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FREE Massachusetts RMV Road Signs Permit Practice Test 2019 | MA

MA RMV driver's license
Massachusetts RMV Driver's License.

To pass the written knowledge test and qualify for your learner’s permit and your eventual license, you’ll need to answer at least 18 of the 25 multiple-choice questions correctly in under 25 minutes. The questions are based on the 2019 Massachusetts Driver’s Manual and will cover topics like safe driving techniques, road signage, driving under the influence laws, and limits on driver’s licenses. At your local RMV office, you’ll need to pay a $30 testing fee and you have the option to pre-pay another $30 for your driving test, which you may take after a 6-month period where you hold your permit and practice a minimum of 40 hours of supervised driving. Your local office will also need to see proof of identity, residence, and signature. Minors will also be required to provide a parental signature on their permit application. This specific RMV practice test will center on questions involving road signs. The topic of road signage will encompass traffic lights, regulatory signs, railroad crossings, blinkers, and curb markings.

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Massachusetts RMV Permit Test Fact Sheet

How many questions:25
How many correct answers to pass:18
Passing score:72%
Minimum age to apply for Class D Learner's Permit (Junior Operator License)16

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