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✔ FREE Florida DMV Driver’s License Practice Test 2017 | FL

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It’s the weekend, the day is gorgeous, and you’re dreaming of spending it on a warm, sandy beach. If you don’t have a driver’s license, your dream will most likely remain just like that ― a dream. You can get closer to fixing this problem by taking your Florida DMV Driver’s License Test, but we recommend that you get ready for it first. Here’s our practice test that will assist you in preparation for the real thing. It’s easy to use and based on the new 2017 Official Florida Driver’s Handbook, so you can trust it to be up-to-date.
There are 40 multiple-choice questions with four answers each. Only one of them is correct ― you decide which one and click it. If your answer is correct, the next question will appear automatically. If not ― we’ll provide you an explanation so that you understand your problem. Look at the progress bar on the left-hand side of your screen ― it’ll show you how successfully you’re doing. Start now and do it as many times as you need to feel confident.
Did you notice that we didn’t mention any payment? It’s not because we’re hiding something; it’s because it is 100% FREE! Do you like it? Click the “Like” button and tell your friends on Twitter about this free practice test. Go ahead and turn your dream into reality!
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Number of questions:50
Answer correctly to pass:40
Passing score:80%

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