Welcome to ePermitTest.com, the home of every essential study aid and DMV practice test you will need to pass your driver’s license exams in the state of New York. Before you can hop into the driver’s seat and start practicing for the road skills exam, you must prepare for and pass the 20-question NY DMV permit test. This relatively short assessment should not be underestimated if you wish to pass first-time. Though brief, the DMV written test is based around challenging road rule, road sign and alcohol awareness questions which you will not be able to answer, unless you have studied beforehand. If you are keen to get started, why not get your permit test preparation underway right now, with our free NY learner driver’s resources?

The NY DMV written test exists to ensure that all new drivers have the minimum required understanding of road rules, road signs, pavement markings and alcohol awareness, to start learning to drive without posing a threat to themselves or other road users. In the run-up to the test, you will need to learn about right-of-way rules, traffic penalties, parking rules, using intersections, driving in hazardous conditions, understanding traffic lights, road sign meanings and pavement markings. All this information – and much more besides – is included in the 2020 NY DMV handbook. Download your copy of the handbook today from the DMV website or here on ePermitTest.com; then, you are ready to start learning.

While you will need to read the driving manual from cover to cover at least once, you may wish to use most of your learning time to work through our free NY drivers ed course. Our course presents all the same information as the driver’s manual but does so using student-friendly language, step-by-step guides, detailed descriptions and high-quality pictures. Many important topics in the handbook will not be explored to the same degree as they are during our driver’s education course, which is why using both resources side-by-side will get you the best results. It is wisest to work through the entire NY driver’s ed course in order, though you will need to spend additional time with the modules that address road signs and markings, rules of the road and drug and alcohol awareness, as these issues will account for most of the questions on the 20-question permit test.

Once you have embarked on your study plan, you are free to take breaks as often as you need, to fit in other commitments or test your knowledge with a NY DMV practice permit test. The drivers education course is designed to be entirely flexible, so you can access it whenever and wherever you are connected to the internet, and revisit different chapters as needed. Our NY DMV practice tests are totally free to use and can be completed as many times as it takes for you to achieve a satisfactory grade. Some of our quizzes focus exclusively on road signs, while other target a mixture of road signs and road rules. When you first try your hand at answering some genuine permit test questions, we suggest starting with a short, fixed-question practice test. These practice permit tests should only take around five minutes to complete and will not change questions no matter how many times you use them. Once you are a little more familiar with the contents of the NY DMV handbook, try something a little more challenging!

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