Montana Permit Practice Test
The open roads of Big Sky Country are calling, and you’re just one test away from having the freedom to cruise them. We’ll help you pass your MT permit exam on your first try with our FREE online Montana permit practice test. You’ll get accurate, up-to-date, and state-specific study tools designed to help you learn quickly and efficiently, covering everything from Montana following rules and right-of-way laws to traffic signs, pavement markings, and more.
Designed uniquely for Montana drivers, our free online MT permit practice test features 25 multiple-choice questions (just like the structure of the Montana MVD permit exam) pulled straight from the state’s driver handbook. We regularly review our quiz to ensure the material you’re studying is accurate and up-to-date. Our free practice test includes real-time feedback with detailed explanations for each answer. The end of your test includes a comprehensive review that helps you determine which areas of study you should dive into further. And since we never charge for this practice test, come back and retake it as many times as you want before your permit exam!
Montana Permit Practice Test FAQs:
How many times can I take the Montana permit test?
The Montana MVD allows you to take the license test up to three times in one year. If you don’t pass after three attempts, you must start the licensing process over.
What questions are on the Montana permit test?
The Montana permit test includes questions on the topics found within the MT driver’s manual. Expect to see questions on traffic signs and signals, pavement markings, parking regulations, right-of-way laws, and more.
How do I earn my Montana driver’s license?
To earn your Montana driver’s license, you’ll first need to pass a written knowledge test and a behind-the-wheel driving test. If you’re under 18 years old, you must also complete a driver’s education course and earn a learner license. You must hold your learner license at least 6 months and complete at least 50 hours of supervised behind-the-wheel driving practice before taking your road test for your first-year restricted license.