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Missouri Permit Practice Test 5

Your Permit Test is coming up, and we're here to help you pass! Study by taking our QUICK and FREE MO Permit Practice Test. Just answer 25 multiple choice questions, and receive detailed answers directly from the manual.
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Preparing for the Missouri Teen Permit Practice Test

Our MO Permit practice test is a great tool to be used for studying to pass your DOR permit test. You will feel more prepared after repeated attempts of this practice exam.

How the MO Permit Practice Test Helps You Prepare

You will need to study a wide range of driving information before you are able to get your Missouri driving permit. The DOR permit test isn't very intimidating if you come prepared, so use this practice test to ease your worries and take home your permit the first time. This test picks 25 questions out of our question pool, so each time you take it you will face a new set of questions. Therefore, it is recommended that you keep retaking this practice test until you feel well-versed in all of the information.

This particular practice test will quiz you on different driving situations and rules, which makes up a good part of the Missouri teen permit test. In addition, you will need to consult other resources on our site to take in every bit of information needed to pass your exam. Another practice test you will want to look at is our MO Road Signs and Signals practice test. This practice test will help you to correctly identify all of the road signs that may come up on your test. Being able to answer the questions on both practice tests with no problems ensures that you are ready to take home your Missouri driving permit.

Another great resource to look at is the Missouri DOR Drivers handbook, which contains most of the information you will need for your exam. It is a comprehensive guide that tells you everything you need to know about driving in Missouri. Missing one area of study can cause you to answer five or more questions incorrectly and fail, so it would be wise to go through this manual and make sure you have covered all of the big headings to ensure you don't get surprised by anything on test day.


A green arrow on the lane control signals indicates:
  • The lane is fast lane.
  • The lane is safe to use.
  • The lane is the only lane that can be used.
  • The lane is closed.
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.
At what age regardless of weight and height should a child always be secured in a car seat?
  • Age 3.
  • Age 2.
  • Age 4.
  • Age 5.
Children weighing less than how many pounds are required to be in a restrained child passenger restraint system?
  • 40 pounds.
  • 45 pounds.
  • 50 pounds.
  • 35 pounds.
  • 30 pounds.
For a used vehicle bought out of state you need a ____________ or a reassigned title from the dealer to register it in Missouri.
  • You need a odometer reading.
  • A properly signed title.
  • You need a tune up for the car.
  • The car needs to have smog check.