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Mississippi Driver's License Practice Test 5

Learn how to pass your Driver's License Test the first time! Try our FREE MS Driver's License Practice Test and get familiar with the types of driving questions found on the real DMV test, taken straight from the Mississippi manual.
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Mississippi Drivers License Practice Test Description

Obtaining Mississippi drivers license requires that you pass several written and driving tests. To guide you through the format and subject matter, take our DPS practice test several times. Our practice Mississippi drivers license test helps you gain the knowledge you need for success on the test and on the road.

How Our MS DPS Practice Test Helps You

Whether you're a new driver to the state or you need to renew a lapsed drivers license, you'll need to pass the Mississippi drivers license test in order to earn a Mississippi drivers license. While the exam isn't difficult, it will be tricky if you haven't first taken our practice quiz and thoroughly studied the information in the Mississippi driver's handbook. Before you head into the DPS, you can take our practice test several times.

When you take the Mississippi drivers license exam, you'll be given a selection of multiple-choice questions about the state's driving laws, road signs, traffic signals and regulations on safe operation of the vehicle. You may be asked questions such as the speed limit for residential streets or what to do if you're involved in an automobile accident. You'll find that all the required knowledge you need to have is in the Mississippi driver's handbook. Taking our practice test several times allows you to be exposed to a wide range of possible questions. Since our quiz is randomized, you'll get some new questions to test your knowledge each time you take it.

When you head into the DPS offices, your test will have 25 questions and you must answer 20 of them correctly in order to get your drivers license. Because the questions on your exam will be randomized and include so many different topics, taking our practice test several times will enhance your chances at passing the exam on your first try. You'll be able to fully concentrate during your exam because you'll already be familiar with the format of the questions and the subject matter. You may also want to take our Mississippi road signs and signals practice test because you'll have some questions related to these subjects as well.

Mississippi DPS Sample Test Questions

Before slowing down, turning, stopping, or changing lanes, a driver should signal continuously for at least how many feet?
  • 500
  • 300
  • 200
  • 150
  • 100
For a first DUI conviction, you may serve jail time for up to _____.
  • 10 days.
  • 48 hours.
  • 30 days.
  • 24 hours.
  • 1 year.
How many days do you have to present proof of your ability to pay any damages incurred in an accident?
  • 180
  • 90
  • 60
  • 30
  • 25
If traveling at 55 mph, you should follow the vehicle in front of you no closer than:
  • 100 feet
  • 200 feet
  • 300 feet
  • 400 feet
  • None of the answers listed.
If your license is suspended or revoked, you must pay a reinstatement fee of how much?
  • $325.00
  • $275.00
  • $200.00
  • $125.00
  • $100.00