Pennsylvania Permit Practice Test
Ready to start practicing with your Pennsylvania learner’s permit? We’ll help you get there quickly and easily with our FREE PA permit practice test. Using up-to-date and state-specific materials, we’ll quiz you on all of the essential topics you can expect to see on your PennDOT permit exam. You’ll get real sample questions and answers right out of the state driving laws and driver’s handbook, including those on speed limits, passing laws, right-of-way rules, road signs, and more.
With our free PA permit practice test, you’ll get 25 multiple-choice questions, of which you must answer 20 correctly to pass. Your test experience includes real-time feedback, instant results, detailed explanations of each answer, and a thorough review at the end that shows your overall results and highlights which areas you need to study more. We always offer this test for free, so you can use it to track your improvement and retest yourself whenever you want until you feel completely confident to ace that PennDOT permit exam on the very first try.
Pennsylvania Permit Practice Test FAQs:
What should I expect on the Pennsylvania permit test?
The Pennsylvania permit exam includes questions on PA vehicle laws and driving regulations that you can find in the driver’s handbook. You’ll have 60 minutes to complete your test. If you fail, you’ll need to wait at least 3 days before you can test again, and you can test up to 6 times within a 1-year period before you’d need to wait a full year before retesting.
Is this free Pennsylvania practice test accurate?
Yes, this free permit practice test includes up-to-date and regularly reviewed
info pulled directly from the most recent PennDOT driver handbook.
How do I earn my Pennsylvania driver’s license?
To earn your Pennsylvania driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old and first acquire a learner’s permit (regardless of your age). For teen applicants under 18 years old, you must hold your permit for at least 6 months and also complete a state-approved driver’s education course along with at least 65 hours of supervised driving practice. All drivers must pass a behind-the-wheel skills test to earn a full Pennsylvania driver’s license.