FREE Washington DOL Permit Practice Test Three 2019 | WA
Driving unprepared, untrained and unlicensed is a danger to yourself and everyone else on the road – especially on the ever-wet roads of the Evergreen State. If you want to make your driving safe and legal, you need a driving license. It’s best to start with theory – learn traffic regulations as described in the new official Washington Driver Guide, the most reliable info source to date. This is what is going to be assessed on your DOL Permit Test, and we can help you prepare for it.
Check out our 3rd WA interactive permit practice test brought to your home and available 24/7. It is a simulation of a real DOL exam, and once you’ve practiced with it, you’ll feel your knowledge enhanced and confidence boosted. You’ll get familiarized with the test structure and scoring system used by DOL authorities as well as approximate content based on the official driver’s handbook, so you’ll have a very good idea of what lies ahead. Did we remember to mention that taking our test is for free? Yes, it is – no hidden catch – no fees whatsoever. Have a go now – you’ll notice that no registration is required. Good, isn’t it?
So, right below is our first multiple-choice question. Like all the rest, it has four answers – go ahead and click the only correct one to the best of your knowledge. If your knowledge fails to help, use good luck – or our hints (remember that a real DOL exam won’t have any hints). Look at the progress bar on the left-hand side of the screen – if your answer is correct, it’ll be marked with green and you’ll be directed to the next task automatically. If you make a mistake, the bar will flash red and you’ll get an explanation – make sure you read it carefully.
Go through all the 40 questions and you’ll get your final score. Redo our WA permit practice test as many times as you need to improve your test skills – each time the tasks will be randomized. If you find this test helpful, tweet your friends about it or simply press the “Like” button above. Now start your preparation and remember that no good effort is in vain. Good luck!