This Mississippi permit test, with multiple-choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Mississippi written knowledge test that is required before you can get your Mississippi driver’s license. Passing the Mississippi DMV permit test is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive driving practice tests with high-quality images. The study for this driver’s license practice test is completely free.

Under the laws of Mississippi, if you operate any motor vehicle (except road and farm equipment) on the streets or highways, you must have a license or instruction permit. The Mississippi permit test has two main purposes: (1) to help you obtain a Mississippi driver’s license, and (2) to help you become a safe driver. This practice test has been written in simple, everyday language. It explains the basic intent of the Mississippi traffic laws.

Mississippi Permit Test: Practice First

Mississippi Permit TestLet’s face it, all of us wish we could pass the driving test without studying or practicing. But, most people need to study and practice. One way to practice is to take a practice test, then go take the Mississippi permit test.

If you are wondering what to study and where you can find a practice test, just contact us and we will help you. Our practice tests will help you learn who has the right of way at stop signs. The vehicle on the right gets to drive first, then you get to drive.

Our practice tests will also help you learn about:

  • Nathan’s Law. Nathan’s law describes how and when you must stop for a stopped school bus. Not knowing that information could mean you not only miss a question or two on the test, but you fail your driving test.
  • Pedestrians. In Mississippi, a pedestrian has the right of way whether or not the crosswalk is marked. That’s important to know when you are taking the test and driving.
  • Speed Limits. In Mississippi, the speed limits include both a maximum and a minimum. Not every state has that. You need to know those speed limits to pass the test, and to avoid a fine when you are driving.
  • Lights and Signs. You need to know the sign based on shape, color, and symbol. There are lots of signs, so studying and practicing is a must to pass this section of the written test.

Those are just a few of the areas that are covered on the Mississippi test. Don’t try to pass it without studying and without taking a practicing test.