Georgia Learner’s Permit Practice Test
Ready to experience Georgia’s beautiful open roads all on your own? Then it’s time to start studying hard for your GA permit exam, and our FREE online Georgia permit practice test is here to help. Using real sample questions and answers straight from the Georgia DDS, you’ll have the most accurate and proven prep tools you need to ace your permit exam. Plus, we ensure our materials are reviewed regularly so that you’re only studying the most up-to-date information on Georgia’s driving laws and regulations.
Our free GA permit practice test includes 25 multiple-choice questions—the same format you can expect on your real permit exam. You need to answer at least 20 questions correctly to pass this quiz. You’ll always know exactly how you’re doing, since we provide instant feedback as you go, along with explanations of each answer. Any questions you miss will be gathered at the end for you to review so you can strategize how you continue your studying. And since this test is completely free and always available online, you can retake it as many times as you need to feel ready for your Georgia permit exam.
Georgia Permit Practice Test FAQs:
What’s the best way to pass my Georgia permit exam?
The best way to ensure you pass your GA permit test with flying colors is to attack your studying in two ways: by thoroughly and regularly reviewing the Georgia driver’s handbook, and then quizzing yourself on what you’ve learned using our free practice test.
How accurate is this GA practice test?
Our free Georgia permit practice test pulls information directly from the most recent version of the GA driver’s handbook, which is updated annually with the latest laws and regulations. The info we give you to study is the exact same info the DDS uses to create your permit exam.
How do I earn my Georgia driver’s license?
To earn your Georgia driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old. All drivers under 18 years old must first complete a driver education program in accordance with Joshua’s Law, as well as an alcohol awareness course. You must first acquire a learner’s permit and hold it for at least 1 year and 1 day before you can take the road test for your provisional license. During your permit phase, you must complete 40 hours of supervised driving practice.
If you’re 18 years old or older, but you’ve never been licensed before, you have the option of either taking both the knowledge test and behind-the-wheel test on the same day for your Class C license or acquiring a learner’s permit first so you can practice driving before the road test. You won’t have any required holding periods for the permit.