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This prep course was developed by a former Florida DMV examiner. It is designed to help you Pass The Permit Test, which is 50 questions on the rules and regulations of driving in Florida and Road Signs. This test can be taken online by anyone under 18 getting their first drivers license in Florida.
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Quick Facts about the Permit Test
The Permit Test is also called the DMV Test and the Knowledge Exam.
You are given 60 minutes to complete the test.
No, the Permit Test must be completed in one session, so be prepared.
No, you can take the Permit Test before or after the DATA course.
Yes, you can take the Permit Test if you took your DATA course elsewhere.
You need to supply the last 4 digits of your social security number to take the Permit Test and you need to provide a parent or guardians valid drivers license number.
The Florida DMV will allow you to take the Permit Test Online 3 times. After 3 attempts you must go to a local DMV office to take the test.
The DMV no longer accepts paper certificates for the Permit Test. When you go to the DMV to get your learners permit they will look up your information based on your name and social security number.
When you go to the DMV bring 2 original forms of ID such as a Birth Certificate and Social Security Card or Military ID and 2 documents showing your address or your Parents Name and Address in Florida such as a utility bill, insurance policy, residential lease agreement, mail from a bank such as checking or savings statements. The complete list of ID requirements can be found on the Florida DMV website.
You will have to take your Permit test in person at a local Florida DMV office.
There are two approaches: Study the Florida Drivers Handbook or take an Online Study Guide. You might consider doing both. The Permit Test is not easy — we recommend you focus your studying on all the rules and regulations. The road signs are almost all common sense so spend a little time on the Road Signs and then focus on rules and regulations.