When you are ready to start learning to drive, the first two subjects you should study are rules of the road and road signs. These are the topics which are addressed during the initial New Hampshire permit test, as all drivers must be able to recognize pavement markings and road signs before they can safely operate a vehicle on public roads. In fact, you cannot legally begin practicing your driving skills before passing the permit test to obtain an instructional license. So, if you’re keen to get on the road, start studying road signs and rules of the road with the free resources we provide here on ePermitTest.com.

“Rules of the road” and “road signs” are umbrella terms which cover various sub-topics and an enormous amount of information. Flicking through your copy of the NH DMV handbook will give you an idea of just how much there is to learn. Get your PDF version of the guide here on ePermitTest.com, or from the DMV website. “Rules of the road” includes seat belt laws, passenger laws, prima facie speed limits, intersection use, expressway rules, right-of-way, cell phone use and many other subjects. The information you need to know about these sub-topics is dispersed throughout different chapters of the New Hampshire driving manual, which can make preparing for the DMV written test tricky. To shorten the time it will take you to get up-to-speed, our team have built a comprehensive driver’s education course which includes a module dedicated to rules of the road. All the road rules you could be questioned on during the permit test can be found there, in the aptly titled “Rules of the Road” chapter. You will also find a module called “Signs, Signals & Markings” which contains everything you need to learn for the road signs and pavement markings portion of the 2019 permit test. Our road signs home page includes a complete list of the regulatory signs, warning signs, guide signs, work zone signs and pavement markings in the DMV database. If you would like to see what you’re up against, why not check it out now?

Students can take the New Hampshire DMV written test at any office in Nashua, Manchester, Portsmouth or elsewhere in the state, whenever they feel they are ready. It is important not to jump the gun and attempt the exam before you are certain you can pass it, otherwise you may be subject to a mandatory waiting period, before you can attempt it again. To make certain you have what it takes to answer 16 out of 20 questions correctly, use our NH DMV practice permit test quizzes to gauge your knowledge before taking a trip to the DMV office. You may wish to try out one of our easier DMV practice tests that comes with study aids, when you are first starting out. As your confidence grows, try your luck with our realistic DMV permit test Simulator! This quiz is designed to mimic the exact parameters of the real permit test, to show you exactly what you’re up against. Whichever New Hampshire practice permit test you prefer, rest assured that they are all free to use and can be re-taken as many times as you like in the run up to the test.

The NH DMV permit test is only your first hurdle on the road to becoming a fully qualified motorist. Next, you will need to prepare for the practical road skills exam. Using our driver’s education course to inform your behind-the-wheel practice will make sure you can perform basic maneuvers safely and confidently, when the time comes to take the driving test.

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