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To maximize your study time, our expert team at DMV.com has created the Driver’s License Practice Test and Study Guide packet. These study tools are geared to help new drivers pass the Pennsylvania knowledge test the first time. The DMV.com team has gathered all the important information you need in order to be fully prepared for the test. Pennsylvania road rules and traffic signs that you will be asked by the DMV are assembled here in a concise – and comprehensive – format.
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Start by reviewing the Pennsylvania driver's manual. Review the chapters on road rules and traffic signs, and then use the Study Guide to cement the information you just learned. The DMV.com Study Guide includes the most important traffic laws in an effective way, making it all the more easy for you to learn the material. When you’re ready, test your new knowledge with the CA practice drivers test.
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The place to begin studying is with the Pennsylvania driver's manual. Review the chapters and sections on road rules and traffic signs, and then proceed by using our specially curated Study Guide to bind all of the important information you learned. The DMV.com Study Guide includes important information that will be covered on the written knowledge test, and organizes it in an effective way so that you can easily retain all the information. Then, you can test your new knowledge with the PA practice drivers test, which is available for an unlimited number of times.
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Important Road Rules Sections to Study
- Road signs
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What is a passing score on the Pennsylvania DMV test?
Currently, the Pennsylvania written drivers test consists of 20 questions. You must get at least 17 questions (87%) correct for a passing score.
How much does the DMV driver’s test cost?
The cost to get a driver’s license in Pennsylvania is $34.50. This includes the fee for the
How old do I need to be to take the driver’s license test?
To take the official Pennsylvania written driving exam, you must be at least 16 years old.
How do I minimize the risk of failing the DMV test?
To pass the PA written drivers exam, you must study the driving rules thoroughly. Begin your study preparation with the Pennsylvania driver's manual. Every important traffic law and road rule is included here. To amplify your studies, DMV.com created a unique study tool: the Practice Test and Study Guide test-preparation bundle that complements the official driver’s manual.
Our practice tests and study guides have gathered the important information from the sections covered in the official DMV written drivers test and executed them in a simplified manner. The information is organized and carefully stated in order to help you retain every necessary traffic law you will be tested on. You also have unlimited access to the online practice driving test.
Once you have scored 90% or more on the DMV.com practice test, you are ready to book an appointment at the DMV! Scoring less than 90% is nothing to worry about though. It’s simply an indication that you need to continue your studies to become fully prepared. Take some additional study time to review those sections giving you trouble, then retake the practice drivers test until you are comfortable with the material.
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What do I need to bring to the DMV the day of test?
The day you apply for your learner’s permit is the same day you will be taking the written drivers license test. Bring the following items when you visit a local PA DMV office to get started:
- Proof of identity:
- PA ID card
- PA learner’s permit
- US Passport
- US birth certificate
- Proof of PA residency:
- ank statements
- hone statements
- chool transcript
- Proof of Social Security:
- Social Security Card
What other languages is the Pennsylvania written driver’s license test available in?
In addition to English, the Pennsylvania written drivers test is available in the following languages:
Which documents will I need if I am not a US citizen?
To get a learner’s permit or drivers license, non-US citizens must provide documents proving identity and Pennsylvania residency. Accepted documents include the following:
- Social Security Card
- Two proofs of residency:
- Tax records
- Lease agreement
- Mortgage documents
- W-2 Form
- Utility bills
- One of the following documents:
- I-551 permanent resident card
- Passport with the I-551 stamp
- Machine readable immigration visa
- Re-entry Permit I-327
What’s next after I pass the DMV written test?
Once you pass the Pennsylvania written driving exam, you must hold your learner’s permit for the specified length of time – which varies by age. You will have three chances to pass the road test before you must reapply for a learner’s permit. To avoid this from happening, DMV.com encourages you to practice driving behind the wheel as often as possible before scheduling your Pennsylvania DMV road skills test appointment.
Some things you should know about the Pennsylvania DMV Test:
- You must make an appointment with the PA DMV to submit a learner’s permit application and take the written drivers test.
- New drivers have to pass the Pennsylvania written drivers license test.
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Can I apply for a Pennsylvania learner’s permit if I am 15 years old?
No, in order to be eligible to apply for your learner’s permit in Pennsylvania, you must be at least 16 years old. To be issued a driving permit, you must pass the written knowledge test, show proof of PA residency and provide a parental consent form if younger than 18 to the Pennsylvania DMV.
Do I need to get a physical in order to get a learner’s permit in Pennsylvania?
Yes, a completed physical examination is required in order to be issued a learner’s permit in the state of Pennsylvania. To do so, you must get a medical examiner such as a doctor or a physician assistant to perform a physical on you and fill out the Form DL-180 “Medical Qualification Certificate.”
If I wear contact lenses, do I need to wear them to take the vision exam?
Yes, if you wear contact lenses or prescription glasses, you must wear them when you apply for a Pennsylvania learner’s permit in order to take the required exam. The applicant will be asked to look through a specific visual-eye machine and describe what is being shown. Different sizes and colors of numbers and letters will be displayed, and based on the readings, your vision acuity is determined. The vision requirements for the PA DMV vision test are 20/40, or better combined vision without corrective wear.
I am 16 years old and I have just been issued a Pennsylvania learner’s permit, what happens next?
Once you’ve been issued a learner’s permit in Pennsylvania, you will need to wait at least six months before you can schedule a road test and apply for a full PA drivers license. Additionally, you must accumulate 65 hours of behind-the-wheel training before you can take the road test. If you are over 18 years of age, you can schedule the road test whenever you are ready.
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