Michigan Permit Test: Pass it the First Time
We want you to have bragging rights on passing the Michigan driving test the first time. While it might seem everyone passes, not everyone does. So, be one who does pass it the first time.
What do you need to do?
You need to study for the test. You need to know the following:
- Speeds: The examination will ask questions to see if you know that school zones are 25 mph and non-posted rural roadways are 5 mph.
- Passing: There are test questions to see if you know what type of line on the road says you can pass another vehicle.
- Pedestrians: Test questions are written to see if you know when a pedestrian has the right of way.
- Intersections: Different controlled and uncontrolled intersection regulations exist, and you need to know the difference.
- Right Turns: In Michigan, you can sometimes turn right at a red light, and sometimes you can’t. The test will have questions to see if you have studied that material.
- Stopping: The Michigan driving test will ask questions to see if you know to stop when coming from an alley and for a guide dog. The test will also ask questions to see if you know when to stop at a railroad crossing.
- School Bus: Most people know to stop for a school bus when the red lights are flashing. But the driving test will ask questions to see if you know how far away from the bus you need to stop.
Want Help Studying?
The manual for the Michigan permit test is over 150 pages. You need to know everything in that manual to pass the test. Want some help? If yes, we’d love to help you. Just contact us. We will help you with practice tests that will help you study:
- How to use seat belts, and how to safely use car seats.
- The signs are based on shape, size, and symbols. For example, a circle with a line through it means “no,” and a yellow pennant sign indicates no passing zone.
- The difference between solid white lines, broken white lines, solid yellow lines, and broken yellow lines. We will also help you learn how to recognize bicycle lanes and what the stop lines and directional arrows painted on roads mean.
- Most people know what a red, yellow, or green light means. But we will help you learn what it means when those colors are flashing and when there is an arrow within the color.
- Michigan uses HAWK signals, and we will help you learn what the different colors mean and what it means when those colors are flashing or are steady.
- You need to check the parts of your car, such as turn signals, brake lights, and windshield wipers. We’ll also help you learn about blind spots and how to check your blind spots.
- Michigan has a Basic Speed Law, and we will help you understand what that law means for you as a driver.
As you can see, Michigan has several laws and regulations you must know to pass the driving test. Take time, learn the material, study, and contact us for practice tests.
Those are just part of the items you need to know for the driving test. There is a lot of information you need to study. Instead of studying on your own and hoping for the best, please get in touch with us and let us help.