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Texas Permit Practice Test

Pass the Texas DPS Permit Test on your very first try! Take our FREE Permit Practice Test for the ultimate test preparation. Our Practice Test has 25 multiple choice questions, real scenarios, and gives immediate feedback.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

A Texas Driving Permit Lets Teens Drive Safely

Don't be anxious about taking the test for your Texas driving permit. You can get your license before your peers do and ensure that you pass the test with our practice tests.

Are You Ready to Take Your DPS Permit Test?

Texas uses a Graduated Driver License program, or GDL, which requires that teens get a permit and meet a series of other requirements before driving on the road without an adult. All drivers under the age of 18 must pass a driver education program approved by the state. These programs consist of 32 hours of instruction in the classroom and some real-world driving experience. Those who are under the age of 24 must also complete one of those approved programs before getting a full license.

One of the best ways to prepare yourself for the teen permit test is with a TX permit practice test. Would you walk into school, sit down and take a test without studying first? Think about the permit test as any other class you have to take. The more you prepare yourself in advance, the better your chances are of passing that test with a great score.

Our TX permit practice test consists of 20 different multiple choice questions. If you aren't sure of an answer and don't want to risk getting the question wrong, you can skip that question and go on to the next one. A passing grade on the Texas driving permit test is 80 percent, which equates to 16 correct answers. We give you unlimited access to the test, which means that you can take the test as many times as you need until you feel comfortable.

While the DPS permit test used by the state is only available to those sitting in for the test, you can still get a handle on the types of questions found on that test with our practice test. We use reports from former test takers and information found in the Texas Driver's Handbook to create our tests. If you read that book and pay attention in your driving course, you'll then realize that our tests are a snap. Take our practice tests as part of your preparations for the Texas teen permit test.

Examples

A hearing impaired driver or bicyclist may display:
  • A white flag with a red ear and circle with slash.
  • A red flag with a white ear and circle with slash.
  • An American flag.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
A round yellow sign with an X symbol on it indicates:
  • A railroad crossing.
  • An upcoming intersection.
  • A no-passing zone.
  • Do not enter.
Bicyclists are required to ride:
  • As far to the right in the lane as possible when safe.
  • As far to the left in the lane as possible.
  • In the middle of the lane.
  • Anywhere they want to.
Bicyclists should not:
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • Carry more than the number of individuals the bike is designated for.
  • Ride opposite the flow of traffic.
  • Attach the bicycle or person to a moving streetcar.
  • Carry any package or bundle which prevents the rider from keeping at least one hand on the handlebars.
Compared to when your car is stationary, a driver traveling at 60 mph has his field of vision reduced to:
  • 20%.
  • 75%.
  • 50%.
  • 25%.
  • 10%.