New York Permit Practice Test

New York Permit Practice Test

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New York Permit Practice Test

The New York DMV issues the practice permit test for New York and will license first time drivers through this series of tests.  New York has a graduated license program that will allow teenagers as young as 16 to become licensed drivers.  The requirements to receive a junior license have gone up to include a six month waiting period between the issuance of a permit and license, 50 hours of supervised driving, 15 of which, must be at night and a limitation on the number of non-family passengers.
You do not have to take the practice permit test in New York if you have completed a certified driver’s education course and have a certificate to prove it.  All others should consult the Driver’s Manual, available both online and in print at DMV locations.  The NY DMV provides an online study guide, in addition to the manual that contains a practice permit test for New York.  The individual chapters can also be downloaded for convenience.  The practice permit test will consist of 20 questions and you must answer 14 questions correctly in order to continue to the road test at a later time.   
In addition to the written test, you will need to pass the vision test, demonstrating that you have 20/40 vision with or without glasses.  You will also need to present proof of identity and date of birth when applying for a learner’s permit.  
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