Alabama DMV Permit Test Practice 2018 | AL
To get a learner’s permit, you’ll need to complete a written test based on the 2018 Alabama Driver Manual to demonstrate your knowledge of state road signs, traffic laws, limits, and safe driving techniques. The test will have 30 multiple-choice questions of which you’ll need to answer 24 questions correctly to pass. An Alabama learner’s permit is available for anyone learning to drive in Alabama between the ages of 15 and 18. The automated DMV written test will cost $5, with an additional $36.25 fee to issue your permit; no checks are accepted. For those under 18, you’ll need to hold your learner’s permit for at least six months before you can take your driving test for a license. However, the permit is valid for four years while you practice with a licensed driver in the car. In addition to the knowledge test, you’ll also need to pass a standard eye exam before you can have a learner’s permit and practice your skills on the road. This DMV practice test, featuring 40 questions, requires the same 80% passing score as the Alabama driver’s knowledge exam.
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Alabama DMV Permit Test Fact Sheet
|How many questions:||30|
|How many correct answers to pass:||24|
|Minimum age to apply for Class D Learner License||15|
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