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Practice Tests for New Washington Drivers
The Driver’s License Practice Test and Study Guide bundle was designed for the purpose of shortening your study process. These tools were crafted to be effective resources that will help you pass the Washington written drivers test. By compiling and presenting all of the pertinent information on road rules and regulations in an easy-to-read format, we have created a resource that will help you cut down on study time and still pass your test with ease.
Did You Know? Less than half of new drivers pass their DMV written exam on the first try.
Employ our expert study aids to become part of the Washington DMV’s passing rate.
How to Pass the Washington Written Driver’s Test
Effective test-prep begins with the proper study regimen. Follow DMV.com’s three-step method, which is outlined below:
- DMV.com encourages you to begin your study process with the Washington Driver Handbook. Take note of every section that focuses on rules, regulations and signs.
- Then, once you’ve gone through the state handbook, employ the Study Guide to reinforce all that you learned. Our Study Guide presents simplified details on all of the vital traffic laws in Washington, making your understanding of the material a guarantee.
- Finally, to test that newly acquired knowledge, try out a Washington practice drivers test.
Take a FREE Sample Test now to get a glimpse at our complete DMV.com Practice Test. See how well you know the rules of Washington’s state roads, and experience a set of questions that are very similar to what you will see on test day.
Road Rules to Study
Our Premium Study Guide features only the most important driving topics, which are found on the official WA DOL exam, including:
- Rules for turning
- Rules for operating a motor vehicle in inclement weather
- Signs and signals of the road
- Markings on the pavement
- Procedures for navigating four-way stop signs
How to Ensure Your Passing Score
Want to ensure your success on the WA written drivers exam? Then you have to know the rules of the road. Start your studies with a review of the Washington Driver Handbook.Within this manual, you’ll find information on all of the important traffic rules and regulations. However, to simplify this information, DMV.com has crafted a simple driving test study tool: the Study Guide and Practice Test preparation packet.
In our guide, you will find information on all of the most important driving rules sections presented to you, the test taker, in a simplified and basic way. Sections are short and simple to ensure that they are easy to remember for test day. In addition, with our guide and practice test package, you can take as many digital practice driving tests as you desire, to shore up on your written test knowledge.
Knowing When to Take the Washington Driving Test
A score of 90% or better on your DMV.com practice test indicates that you are fully equipped for your official written exam. However, if you are still having trouble reaching your desired score, this just means that you need a few practice tests under your belt before test day. Take as many practice exams as you need to feel confident in your abilities, and you’ll be sure to pass the Washington drivers license exam on the very first try.
Test Day Tips
Now that you have retained the necessary DMV knowledge, it’s time to book your written driving exam. As Test Day approaches, remember the following:
- Currently, the written drivers test in Washington has a total of 25 questions. You must answer 20 of these correctly (80%) in order to pass.
- The price to take a written drivers test varies based on your testing location in Washington. However, the costs of learner’s permits and driver’s licenses are fixed. A learner’s permit for one year costs $25, and a driver’s license for six years costs $89.
- If you are not enrolled in a driver training course, you can take the official Washington written driving exam when you are 15-and-a-half years old.
Note that if you do not pass your written drivers test the first time around, we’ll refund your complete purchase. That’s how confident we are in our study resources.
The day you take your written drivers license test in Washington and the day you submit your application for a learner’s permit are one and the same. On this day, you will have to visit a local WA DOL office with the following items:
- Your Social Security Number
- Standalone documents:
- US Passport booklet
- US Military ID card
- Washington ID card
- A-list documents:
- Out-of-state ID card or driver’s license
- Tribal enrollment ID card
- US Passport card
- B-list documents:
- Certified birth certificate
- Valid US visa
- Veterans Administration ID card
You can either bring one standalone document, two A-list documents or one A-list document and two B-list documents. If you are younger than 18, you must bring a parent, who must show his or her ID and prove that he or she is your parent. This parent/guardian must also sign an affidavit. If a parent/guardian cannot come to the DOL office, he or she must provide one standalone document for your ID, two A-list documents or one A-list document and two B-list documents.
In addition to English, you can take the Washington written drivers test in the following languages:
Documents Needed for Noncitizens
Non-US citizens may apply for driver’s licenses in Washington, so long as they can provide the necessary documentation. Given that, if you are not a US citizen, you will not have a US Passport or a US Birth Certificate, you will have to submit acceptable documents such as:
- Foreign passports (I-94, I94W and temporary I-551 stamps).
- Valid, verifiable foreign driver’s licenses.
- Valid US visas.
- Permanent Resident Cards.
In addition, to prove your WA residency, you can provide:
- Lease/mortgage agreements.
- Utility bills.
- Bank statements.
- Letters from the IRS.
- Insurance paperwork.
- School documents.
- Medical documents.
After the Written Test
Once you have aced the written drivers test, you will immediately be issued your WA learner’s permit, which you will have to hold for a period of six months. If you don’t pass, however, you may have to endure a waiting period before you can retake the test. The same rule applies to the DMV road skills test in Washington. Thus, DMV.com recommends that you set aside ample time for studying for both exams before you set up a testing appointment with the Washington Department of Licensing.
Also, be sure to obtain corrective lenses (if necessary) before you take the road test. All test takers must have a visual acuity of 20/40 in at least one eye in order to pass the state-required eye screening.
To get a Washington driver’s license, you will either have to complete 30 hours of classroom instruction in a driver training program (if you are younger than 15-and-a-half years of age), or you will need to complete 50 hours of supervised driving with a parent (if you are 15-and-a-half years of age or older).
- Use effective study tools to ace the driver’s license test
- Quickly learn important traffic laws and road signs
- Be prepared with Washington-specific Practice Test questions
- Pass the first time or your money back!
Premium Study Tools
The DMV.com Washington Study Guide and Practice Test are the No. 1 study resources for beginner drivers. The Study Guide simplifies complicated sections of the Washington Driver’s Handbook, while the Practice Test gives you plenty of chances to prepare for the official written driver’s exam. Not to mention that by incorporating these tools, you will learn the traffic rules in and out – and in half the time.