Help your patrons prepare for their DMV permit exams. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility mission, our valuable online driver education program is being offered free of charge to U.S. libraries.
Unlimited access allows your patrons to practice at the library, at home, or on the go using our free app or mobile-friendly site. No registration required!
Attract More Patrons
Providing free driver education resources will instantly send visitors streaming through your library’s doors.
Car & Motorcycle
Whether they want to get behind the wheel of an automobile or motorcycle, we've got practice tests for everyone. Driver's Handbooks, too!
Frequently Asked Questions:
How does it work?
This is a free program (for both the library and the patrons) that helps them prepare online for the theory part of their permit test at the DMV. There is no registration, we do not collect any personal info and do not display ads. We take care of the setup, design, development and maintenance of your driver's education program. The program website will be hosted on a driving-tests.org subdomain (xyz.driving-tests.org), but will have your organization's logo and a 'In Partnership with (your organization)' title on every page.
Your Driver Education program will contain the following state-specific information:
11 car practice tests
8 motorcycle practice tests
3 CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) practice tests
3 online driver’s manuals (car, motorcycle, CDL)
An FAQ section with detailed answers to 100+ DMV-related questions
Yes. Free and ad-free for the library and for the patrons. For as long as you are willing to use it. Our main public website is ad-supported, and the users who come from search engines do see ads. However, your patrons who come directly to your program URL will not see ads. The revenue we receive from advertisers on our main site allows us to be able to sponsor the AD-FREE library programs. Your service will be free for as long as you continue to participate in the program. You may terminate your participation in this program at any time without any penalty or fee. This program is 100% free for U.S. public and academic libraries, schools, community colleges and universities.
Will our patrons see ads?
No! Your driver education program is 100% AD-FREE and will always stay this way. You will only need to link to your own ad-free program website.
What other libraries are using this Driver's Ed program?
Absolutely! Here's an example of such program that we put together for the City of Alameda Public Library, CA: http://afl.driving-tests.org. Your program will look the same and will contain the same driver education tests, only specific for your state.
Do you collect any sensitive information about our patrons?
No! Since we do not require the user to register or log in, we do not collect any sensitive information such as name/address/email address/gender/age/etc.
Do patrons need an e-mail address to register?
No. There is no registration or login required.
How many patrons can access the program simultaneously?
There is no limit.
Do you support use across multiple libraries in the same system?
Do you offer remote access?
Yes. Your patrons can use your Driver's Ed Program wherever they are.
Do you provide usage reports?
Yes. Each library will receive password-protected access to detailed usage reports.
How long have you been around?
We started the website in 2010, and launched the free library program in early 2014.
Is it easy to implement on our library web site?
Yes, it’s just a matter of placing a link on your web page. Once your program is ready, we'll send you a web address unique for your library. If you signed up at the ALA Midwinter Conference or ALA Annual in San Francisco, you already have the URL (look for the sticker on your folder). Please visit this page to find promotional graphics, printable posters and a sample press release - feel free to use them on your library website to let your patrons know that they can now use your new free driver's ed program. We recommend placing the banner linked to your program either on the main page of the library website or on one or more of your 'Databases' pages.
Accessibility features are very important to our library. How does Driving-Tests.org address this?
Accessibility is important to us, too! The new 'Read Aloud' toolbar (found in the footer of every page) includes tools that will allow users to hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask sections of the screen for greater visibility. All our tests can now be read aloud for those with vision problems, ESL speakers, and those with learning disabilities, like dyslexics.
"A terrific resource to have! Once our site was up and we started promoting it, patrons have begun commenting on how easy the site is to navigate and how useful it is taking the actual test. We are enjoying this source and are pleased with the patron response to it."
Omar Ramirez, Youth Service Assistant, Elmwood Park Library, IL