FREE New Hampshire DMV Permit Practice Test Four 2019 | NH
It’s OK if not having a driving license doesn’t bother you, but what if it does? Then you just have to get a move on and get it. How? First, you need to take your DMV Permit Test – not just take – pass it. It is much better done if you practice first. Check our 4th NH permit practice test based on the latest official New Hampshire Driver’s Manual, the most credible reference source to date. With its question structure and scoring system, it brings a close-to-real-life DMV exam experience to the comfort of your home. Have a look!
There are 40 multiple-choice questions about road signs and traffic lights, each followed by four answers – something very similar to what you’re going to do on a real exam, except for the hints that you can use when you are in doubt (a real exam doesn’t have them). Click the right answer and get the next question automatically – but only if the progress bar on the left-hand side on the page flashes green. If it’s red – sorry, you made a mistake, and you’d best read our explanation if you don’t want to make it again. Carry on like this until the end of the test and check your final score. If you aren’t quite satisfied, don’t worry – you can redo our NH permit practice test as long as you need to bring your performance to perfection.
No matter how much you practice, no one’s gonna interrupt you with payment requests – simply because there are no payments! Awesome, right? If you find it difficult to believe, try and see – no registration is required. If you like our test, don’t keep it to yourself – tweet your friends about it or just hit the “Like” button above. Make a difference in your life – 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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