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FREE Montana MVD Permit Practice Test Two 2019 | MT

MT MVD driver's license
Montana MVD Driver's License.
The written knowledge test is the first requirement if you wish to receive a driver’s license or learner’s permit in the state of Montana. The test consists of 33 multiple-choice questions based on the 2019 Montana Driver Manual. You’ll need to correctly answer at least 27 of the questions to pass. You may apply for a permit as young as age 14 ½ if you’re currently enrolled in an approved driver’s education course. Most drivers apply for their learner license at 15 if they’ve completed a driving course or age 16 without a traffic education program. To get your learner license, the first step in the graduated driver license program, you’ll need to pass the written knowledge exam, a vision test, provide parental consent, proof of residence, and identity, as well as pay the $5 license fee. Licenses in Montana cost $5 for each year they are valid for, with most adult licenses valid for eight years, which would then be $40. This MVD practice test will have questions just like those you’ll see on your actual exam, with topics ranging from road signage to driving rules, safe driving habits, and physical requirements for driving.
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Montana MVD Permit Test Fact Sheet

How many questions:33
How many correct answers to pass:27
Passing score:82%
Minimum age to apply for Class D Learner License14 ½

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