✔ FREE Ohio BMV Permit Practice Test Three 2017 | OH

A person’s valid driving license is often used as an ID, but hey, there’s so much more to it! It’s a pass to independence, mobility and style. If you still don’t have it, you probably don’t know what you’re missing. A good place to start getting ready for your OH Permit Test is to take our 3rd permit practice test. It consists of 40 multiple-choice questions and you need to respond to them by selecting one of the four answer options. We’ll provide an interactive guide through the maze. When you’re not sure which answer to choose, you’ll find helpful hints. The progress bar on the left-hand side of the page will help you see whether or not you are answering correctly, and each time you make a mistake you’ll receive an explanation.
The purpose of our OH permit practice test is to provide you with an opportunity to get ready for a real DVM Permit Test without leaving your home. All the questions is based on the new 2017 Ohio Driver’s Handbook and they are as close to a real-life situation as possible. Now you’re probably wondering how much we charge for all this. The answer is “nothing”. Yes, it’s FREE and you don’t even have to register. Do you think there’s a hidden catch in it? Well, check it out for yourself – get started now. If you like our 3rd OH permit practice test, tell people about it on Twitter or hit the “like” button above. See you soon behind the steering wheel!
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OH BMV Fact Sheet

Number of questions:40
Answer correctly to pass:30
Passing score:75%

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