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Missouri Permit Practice Test

Pass the Missouri DOR Permit Test on your very first try! Take our FREE Permit Practice Test for the ultimate test preparation. Our Practice Test has 25 multiple choice questions, real scenarios, and gives immediate feedback.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Missouri Teen Permit Practice Test Description

As you can now obtain a Missouri driving permit, you must know that there are a few tests you need to pass beforehand. Taking our MO permit practice test will greatly increase your odds of success.

Benefits of Taking the MO Permit Practice Test

Knowing that you are now of the age where driving is right around the corner is a wonderful feeling. However, there are a few roadblocks that will pop up before you are allowed to carry a Missouri teen permit. These roadblocks take the shape of multiple tests that you must successfully pass if you are to be given a permit. There are two tests in total, a written examination and one on driving skills. While the driving skills test may seem daunting to you, the written examination is just as important and includes a rules of the road portion and a traffic signs portion. The rules of the road portion of the written exam is what our MO permit practice test is designed to emulate and can help you pass.

The DOR permit test contains 25 questions based on the Missouri rules of the road. These questions will be posed to you in multiple choice format, the same as on our practice test. The practice test has been created as a means of providing you with the type of testing experience you will face on exam day as well as similar questions. These questions involve a wide range of different driving rules such as what to do when you encounter a funeral procession and the exact location in which your left hand should be placed on the steering wheel. All of this information can be found directly in the Missouri Department of Revenue Driver Guide.

The test requires that you answer 20 of the 25 questions correctly in order to pass, the same amount as on the DOR permit test. Even if you find that you have failed your first attempt, you can take this practice quiz as many times as you need to feel confident in your ability to pass the final test. Our Missouri Road Signs and Signals Practice Test is also another useful source for preparation.

Examples

All of the followings are examples of what you should do in a situation of tailgating, except:
  • Slow down, because it's better to be tailgated at low speed than high speed.
  • Avoid sudden turns or stops and signal in advance.
  • Flash your taillights or brake lights at the tailgater.
  • Increase the distance between you and the vehicle that's tailgating you.
  • Both flash your taillights or brake lights at the tailgater and increase the distance between you and the vehicle that's tailgating you.
An Ignition Interlock Device (IID) is a device that requires a person who has been convicted of a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) infraction, to blow into and monitor the concentration of alcohol in the operator's breath in order to drive a vehicle. Missouri state law requires an operator who has had their license reinstated from a DWI conviction to maintain an IID in their vehicle, at the operator's expense, for a minimum of _____ from the reinstatement date of their license, and with no additional DWI infractions within this time.
  • 6 months
  • 1 year
  • 2 years
  • 5 years
  • None of the answers listed.
How often should you check your rearview mirrors while driving?
  • Every few seconds.
  • Whenever you feel like it.
  • Every 30 seconds.
  • Once every hour.
If there are multiple left turn lanes and you are turning from the left side where should you turn into?
  • The left lane.
  • The right lane.
  • It doesn't matter
  • All of the answers listed.
  • None of the answers listed.
If you are convicted for driving while your license is suspended how long will your license be revoked for?
  • 6 months.
  • 1 month.
  • 9 months.
  • 12 months.
  • 18 months.