FREE Montana MVD Permit Practice Test 2018 | MT

MT MVD driver's licenseTo get your license in Montana, you’ll need to pass a written knowledge test of 33 multiple-choice questions based on the 2018 Montana Driver Manual, and answer at least 27 of the 33 questions correctly to achieve a passing score of 80% or better. The written exam will cover questions regarding driving under the influence, speed limits, license regulations, pedestrian safety laws, and more. To take the exam, you will need to provide proof of identity, residence, parental consent if you’re under 18, and a $5 testing fee. You may begin the licensing process as early as 14 ½ years old while enrolled in a traffic education course; all minors must participate in the state’s graduated license program. After passing the written test, you must complete at least 50 hours of supervised driving, including 10 hours of night driving, while holding your learner license. This Montana DMV practice test will help you prepare for your knowledge exam, as it uses the same information and question format as the real exam.
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Montana MVD Permit Test Fact Sheet

How many questions:33
How many correct answers to pass:27
Passing score:82%

MT MVD Driver's Handbook

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Fun Driving Facts and Tips

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