The Lone Star state can certainly offer distances to travel but to do it you need a valid driving license. If you don’t have it, maybe it’s time to reconsider your situation. And with our TX DMV test simulator, you have everything in order to get ready to pass a DMV written test. The same structure and scoring system as in a real DMV Permit Test plus similar content based on the latest official Texas Drivers Handbook. There are 40 multiple-choice questions that you’ll answer by clicking one of the four options offered. Choose the one that is closest to the truth to the best of your knowledge. If your knowledge doesn’t help, try to guess – guessing counts – and our hints will help you (please note that a real DMV exam doesn’t have any hints). The interactive progress bar on the left-hand side of the page will guide you through by marking all your successful attempts with green – in this case you’ll be directed to the next question automatically. If the bar flashes red – oops, you made a mistake – read the explanation if you don’t want to make it in the next try.
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