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Florida Permit Practice Test 2

Take our FREE FL Permit Practice Test today! We offer unique, hand-written questions formed straight from the Florida Drivers manual to give you a better chance at passing your DMV Test.
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Florida Permit Practice Test

Ready to cruise the roads of the Sunshine State? Freedom can be yours in a snap with help from our FREE Florida permit practice test! Pass your learner license exam on the first try, all while studying on your own schedule, right from home. Our free online FL practice exam helps you target the topic that you need to study more and increase your memory retention, so you learn quicker and get your permit faster than studying the handbook alone.

Our free FL permit practice test includes 25 state-specific questions taken right out of your Florida driver's handbook. You’ll see real questions featured on the actual DMV exam, including questions on speed limits, right-of-way laws, intersections, traffic signs, sharing the roads, and more. The test’s multiple-choice format is the same structure as your actual FL permit test, so you can practice the experience of the exam while you study. Answer at least 20 questions correctly, and you’ll pass your practice test—miss any, and you’ll get instant feedback along with a complete review at the end showing which questions you should go back and review during your next study session. Since our Florida practice test is always FREE, you can take it again and again to track your improvement until you’re ready to tackle the real thing!

Florida Permit Practice Test FAQs:

What’s on the Florida permit knowledge test?

The Florida written knowledge test includes information covered within the Florida driver's handbook. You’ll need to know how to share the road with other vehicles and pedestrians, what to do in emergencies, the current Indiana traffic regulations, how to safely execute various types of turns, and more.

Does this practice test include the same questions I’ll see on the FLHSMV permit test?

Each question on our Florida permit practice test derives from the actual FLHSMV driver’s handbook. The information you’re studying is specific to Florida traffic regulations, which means the questions on your practice test are the same as what you can expect to see on your real permit exam. The FLHSMV 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 Florida driver’s license?

To earn your Florida driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old and complete a Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course. If you’re under 18 years old, you must acquire a learner’s license and hold it for at least 12 months while you practice driving, as well as complete at least 50 hours of behind-the-wheel driving practice, before you can take your road test for your Florida Class E 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 Florida roads in any way. The Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education course is required for all drivers, regardless of age. You must be fully prepared to pass both the written knowledge exam and the behind-the-wheel road test.

Florida DMV Sample Test Questions

A golf cart cannot be operated by anyone under the age of _______.
  • 14
  • 20
  • 18
  • 17
  • 33
How many "points" are assessed for a speeding violation of more than 15 mph over the speed limit?
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5
  • 6
How many hours does a sexual offender have to register at a driver's license office?
  • 48
  • 24
  • 72
  • 36
How much does it cost to get a "V" veterans designation on a driver's license, if you are a veteran?
  • It is free.
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
  • It depends on how long it has been since you served in the military.
If two vehicles arrive at a four-way stop at the same time, which driver gets the right-of-way?
  • The driver to the right.
  • The driver to the left
  • The driver of the bigger vehicle.
  • The least polite driver.