Practice Tests for New Texas Drivers

Our expert team at created the Premium Study Packet and the Deluxe Premium Study Packet to simplify your study time. These are effective study tools designed with the sole intention of helping new drivers pass the Texas knowledge test.’s study guide package contains all the important Texas road rule information with easy access in both online and print (PDF) formats.

Did You Know? The Texas DMV reports that nationally, 65% to 75% of drivers pass the drivers license test on their first attempt.

By following the detailed study strategy detailed below, you can pass your Texas drivers license test the first time around, as well.

How to Pass The TX Written Driver's Test

For an efficient study experience, recommends these tips for guaranteed success on your Texas drivers license test:

  1. Read through the material in the Texas driver’s handbook, taking special note of the sections concerning road rules and traffic signs.
  2. After thoroughly reviewing the TX drivers manual, follow up by using the Premium Study Packet or the Deluxe Premium Study Packet to emphasize the necessary information.
  3. Once you feel you have dedicated enough time to your DMV studies, test your Texas road rules knowledge with the our practice driving test.

Preview the Texas practice driving exam with the FREE online sample test. Online sample test questions mirror the practice test, as well as the information you will see on your official written drivers exam at the Texas DMV. Access the sample practice test online to evaluate your knowledge of Texas’ traffic laws. Receive your score in seconds and use it as a model for the full Texas practice driving test.

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Road Rules to Study

When crafting our DMV test prep materials, we carefully hand-selected the most important topics confirmed to appear on your DMV written test, so you are prepared to answer every question and identify each traffic sign with confidence. Subjects included in our DMV test packet that will be on the driving exam in Texas include:

  • Road signs
  • Pavement markings
  • Rules for driving in inclement weather
  • Turning rules
  • Four-way stop sign navigation

How to Ensure Your Passing Score

Get ready for your Texas written drivers test the right way with the’s Premium Study Packet or the Deluxe Premium Study Packet. Purchase the study guide packets now and receive unlimited access to both the online and print versions.

With the study packets, you receive a comprehensive resource for all the material you’ll find on the official Texas DMV drivers license test, presented in a simple format. Follow the study guide to cement your knowledge of Texas traffic laws. Then, test your knowledge with the all-inclusive practice driving test to find out which areas you may need to study more. Continue studying and re-taking your practice test until you earn a score of 90% or higher.

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Knowing When to Take the Texas Driving Test

Scoring 90% or higher on the practice drivers exam means that you are ready for the official Texas drivers license test. Scoring below 90% doesn’t mean you should worry though. Just pinpoint the areas that require further attention, use the study guide to build your knowledge base and then take the practice test again until you achieve your desired result.

Test Day Tips

Once you have studied your DMV test material from cover-to-cover, and received a passing score of 90% or above on the driver practice test, you will be ready to take your written driving test at the Texas DMV. In addition to your dedicated studies, keep the following in mind:

  1. To pass the Texas written drivers test, you must correctly answer at least 21 out of the 30 test questions, earning a minimum score of 70%.
  2. A new learner’s permit in Texas costs $16, while a new unrestricted driver’s license costs $25. This includes the fee for the drivers license exam.
  3. Learner’s licenses are available to teenagers in TX who are at least 15. A provisional license is available for teenagers who are at least 16, and have had a learner’s license for at least six months.
  4. highly recommends booking an appointment with the Texas DHSMV prior to taking your written drivers test.
  5. Only residents applying for an unrestricted Class E Texas driver’s license may take the behind-the-wheel test following their written drivers test.
  6. To take the behind-the-wheel test, you will need to bring your own vehicle with all the proper documentation.

With a bit of resolve and back-up from the study bundle, we have no doubts you will succeed. In fact, we’re so confident in our study materials that we guarantee you will pass your Texas drivers license test the first time around, or you will receive a full refund of the purchase price.

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DMV Checklist

On the day of your Texas drivers license test, you will need to bring proof of identification, certificate of completion of a driver’s education course (if you are younger than 25), proof of Social Security Number and proofs of residency and citizenship. Acceptable documents include:

  • Proof of identity:
    • US Citizen ID Card
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • Foreign passport with temporary visa
    • Temporary Resident Card
    • Texas driver’s license/ID card
    • Unexpired US passport
    • Certificate of Citizenship
    • Employment Authorization Card
    • US travel documents
    • Parole documents
    • Asylum documents
    • Military ID
  • Proof of Social Security Number:
    • Social Security card
    • Military ID
    • Medicare/Medicaid card
    • Health insurance card
    • College transcript (certified)
    • Pilot license
    • W-2 form
    • 1099 Form
    • Pay stub with Social Security Number printed
  • Proof of residency/legal status:
    • Valid US passport
    • US birth certificate
    • Certificate of Report of Birth
    • US Certificate of Citizenship
    • Citizen ID Card
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • Foreign passport with temporary visa
    • Permit to Reenter the United States
    • Refugee documentation

Test Languages

The Texas drivers license test is available in the following languages:

  • English
  • Spanish

Note that the road signs portion of the DMV written exam is only offered in English, as that is the primary language used on road signs in the state of Texas.

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Documents Needed for Noncitizens

The Texas Department of Public Safety has specific document requirements for non-US citizens to prove lawful presence when applying for a driver’s license. Acceptable documents include:

  • Foreign passport with temporary visa
  • Permit to Reenter the US
  • Refugee documentation
  • Asylee documentation

After the Written Test

Once you have passed the Texas written drivers license test, you will need to take:

  1. The behind-the-wheel road test.
  2. The vision test (you must pass with 20/40 visual acuity – with or without corrective lenses).

Once you have aced your DMV written exam, road skills test and vision screening, you will be ready to drive legally on the open roads of Texas.

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