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✔ FREE Kansas DMV Permit Practice Test Five 2016 | KS

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KS DMV Permit Test Fact Sheet:

Number of questions:25
Answer correctly to pass:20
Passing score:80%
Want to get mobile? Yes, you can do that but you need to get your driving license first. We don’t issue licenses but we help people pass their DMV Permit Tests providing them practice opportunities. Our 5th KS permit practice test is designed as a close-to-real-situation simulation of a real DMV test. All the 40 multiple-choice questions is based on the new official 2016 Kansas Driving Handbook, the most up-to-date reference source about road signs and traffic regulations. You can do our test wherever you have Internet access, whenever you want it and at no cost. Yes, it’s true – you don’t pay any direct or hidden fees to practice with us and you don’t even have to register. Surprised? Why not try now?
Read the first question below and choose one of the four answers that follow. Your knowledge is your best help but if you aren’t sure you can try our hints (please note that a real DMV test doesn’t have them). The interactive progress bar on the left-hand side of the page will help you monitor your performance flashing green for each correct answer. If you make a mistake, the bar will flash red and your mistake will be explained so that you can avoid it in the future. Carry on until the end and look at the final result. Not bad? But you can try to do better – practice with our test as long as you feel needed.
Don’t be shy – tell your friends on Twitter about our KS permit practice test or simply “Like” it by hitting the button above. Get started now and have a safe journey!
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