FREE Driver's Ed Program
for Your Patrons

Let's create safer drivers. Together.

Join 1,672 libraries nationwide helping to create safer drivers.

Free, ad-free, and registration free Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) practice tests for car, motorcycle, and commercial vehicle licenses. Good for the learner's permit test, driver's license test, and refresher test for seniors.

Free Forever, Available 24/7

Your patrons can practice at the library, at home, or on the go using our free apps for iOS and Android or our mobile-friendly website.

A Real Crowd-Pleaser

"The availability of these tests has been a real crowd-pleaser." - Rebecca Wilcox, Director, Doniphan-Ripley County Library, MO.

Cars, Motorcycles, and Commercial Vehicles

Driving practice tests for those patrons who want to get behind the wheel of a car or truck or ride a motorcycle.

What is included in the program:

Your driver education program will contain the following information specific to your state:

  • 11 car practice tests
  • 9 motorcycle practice tests
  • 10 commercial vehicle practice tests
  • 3 online driving manuals: car, motorcycle, and commercial driver license (CDL)
  • FAQ section with detailed answers to over 100 DMV-related questions

All practice tests are multiple choice; we provide an explanation immediately after every incorrect answer. Each program includes a realistic Exam Mode that is similar to the actual DMV test.

How can this possibly be free?

Our main public website is ad-supported, and the users who go there from search engines do see ads. The revenue we receive from advertisers on our main site allows us to sponsor the ad-free library program for US public, school, and academic libraries. Your library users won't see ads when they come through the link from your website.

As simple as placing a link on your website:

  1. 1
    We send you a link to your library-branded, state-specific program website.
  2. 2
    You place that link on your library website.
  3. 3
    Your patrons click the link and take free, ad-free and registration free driving practice tests.
Emily Getzschman

"Being able to offer practice tests at no cost is a win-win"

"Omaha Public Library strives to connect people with information and resources to help achieve their goals in life. Being able to offer practice tests at no cost to the library or patron is a win-win." ~ Emily Getzschman, Marketing Manager at Omaha Public Library, NE

Parker Hamilton

"Happy to be able to offer this resource to our residents"

"We are happy to be able to offer this new resource to residents who are acquiring or renewing their driver’s licenses — teens, senior, and those who need the adaptive features of the service." ~ Parker Hamilton, Director, Montgomery County Public Library system, MD

Becky Baker

"One more way the library can provide services to our citizens"

Helping drivers pass the test and become safer drivers is a benefit to our whole community, and just one more way the library can provide services to our citizens. Becky Baker, Director, Seward Memorial Library, NE

Omar Ramirez

"We are pleased with the patron response"

"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." Omar Ramirez, Youth Service Assistant, Elmwood Park Library, IL

You never have enough of those, right?

In addition to the DMV practice tests, your library users will get unlimited online access to your state's most recent official driver's manuals for car, motorcycle and commercial driver's license (CDL).

We take care of the updates as soon as new versions are available on the DMV website.

Frequently Asked Questions:

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