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New Mexico Permit Practice Test 2

Take our FREE NM Permit Practice Test today! We offer unique, hand-written questions formed straight from the New Mexico Drivers manual to give you a better chance at passing your DMV Test.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

New Mexico Driving Permit Strategies that Work

Practice leads you to impressive results on any test, including the New Mexico teen permit exam. Calm your nerves with practice tests that truly show the exam's true colors.

Pass the New Mexico MVD Permit Test by Practicing Hard

Nothing is more thrilling than receiving your first driver's license and striking out on the open road. This privilege isn't without its challenges. New Mexico has a three-tier system to help you climb toward an official license when you're 18 years old. When you're 15 years old, you need to pass a written exam to even have a chance to practice behind the wheel. Our NM permit practice test gives you the edge over other applicants by familiarizing yourself with topics and question formats. You may be amazed at the simplicity of the questions, but they can still trip you up when nervousness and unfamiliar surroundings affect your concentration.

The rules of the road are vast and complicated at times. Take a look at this blog just to understand the technicalities behind moving during a provisional license period. However, most driving questions are straightforward, gearing subjects toward turning laws, speed limits and road courtesy. Our practice quizzes allow these subjects to move from the short-term to long-term memory, giving you a chance to apply the information on the road as necessary. Safe driving depends on accurate knowledge and quick reflexes to keep everyone driving to their destination. For parents struggling with their teen's newfound freedom, read over this blog to feel more comfortable about the entire situation. New Mexico's tiered system provides the baby steps necessary to keep every son and daughter safe on the road, especially with help from our practice tests.

Test day is a breeze when you concentrate on practicing repeatedly in the weeks before. Take a test every day, for example, to really see the full scope of questions possible. The questions may be slightly different between all tests, but the subject matter is your main concern. From road sign recognition to out-of-state regulations, simply understand the basics and learn to manipulate the questions to make sense in your mind. Even if a question is worded differently than you've seen before, the core content remains the same. Our practice quizzes are available at any time to get you comfortable for the big test.

Examples

A car or motorcycle needs how much of a lane to operate safely?
  • An entire lane.
  • Half of a lane.
  • One third of a lane.
  • Two lanes.
  • None of the answers listed.
Alcohol is involved in how many of all fatal accidents?
  • 10%.
  • 20%.
  • 30%.
  • 40%.
  • 50%.
Everyone who operates a motor vehicle in New Mexico must have which type of insurance policy?
  • Motor vehicle liability insurance policy.
  • Life insurance policy.
  • Homeowners insurance policy.
  • Health insurance policy.
How fast can you travel while passing on your motorcycle?
  • Only as fast as the posted speed limit.
  • As fast as you want, to overtake the vehicle, for a maximum of 10 seconds.
  • 5 miles per hour above the speed limit.
  • 10 miles per hour above the speed limit.
  • 15 miles per hour about the speed limit.
How should you handle blind intersections as a motorcycle rider?
  • Honk your horn to warn traffic you are there.
  • Treat them like any other intersection.
  • Stop your vehicle, then move forward and lean your body forward to check for traffic.
  • Flash your lights to warn traffic you are there.
  • Stay stopped until you see a larger vehicle proceed.