Every resource you need to pass the MA DMV permit test and achieve your dream of learning to drive can be found right here on ePermitTest.com. Start by downloading your free PDF copy of the MASS driver’s handbook, which contains essential information about road signs and traffic laws in Massachusetts. To support your work with this handbook, we have created a range of free learning tools, including realistic MA practice permit tests and a comprehensive drivers ed course for 2019 license applicants. Whether you intend to take your tests in Boston, Cambridge, Worcester or elsewhere in the state of Massachusetts, these resources contain the information you need!

Once you are old enough to start learning to drive, your first focus should be preparing for the MA RMV written test. Prospective drivers take this exam at the DMV office, to prove they have the basic driving knowledge required to stay safe and obey the rules of the road whilst learning to drive. When taking the assessment, you will also need to provide identity documents and parental permission (in the case of underage drivers) to receive your learners permit. The DMV permit test contains 25 questions, each of which will be listed alongside a selection of possible answers. To pass the exam, you must provide at least 18 correct permit test answers. The permit test covers rules of the road, road signs and alcohol awareness, so these are the topics you should focus on initially, while working through our resources. Most of the basic knowledge you need can be found in the RMV handbook, though students usually find they can absorb the information more efficiently by using our free driver’s education course.

The Massachusetts drivers education course begins by introducing you to your responsibilities as a driver and key safety issues like defensive driving, roadway scanning techniques and driver impairment. The knowledge these modules provide is essential for all novice drivers, as it will help you to understand risk and protect yourself from collisions when practicing your driving skills on public roadways. In preparation for the general knowledge permit test, direct your attention towards the chapters dealing with rules of the road, road signs and alcohol awareness. Many students find that memorizing road signs and pavement markings is one of the most challenging aspects of their MA DMV test preparation, as there is a great deal of information to cover. If you would like to spend a little more time focusing exclusively on road signs, check out our road signs and pavement markings home page.

Before you head off to the RMV office to take the permit test, spend some time working with our realistic DMV practice permit test quizzes. We offer a range of RMV practice tests suitable for all experience levels, some of which focus on a combination of road rule and road sign questions, while others target road signs exclusively. Every Massachusetts RMV written practice test is free to use and contains a selection of genuine DMV test questions, just like those you will be expected to answer when sitting the real assessment. Once you can pass every quiz we provide consistently, you should have what it takes to get through the actual permit test.

It is important to revisit our MA driver’s education course before using your new learner’s permit to start driving under supervision. Pay special attention to the safety-related modules outlined above, in addition to the chapter dealing with essential driving maneuvers. This latter module will talk you through every maneuver you will be asked to perform during the practical road skills test, using helpful images and step-by-step guides.

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