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Guaranteed to pass or your money back.'s Texas Practice Tests are designed to help you pass your Department of Public Safety (DPS) exam. Our tests provide sample questions very similar to what you will see on the actual driving exam.’s Texas Practice Permit Tests are designed to help you pass your DPS exam on your first try. Our test provide real questions similar to what you will see on the actual driving test.

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About the Texas Written Test

Practice TestTexas has three types of written tests in place for learner license applicants:

  • Class C Driving Test: This is a knowledge test for standard applicants.
  • Class M Driving Test: You must take this test to obtain a motorcycle driver license.
  • Class A Driving Test or Class B Driving Test: This knowledge test covers rules for operating Class A vehicles and Class B vehicles.

The passing score for all driving tests in Texas is 70 percent. Written tests are available in English and in Spanish, but applicants must understand road signs written in English to pass the exam. The DMV allows you to bring an interpreter, but the translator can only assist you in communicating with the office staff before and after the test.

Per the Less Tears More Years Act, new drivers under 25 years of age must complete a drivers education course. Successful completion of this course will exempt you from the written knowledge test. Note: A Texas driving Practice Test is available for the various kinds of drivers licenses.

How to Prepare for the Test

Follow these steps to prepare for the written knowledge exam:

  • Study the Texas Driver's Handbook - The exam tests your knowledge of the rules within the manual.
  • Enroll in a TX drivers ed course - Students will learn important road regulations and safe driving techniques.
  • Take an online practice driving test - Each practice driving test is formatted in the same way the written knowledge test is to help prospective drivers prepare.
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What to Bring to the DMV

Bring the following documents to the driver license office nearest you:

Proof of identity
Primary documents:
  • Passport
  • ID card
Secondary documents:
  • Birth certificate (original or certified copy)
  • Court order showing name or gender change (original or certified copy)
Supporting documents:
  • Social Security card
  • W-2 form Note: Drivers must bring one primary identity document, two secondary identity documents or one secondary and two supporting identity documents to the DMV on the day of the driving test.

Two proofs of residency:
  • Valid voter registration card
  • Car registration certificate
One proof of Social Security Number:
  • Social Security card
  • Health insurance card
One proof of U.S. citizenship or lawful presence:
  • Passport
  • Birth certificate
  • Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551) (non-U.S. citizens)
  • Foreign passport with attached temporary I-551 (non-U.S. citizens)

Drivers must also fill out an Application for Texas Driver License or Identification Card (DL-14A) formand pay the $16 learner license fee.

Why You Need a Texas Driver's License

To drive legally as a resident of Texas, you must have a TX driving license. New Texas residents can legally drive with an out-of-state unexpired license for up to 90 days. Drivers need to surrenderdriving licenses and acquire a TX drivers license within this time limit.

Potential drivers under 18 are required to take the road skills test, even if they have an out-of-state license; however, they do not have to take the knowledge test. These drivers are encouraged to take a practice permit test to hone their skills.

Just like a drivers ed Practice Test, licensing requirements are meant to improve your knowledge and increase road safety. The knowledge and skills you attain by employing driving permit Practice Tests helps you become a better driver, reducing the risk of accidents.


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More Info about your Texas Practice Test

An excellent tool for reviewing for the Texas DPS permit test is a sample exam from When you do the sample exam you will come across questions that are similar to what you will find when doing the DPS exam for real. When you purchase the practice exam bundle you will get:

  • Questions concerning speed limits
  • Questions on safe driving
  • Questions about the Rules of the Road
  • Texas related questions
  • Includes Road Sign Test
  • Practice Test questions similar to what you will find at the Texas DPS

You are able to do the practice exam from multiple times and find out how you are getting better. By doing our practice exam you will be able to see if you are on your way to pass the actual permit exam. By purchasing an exercise exam from you can acquire confidence that you will complete the real exam.

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