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With the DMV.com Practice Test and Study Guide, important road rules and traffic laws are presented in a concise and comprehensive format. These effective study tools help new drivers pass the DMV written drivers test the first time, and can be used online or printed out.
The Florida DMV reports that only two out of five test takers pass the DMV drivers exam the first time. To breeze through the Florida written drivers test, follow the DMV.com recommended study tips:
- Review the Florida driver’s handbook, and focus most of your attention on chapters discussing road rules and traffic signs.
- Use the DMV.com Study Guide to reinforce what you learned in the Florida driver’s handbook. This unique cheat sheet covers all of Florida’s most important traffic laws in an easy-to-read format, making it simpler to absorb the material.
- When you’re ready, test yourself with the FL practice driving test.
- Passed the test? You’re ready to book an appointment at the DMV!
- If you didn’t get the score you wanted, continue to review the sections giving you trouble and use the practice test.
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Prepare for the written drivers test with the best study tools available. With the DMV.com study packet, you are one step closer to getting your driver’s license. You will find all the important sections presented in a concise format, such as:
- Rules for driving in inclement weather
- Turning rules
- Pavement markings
- Road signs
- Four-way stop sign navigation
What is a passing score on the Florida DMV test?
To pass the Florida written drivers test, you must get at least 40 out of 50 questions correct (80%).
How much does the DMV driver’s test cost?
A new drivers license in Florida costs $48, and includes the fee for the Florida written drivers test. The Florida written drivers exam retake fee is $10.
How old do I need to be to take the driver’s license test?
Florida offers the written drivers test for both learner’s permit and full driver’s license applicants. To apply for a learner’s permit, you must be at least 15 years old.
How do I minimize the risk of failing the DMV test?
The key to passing the Florida written drivers test the first time is studying the road rules carefully. Forty percent of test takers fail the knowledge exam because they are not prepared. By using the DMV.com study tools, you increase your chances of passing the first time.
The DMV.com study bundle covers all the material from the Florida driver’s handbook in a simple and straightforward way. By following the Study Guide, you will learn all the necessary Florida traffic laws. Test your knowledge with the DMV.com driving practice test and see which areas you need more time to study.
A score of 90% or more on the DMV.com practice test ensures you are ready to book an appointment for your official DMV drivers test! A score below 90% shouldn’t worry you though. Just use the results to review the subject areas where you need more study time. Once you have the information down, retake the DMV.com practice drivers test and repeat until you are comfortable with all the information.
Perseverance is critical to the DMV written drivers test study process. We at DMV.com are so confident in our study package that we guarantee you will pass the first time around, or your money back.
What do I need to bring to the DMV the day of test?
On the day of your Florida drivers license test, you will need to bring proper identification, proof of Social Security Number and two proofs of residency to the local FL DHSMV office. Acceptable documents include:
- Proof of identity:
- US birth certificate
- US passport
- Consular Report of Birth Abroad
- Certificate of Naturalization
- Certificate of Citizenship
- Proof of Social Security Number:
- Social Security Card
- W-2 form
- Pay check
- Any 1099
- Acceptable documents for residents without a Social Security Number:
- Valid out-of-state driver’s license/ID card
- School records (with date of birth and registrar’s signature)
- Birth record transcript
- Baptism certificate
- Insurance policy documents
- US military ID
- Marriage certificate
- Two proofs of legal residency:
- Mortgage statement
- Florida Voter Registration Card
- Florida Vehicle Registration/Title
- Florida Boat Registration/Title
- Statement from parent
- Utility bill/work order
- Auto payment receipts
- Health insurance card
- Homeowner’s insurance documents
- School transcripts
- Mail from government agency
- Mail from financial institutions
What other languages is the Florida written driver’s license test available in?
Aside from English, languages that the Florida written drivers test is available in is Haitian, Creole and Spanish.
Which documents will I need if I am not a US citizen?
To get a driver’s license in Florida when you are not a US citizen, you must provide proof of a Social Security Number or an acceptable equivalent. You will also need to provide two proofs of Florida residency and one of the following proof of legal presence documents at a local FL DHSMV office:
- Alien Registration card
- I-551 stamp in passport/I-94
- Immigration Judges Order granting asylum
What’s next after I pass the DMV written test?
Once you pass the Florida written drivers test, you will receive a learner’s permit or unrestricted driver’s license – depending on which you applied for. If you are issued a learners permit, you must wait at least one year before applying for an unrestricted driver license.
To avoid retesting, DMV.com urges you to utilize the practice test and study guide materials as much as is necessary before making a DMV written drivers test appointment.
To get your Florida driver’s license, you must also pass a vision test with a visual acuity of 20/40 with or without corrective lenses.
DMV.com Note: Drivers 18 years or older who are applying for an unrestricted Class E Florida driver’s license must complete a Drug and Alcohol Traffic Awareness (DATA) course prior to taking a written drivers test.
Other Details You Should Know About the Florida DMV Test:
- If you are applying for an unrestricted Class E Florida driver’s license, you may take the behind-the-wheel test following the written drivers test.
- To take the behind-the-wheel test, you will need to bring your own vehicle with all the proper documentation. This includes showing proof of car insurance and vehicle registration.
- DMV.com recommends booking an appointment with the Florida DHSMV prior to taking your written drivers test.
PRACTICE TEST Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take the DMV test online?
Florida does allow drivers younger than 18 to take the written drivers test for a learner’s permit online. To do so, the driver’s license information of a parent or legal guardian must be entered.
Do I need a parent with me when I’m taking my drivers license test for a learner’s permit?
Yes, a parent or legal guardian must sign and complete a Parental Consent form when applying for a learner’s permit at a Florida DHSMV office.
Are there any restrictions once I get my learner’s permit?
Teen drivers in Florida may drive during the day for the first three months of having a learner’s permit. Once the three months pass without incident, your driving period extends to 10 p.m. Throughout the duration of holding a learning permit, you must be accompanied by a licensed driver 21 years old or older in the front passenger seat.
What exams do I need to pass to get a motorcycle license?
To get a motorcycle license in Florida, you must pass the written drivers test applicants for a driver’s license take. Additionally, you will need to take and pass the Basic Riders Course offered by the Florida DHSMV.
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