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Michigan Driver's License Practice Test 2

Take our FREE MI Driver's License Practice Test now! It's an online quiz with 25 unique questions, in-depth explanations, and instant test results. Be totally prepared for the Michigan DMV Driver's License test in no time!
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Michigan Drivers License Practice Test Description

To earn your Michigan drivers license, you must prove your driving ability by successfully completing several tests. Studying with our MI SOS practice test will help you pass with flying colors.

How Our MI SOS Practice Test Paves the Way

Whether you are a teen under the age of 18 pursuing your license through Michigan's graduated drivers license program or an adult following the more traditional route to licensure, you will need to pass a knowledge test and a road test. Both tests require a comprehensive understanding of the state's traffic laws, its road signs and general safe driving practices. While you can attend drivers education classes to learn this information, it is not necessary. The facts that you will need are readily available to everyone in the Michigan SOS Drivers Handbook Manual. Are you concerned that you might miss something important when reviewing the manual? Perhaps you have read it and now find yourself struggling to keep your facts straight. Take our MI SOS practice test for an honest assessment of what you have retained from your studies. Repeat the practice test as often as you like. Doing so is a fantastic way to review the material you need to know and build your confidence.

Because the SOS practice test mimics the actual test, you will also become comfortable with the testing format. This means you will be calmer and less likely to find nerves causing silly mistakes when you actually take the real Michigan drivers license test. One of the country's longer knowledge tests for aspiring drivers, the Michigan drivers license test boasts 50 questions. To pass, you must earn at least 80 percent, which requires selecting the right answer for a minimum of 40 questions.

Once you have completed the written test, you must tackle the road test. Administered by independent third-party examiners, the road test has two parts. The first part of the test is conducted on a closed course; the second, on-road portion evaluates your skills at driving on urban streets, expressways, rural highways and residential roads. Both sections of the driving assessment are designed to evaluate your ability to perform basic driving tasks safely and to apply the information about Michigan's traffic laws that was covered on the knowledge test appropriately. Once you have passed both the written and road tests, you will be considered qualified for a Michigan Driver's license.


A flashing yellow arrow indicates that you:
  • May proceed whenever you want.
  • Must stop immediately.
  • May turn left when there is no oncoming traffic.
  • May turn left before oncoming traffic.
  • Should slowly maneuver around oncoming traffic.
After driving through deep water, you should:
  • Pull over and check for water inside your car.
  • Pump your brakes slowly to test them and dry them off.
  • Flash high beams to alert oncoming cars to the water.
  • Turn from one side to the other to test power steering.
All of the following are clues you should look for when passing by parked vehicles, EXCEPT:
  • Exhaust coming from a tailpipe.
  • Whether the brake lights are on or off.
  • If there is a driver in the driver's seat.
  • The brand of the vehicle.
All of the following statements about traveling in roundabouts are true, EXCEPT:
  • Always stay to the right of the center island.
  • Do not stop within a roundabout unless it is the only way to safely avoid a collision or other danger.
  • Vehicles entering the roundabout have the right-of-way.
  • Avoid changing lanes in a multiple-lane roundabout.
  • Refrain from passing other vehicles, bicycles, and mopeds.
An orange triangle with red borders located on the back of a vehicle indicates:
  • To yield to it at all times.
  • To slow down.
  • That it's carrying hazardous materials.
  • Not to follow it, as it's a construction vehicle.