This North Dakota permit test, with multiple-choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the North Dakota written knowledge test that is required before you can get your ND driver’s license. Passing the North Dakota 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.
All North Dakota residents must have a valid North Dakota operator’s license or permit in order to drive in North Dakota. For your operator’s license or permit to be valid, it must be signed by you. You must have this license or permit in your possession every time you drive. Instruction Permits allow you to legally practice driving. To receive a permit you must first pass the written examination and the visual screen test. All applicants must be at least 14 years of age. Applicants under 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian approval and sponsorship.
3 Sample Questions You Could Encounter on the North Dakota Permit Test
Are you nervous about taking the North Dakota Permit Test? If you’ve studied well and prepared with one or more of our practice tests, you have little reason to be. Still, it’s easy to get worried that something may come up for which you were unprepared. So allow us to ease your worries even further, by telling you about three types of questions you may encounter on your North Dakota Permit Test.
1) The Road Sign Question
This one’s probably the easiest, provided you’ve studied for it. You’ll simply get a picture of a road sign (such as a black arrow curving like a snake on a yellow diamond), with four possible answers. Choose the answer that most accurately describes the picture (in this case, winding road and NOT narrow road, hidden intersection, or slippery road), and you pass the question.
2) The “All are correct” Variant
When you get to a question such as a picture of a car on a slippery road and a question asking “When should you drive slower?” don’t jump to click on the first possible correct answer. Questions like these usually have more than one good answer, so look for the option that says “all are correct.” In this case, the answers “children by the road,” “slippery roads” and “curvy roads” may all be correct at once.
3) The Common Sense Question
In addition to road signs and traffic laws, your test may include a more common sense question that goes beyond the actual subject of driving. For example, you may be asked about the effects of taking another drug while under the influence of alcohol. In this case, answer with what seems like the most logical choice. There is a reason for the question, so “no effect at all” is probably incorrect. The correct answer here would be that the effect is multiplied.
Of course, the best way to prepare for the North Dakota permit test is still to practice, and take our practice quizzes! Contact us to find out how.