FREE New Hampshire DMV Permit Practice Test Two 2019 | NH
Even if you know how to drive, driving without a license is illegal and potentially dangerous. Why not get it right with the law? Take your DMV Permit Test – we’ll help you prepare for it. In our 2nd NH permit practice test you’ll find 40 multiple-choice questions about road signs and NH traffic rules. You’ll find similar questions based on the latest official New Hampshire Driver’s Manual on a real DMV exam. Moreover, our questions have the same format and scoring system as those used by DMV authorities, therefore practicing with us will double, triple and quadruple your chances to pass. Ready? Have a look.
Each question has four answers. Needless to say, only one of them is correct, and it’s your task to find and click which one. Good if you know, but even if you don’t, you can always try to guess and our hints can help you guess correctly (please note that a real DMV exam doesn’t have hints). The interactive bar on the left-hand side of the screen will help you monitor your progress. The green color will flash every time your answer is correct and you’ll be directed to the next questions automatically. If the color’s red – oops! There’s a mistake – read the explanation and try not to make it again. Finish the test and look at the result. If you aren’t quite satisfied with what you see, you can always redo the test – it’s available 24/7 from anywhere you have Internet connection and the tasks will randomized each new time.
Not bad, is it? And can you imagine that it’s all for free? If you can’t, no problem – you don’t need to imagine, you can try it right now without any registration. Try and tweet your friends about our NH permit practice test – they’ll appreciate it – or you can just “Like” it by hitting the button above. Make peace with the law – get your peace of mind. Good luck!
New Hampshire DMV Permit Test Fact Sheet
|How many questions:||40|
|How many correct answers to pass:||32|
|Minimum age to apply for Class D Operator License||15 ½|
NH DMV Driver's Handbook
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