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Mississippi Driver's License Practice Test

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

Before you can receive your Mississippi drivers license, you will need to pass a written test. Our DPS practice test will help prepare you for the topics you'll see on the Mississippi drivers license test.

How Our MS DPS Practice Test Helps You

Earning a driver's license is often the first step towards achieving true independence and will be one of the major milestones in your life. However, you will need to pass a written knowledge test and an on-road driving test before you can be given your first driver's license. The written test is not hard, but the questions are easier to answer when you've studied. Taking our MS DPS practice test multiple times will be the best way for you to learn the tricks involved in acing the test.

Our DPS practice test will focus on topics that you will need to know for the written exam. You can expect to be quizzed on matters such as the effect of alcohol on reaction times, how to make a left turn, interstate driving practices and other safe driving knowledge and techniques. Our practice tests provide instant feedback and answer explanations to help you learn quickly from your mistakes. You will need to understand these rules not only to pass the written exam but also to be a safe driver on the roads. Our practice test and the official Mississippi drivers license test make sure that you understand these rules thoroughly before getting behind the wheel.

After having taken our practice tests multiple times, you can feel confident when you go in for the actual exam. To pass the Mississippi drivers license test, you will need to correctly answer at least 24 questions out of 30 with a score of 80 percent or higher to pass. If you wish to get more practice at recognizing road signs and signals, you can take our Road Signs and Signals Practice Test. You can find all the information you need to know to pass the test in the Mississippi Driver's Manual.

Mississippi DPS Sample Test Questions

A good, working horn should be heard from how many feet away?
  • 900 ft.
  • 500 ft.
  • 200 ft.
  • It doesn't matter.
  • 350 ft.
According to Nathan's Law, a driver behind a school bus must come to a complete stop of how many feet when the school bus has its flashing red lights on?
  • 20 ft.
  • 50 ft.
  • 10 ft.
  • 2 ft.
Before slowing down, turning, stopping, or changing lanes, a driver should signal continuously for at least how many feet?
  • 500
  • 300
  • 200
  • 150
  • 100
If you are confused about how to get on an interstate you should _____.
  • Take a wild guess.
  • Follow everyone else.
  • Pull over and look for the correct route.
  • None of the listed answers.
If you received your learner's permit at 14. It is not valid after ______.
  • You turn 15.
  • You turn 16.
  • You turn 17.
  • None of the listed answers.