Washington Permit Practice Test
Don’t leave your Washington permit test to chance—study hard and give yourself the best opportunity to ace it on your first try! Our free online WA permit practice test has the expertly designed tools you need to study more efficiently, learn more quickly, and start practicing with your hard-earned Washington driver’s permit.
You’ll benefit from the most up-to-date and accurate information straight from the Washington Department of Licensing. Our test features 25 multiple-choice questions that are state-specific and cover topics central to the DOL permit exam, such as speed limits, traffic signs, sharing the road, right-of-way laws, and more. Instead of wondering how you’re doing, you’ll get real-time feedback and detailed answers that point you directly to the chapter where you can find more information on the question’s topic. Any questions that you miss will be pointed out at the end of your practice test, so you can see which topics you know well and which ones you need to study further. That’s why we make our practice test completely free—so you can come back and retest yourself as you continue to learn. That way, you’ll know exactly when you’ve mastered everything you need to know to be a safe and responsible Washington driver.
Washington Permit Practice Test FAQs:
What questions are on the Washington permit knowledge test?
The Washington written knowledge test features 40 questions that will cover all topics found in the Washington DOL driver’s handbook. Expect to see questions on speed limits, construction zones, passenger and seat belt laws, emergency vehicles, and more.
Does this Washington permit practice test have the same questions as the real DOL exam?
Our Washington permit practice test includes questions on the most up-to-date Washington driving laws pulled directly from the WA driver’s handbook—the very same document that the DOL uses to create its official permit exam.
How do I earn my Washington driver’s license?
To earn your Washington State driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old. If you’re under 18 years old, you must acquire a learner’s permit and hold it for at least 6 months while you practice driving, as well as complete a driver education course, before you can take your road test for your Washington license.
if you’re 18 or older, a learner’s permit is optional to obtain your license, but it’s required if you plan to practice driving on Washington roads in any way. You must be fully prepared to pass both the written knowledge exam and the behind-the-wheel road test.