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AL DMV Test Simulator 2018 2018 Exam Mode

AL DMV driver's license
Alabama DMV Driver's License.

To get a permit, you’ll first need to pass a vision test, and then a written knowledge test based on the 2018 Alabama Driver Manual. The DMV written test will have 30 multiple-choice questions, and you’ll need an 80% to pass. The Alabama learner’s permit is available to those between 15 and 18 who are learning to drive. You’ll also need to pay a $5 fee for the test and an additional $36.25 once you pass to have your permit issued; no checks are accepted. The written exam will cover information from the manual such as road sign, safe driving techniques, and fines and driving limits, especially about the graduated license program Alabama adopted. Use this test simulator as your final step on your way to studying for your learner’s permit, as hints and explanations are turned off, so it will help you feel what the real exam will be like when you take it.

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Alabama DMV Permit Test Fact Sheet

How many questions:30
How many correct answers to pass:24
Passing score:80%
Minimum age to apply for Class D Learner License15

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