Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Test your knowledge with practice driver license exams

Find the Arizona Driver License Manual online. You’re approaching an intersection where the traffic light has changed to yellow. You should:

A) Proceed with caution.
B) Clear the intersection before the light turns red.
C) Come to a safe stop and wait for the light to turn green.

If you’re not sure which answer is correct, you can brush up on your skills and learn all about vehicle safety by visiting the MVD Web page – there, you’ll find the Arizona Driver License Manual, available for download as a PDF.

After you study up, be sure to take our online Driver License practice tests.

The online practice tests, which have been available on the ADOT website for about two years, are the result of an MVD web survey that indicated practice tests were sought by those who took the survey.

The tests (there’s two of them) are educational tools that give people an idea of what to expect when taking the real written driver license exam. There’s definitely more to passing the real exam than what’s presented on the practice tests.

To reiterate – taking the practice tests is in no way a substitute for studying the manual. But, they do offer an easy way to test your knowledge … so, go ahead and give it a try!

By the way, the correct answer to that question up top is, “C.” Did you get it right?
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  Driver-License, MVD


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