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Minnesota Driver's License Practice Test

This FREE MN Driver's License Practice Test shows you what kind of questions to expect on your Minnesota Driver's License Test. The online test is quick, free, and gives you immediate results backed by detailed explanations.
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Minnesota Drivers License Practice Test Description

To obtain a Minnesota drivers license, individuals must demonstrate their driving abilities by passing tests. Our DVS practice test makes this process easier by helping you prepare effectively.

Get Ready to Earn Your Minnesota Drivers License with Our MN DVS Practice Test

Whether you are a brand-new driver or merely new to Minnesota, you will need to pass a knowledge test to receive your Minnesota drivers license. Designed to assess your ability to drive safely, the test evaluates your knowledge of the state's traffic laws. What is the best way to prepare? We recommend that you read the Minnesota DVS Driver's Handbook Manual and then review the information you have learned with our DVS practice test. If you're struggling to keep the various road signs straight, strengthen your skills with our MN Road Signs and Signals practice test. Take these practice tests as many times as you need to until you feel certain of your understanding of the information and comfortable with the test format, which mimics that of the official Minnesota drivers license test. Your hard work will pay off with increased confidence that will make your actual testing experience go more smoothly.

The Minnesota drivers license test is administered at driver's examination stations scattered throughout the state. Offered in either paper or computer format, it consists of 40 questions about traffic laws and road signs. Questions are a mix of multiple choice and true or false. To earn a passing score of 80 percent, you must answer a minimum of 32 questions correctly.

Any person who has never had a United States drivers license will also be required to pass a two-part road test. Individuals who allowed their license to expire may also need to complete it. After studying with our MN DVS practice test, this information should be fresh in your mind, allowing you to perform well under the inevitable pressure of testing. More importantly, having this information firmly in your mind will enable you to be a safer driver once you have received your drivers license.


A vehicle with a glass windshield ______________.
  • Must be equipped with wipers and window defrosters that are maintained in good condition.
  • Can be equipped with wipers and window defrosters, but it is unnecessary to everyday operation.
  • Does not need any extra additions.
  • None of the listed answers.
A yellow pentagon-shaped sign is used to indicate:
  • School Zone or School Crossing.
  • Railroad Crossing.
  • No Passing Zone.
  • Yield.
  • Animal Crossing.
After becoming a resident, you must register your vehicle in Minnesota before how much time has passed?
  • 7 days.
  • 30 days.
  • 60 days.
  • 180 days.
  • Registrations from other states are honored automatically.
Electronic signs on highways typically indicate which of the following:
  • Traffic crashes ahead.
  • Change in traffic conditions.
  • AMBER alerts.
  • All listed items are correct.
How old must you be to drive a recreational vehicle combination?
  • 15 years old.
  • 16 years old.
  • 18 years old.
  • 21 years old.
  • None of the listed answers.