Quick note: This test is timed! You have N MINUTES to complete the test! All unanswered questions will be marked as incorrect. Good luck and godspeed!

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Who cares if you know the speed limits, seat belt laws and school zone fines if you cannot pass the road signs?  Traffic signs is an integral part of the DMV permit test and you must learn them if you want to nail the written test on your first visit!  Don't worry, though, our 2019 Connecticut road signs DMV practice test will teach you each and every sign you must know for the permit test and it only takes a few minutes to complete!  Use is as a study aid or as a quick self-assessment tool before you drive to your local DMV office and slaughter the test the first time you take it!

We wanted to keep it quick and simple and that's why the test has 20 questions.  Unlike some of the other DMV practice test CT quizzes on the website, this exam has a fixed set of permit test questions and they will not change, no matter how many times you take the test.  This approach provides you with a great opportunity to nail absolutely each and every question before moving on to the next exam!  The passing score for the DMV practice test is 80%, this means you need to answer no less than 16 questions correctly, but who is to stop you from achieving that perfect score?  Since this CT road signs DMV practice test is completely free, you can take the test as many times as you want!  The only thing you need is time!

We are sick and tired of road signs practice permit tests that either have tiny pictures of signs you can't even see or no pictures whatsoever.  How are you supposed to study traffic signs if you can't even see them?  Our CT practice permit test is loaded with great images of road signs, almost every question will have a picture to help you understand the question better!

The real knowledge test is based on the CT drivers manual and that is what makes it the best possible study guide!  All our DMV practice tests are based on the same handbook and you are recommended to read it before you start taking them, but who are we to stop you if you decide to take a practice test first?

If you worried that the practice test may not match the permit test in your town - stop right there!  The DMV written test is exactly the same all over the Constitution state, from Hartford to New Haven, from Stamford to Bridgeport, and since the permit test is the same, our state specific Connecticut road signs practice permit test will work for you!