Hawaii Permit Practice Test
Getting your Hawaii learner’s permit is a huge step, and we know it can be intimidating—but not when you study with our FREE online practice test! Give yourself the best chance of passing your Hawaii permit test on your very first try. Our test includes state-specific sample questions and answers created right from your state driver’s handbook—just like the DMV uses for your actual permit exam.
Our free online Hawaii permit practice test features 25 multiple-choice questions, quizzing you on everything from road signs to speed limits to passing rules and more. The format is the same as your DMV permit test, so you can practice the experience of taking the real thing, right from home! You’ll get feedback in real time, so you can know precisely whether you’re answering correctly or not. Any questions you missed will be flagged and gathered into a review so you know just which parts of the Hawaii driver handbook you’ll want to go back and study. The best part—this Hawaii practice test is completely free, so you can retake it as many times as you need to see how you’re progressing. Once you ace your practice test, you’ll know you’re ready to ace that DMV permit exam, too!
Hawaii Permit Practice Test FAQs:
What’s on the Hawaii permit knowledge test?
The Hawaii written knowledge test features information pulled directly from your Hawaii DMV driver’s handbook. Be prepared to answer questions on traffic laws and speed limits, sharing the road, right-of-way regulations, traffic signs, and more.
What is the difference between a Hawaii permit test and a license exam?
The Hawaii permit test is the written knowledge test you’ll take to earn your permit. However, depending on when you apply for your first driver’s license, the written exam could also double as your driver’s license knowledge test—adults 18 and older aren’t required to first hold a permit in Hawaii, though you MUST get one if you want to practice driving at all before your road test.
Your main license exam is your behind-the-wheel road test—all Hawaii drivers must pass this skills test to earn a full driver’s license in the state.
How do I earn my Hawaii driver’s license?
To earn your Hawaii driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old. If you’re under 18 years old, you must also first complete an approved Driver’s Ed course and earn an instruction permit before taking your road test for your driver’s license. You must hold your permit for at least 6 months while you complete your required supervised driving practice.
if you’re 18 or older, an instruction permit is optional, but one is required if you wish to practice driving in any way before taking your practical road skills exam to earn your full driver’s license.