Looking for a perfect Colorado permit test cheat sheet?  You have just found it and the best thing of all - it is provided by the DMV itself!  The 2016 Colorado driver handbook has answers to all written test questions, it has great images of all road signs and pavement markings and it is completely free!  Don't ignore this opportunity to prepare for the learners permit test just because you are not paying hundreds of dollars for it, download your drivers manual now and start studying right away!

We've got some great news for you first-timers - unlike some of the other driver handbooks produced in other states around the country, the Colorado drivers manual is awesomely short, concise and straight to the point!  The state has gone down the right path of slimming down the DMV handbook, trimming all unnecessary junk out of the publication and leaving only what's really important in the book.  Everything else was transferred to the website, so if you are in the market for a commercial drivers license, need a specific DMV form or want to read up on car insurance - head straight to the website and dig in! The 2016 drivers handbook has become a high-precision tool for those looking to obtain their first Colorado drivers license and we applaud the DMV for the work that they've done.

Those of you who would like to cut off some more fat off these measly 40 pages could probably get away with not reading the first 10 and the last 5 pages of the Colorado permit book, since they describe different types of driver licenses available, list all DMV locations across the state and have a few DMV forms that will only apply to minors.  All in all, this leaves you with just 25 pages to read!  How is that for a concise outline of driving rules and regulations!

While the DMV has done a great job at keeping the story short, we strongly advise trying to tackle the entire Colorado drivers handbook at one go.  Twenty five pages is not that much and anyone can stampede right through these pages, but will you be able to pick out the important details and remember them? Not likely!  We suggest that anyone who wants to prepare for the DMV permit test starts reading the book at least couple of weeks before the DMV appointment date.  Having this much time means that you can cover a chapter or two of the driver's manual every day, without having to worry that you won't finish on time.  You could even go back and revisit some of the chapters in the book should such need arise!

There is one this the current driver handbook is missing and that is a decent Colorado permit practice test!  The book has everything - even a bunch of questions that allow you to assess the possibility that you could become an aggressive driver - but not a single sample permit test question you could try your wits against!  Fortunately, we are here for you, with a variety of DMV practice tests to cover every possible on-road situation!  Start with the very first CO DMV practice test for beginners and work your way through the cheat sheet all the way up to the permit test Simulator, a practice quiz designed to give you an idea of how well you will do on the real exam!  Play around with these sample questions and remember - using sample exams while reading the Colorado driver handbook doubles your chances of passing the knowledge test the first time you take it! Good luck!

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