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Michigan Permit Practice Test 4

Want to know what questions will be on the SOS Permit Test? Our MI Permit Practice Test is FREE, and has questions just like the ones on the real SOS test. Take this practice test now and get prepared.
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Preparing for the Michigan Teen Permit Practice Test

If you can pass our MI Permit practice test, you have a much higher chance of passing your real SOS permit test. Our practice test is designed to prepare you for the real thing.

How the MI Permit Practice Test Helps You Prepare

One of the most effective ways to prepare for a test is to take some practice attempts. That?s where our practice test comes in. It is a very handy tool that you can use to get familiar with the types of questions you will see on your real exam. If you want to have confidence and peace of mind on test day, consider taking this practice test every day up until your in-person exam. Take note of the questions that hold you up and find additional resources to help you study those areas. The attainment of your Michigan driving permit is only reached by comprehending everything you study.

If you are fully prepared to take your SOS permit test, you won't feel the butterflies on test day. Being fully prepared means you have studied not only this practice test, but also outside resources that deal with specific driving rules and situations. Getting your Michigan driving permit requires that you know how to react correctly in all of those specific driving situations and that you can correctly identify traffic signs and signals.

When you are able to repeatedly take the practice exam and score an 80% or better on every attempt, you should feel confident in passing your computerized test at the SOS. If you are struggling with certain questions or are worried about missing vital information, you should check out our blog and state-specific articles. The Michigan DMV Drivers handbook contains all information regarding speed limits, pavement markings and tips on how to be a defensive driver. You might also want to check out our MI Road Signs and Signals practice test for help in identifying the road signs that may come up on your SOS permit test.


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.
All of the following are authorized emergency vehicles, EXCEPT:
  • Ambulances.
  • Fire department vehicles.
  • Police vehicles.
  • Tow trucks.
  • School buses.
All of the following are tips to follow at an intersection, EXCEPT:
  • When entering an intersection at sunrise or sunset, use extra care as other drivers may have difficulty seeing you.
  • Be alert for hidden vehicles.
  • Go first whenever you are not sure what other drivers are going to do.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
All of the following are tips to help you drive safely, EXCEPT:
  • Practice defensive driving.
  • Be courteous to others.
  • Obey all traffic control devices and traffic laws.
  • Admire the scenery often as you drive, making sure to stare at beautiful things.
  • Be aware and keep alert.
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.