As with everything it must seem in a teen’s life there is a test to get your driver’s license. Actually, as you know, there are two. The behind the wheel test and the written test. A new website promises to help students of all ages prepare for the test at no cost.
DrivingTests101.com serves up sample questions from a range of exams, including the basic driving test, the motorcycle test, and the commercial Driver’s License test. What’s more, the site offers relevant exam info from a number of different countries, including the U.S., Canada, Germany, and India.
Start by selecting the country in which you’ll be taking the exam, then select the appropriate state or province. On the next page, you’ll see the types of sample tests available: indicate how many questions you’d like to answer and which type you’d like to focus on (e.g. safety rules, traffic signs, or both), then click “go”. As you proceed, the website will note whether you’ve gotten an answer wrong or right and provide a tally at the end.
the original article from thecarconnection.com, written by Richard Read