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Idaho DMV Driver's License.
The graduated license program for Idaho requires that anyone under age 17 first hold an instruction permit before applying for a driver’s license. To start, you’ll need to complete a driver’s education course and then pass a written 40 multiple-choice question knowledge test, based on information pulled from the 2019 Idaho Driver’s Manual, of which you’ll need to correctly answer at least 34 questions. Once you have your instruction permit, you’ll be required to hold it for a minimum of six months during which you will only be able to drive while supervised by a licensed driver over 21, while you complete a mandatory 50 hours of driving, a minimum 10 hours of which must be at night. The DMV will require a $3 fee to take your knowledge test and a $15 charge to issue your instruction permit. When you’re ready to test for your license, be prepared to pay additional fees for both the driving test and your driver’s license. Prepare for the knowledge test by using this DMV practice test to help you study and identify problem areas, so you can pass on your first attempt.
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Idaho DMV Permit Test Fact Sheet

How many questions:40
How many correct answers to pass:34
Passing score:85%
Minimum age to apply for Class D Instruction Permit14 ½

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Many people get to the DMV overconfident and underprepared because they fail to do some of the simple things that would allow them to pass easily. What follows are the 10 steps that every aspiring driver should take to prepare for his or her official knowledge exam.

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