tests cover material pulled directly from your state’s driver manual, with the topics that most frequently show up on your DOT license exam. Over 25 multiple-choice you’ll review information that is specific to the license type you are applying for, including motorcycle endorsements, commercial licenses, standard and REAL ID licenses, and even specific CDL endorsements like air brakes or tankers.
The multiple-choice format prepares you not only for the topics you’ll need to know, but also the format of the exam you’ll take at the DOT licensing office. You’ll need to answer 20 of the 25 questions correctly to score a passing grade of at least 80%, but you’re never left in a lurch—we gather any questions you missed for you to review at the end of your test and retake as many times as necessary until those topics are memorized, too. Even if you answer all 25 questions correctly, it’s smart to retake your online practice test multiple times to ensure your recall of the information… and since it’s completely free, why not?
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DOT Practice Test FAQs:
The DOT knowledge and road tests are comprised of your state’s traffic laws and safe driving measures—all information that can be found in your state’s driving handbook. You’ll be quizzed on obeying speed limits, following traffic signals, safely maneuvering your car while sharing the road, and other topics.
To earn your driver’s license, you must pass a knowledge exam and a behind-the-wheel road test. In most states, you must also first earn an instruction permit and practice driving before taking your road test.
You should take a free practice test that focuses on the type of license exam you’re taking, such as a standard driver’s license practice test, a motorcycle DOT practice exam, or a CDL practice test for commercial drivers.