This Tennessee DMV permit practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Tennessee written knowledge test that is required before you can get your driver’s license. Passing the Tennessee Drivers License Test is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive driving practice tests with high-quality images. Study for this driver’s license practice test is completely free.
If you live in Tennessee and want to drive a motor vehicle, you must have a valid Tennessee driver license or Certificate for Driving. Instructional permits are issued in conjunction with another class of license, indicating the class of vehicle which the operator is legally entitled to drive. To obtain a Class PD license, you must have reached your fifteenth birthday and pass the written and vision tests. You will be permitted to operate an automobile only when accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old and who must occupy the seat beside the driver.
If you have completed a defensive driving course, you may be able to save on your auto insurance premiums when buying a new or used car either by financing, leasing or through bank car loan.
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Tennessee DMV Practice Test – Quiz 1 (Signs)
Tennessee DMV Practice Test – Quiz 2 (Signs)
Tennessee DMV Practice Test – Quiz 3 (Rules)
Tennessee DMV Practice Test – Quiz 4 (Rules)
Tennessee DMV Practice Test – Quiz 5 (Rules)
Tennessee DMV Practice Test – Quiz 6 (Rules)
Tennessee DMV Practice Test – Quiz 7 (Rules)
Tennessee Drivers License Test: Be a safe driver
The state of Tennessee is committed to having safe, knowledgeable, and competent drivers. That includes making sure all drivers pass the Tennessee drivers license test. If you are a person who gets anxious about tests, don’t worry. We have that taken care of.
How? Just contact us and we will help you study for the test and let you take a practice test.
But first, go to the DMV site and download the online manual. Take some time to read it and study. You need to know these things.
In Tennessee, fluorescent yellow-green is now used for school zones instead of yellow. You also need to know what other colors mean: Orange, red, and green. Check out the manual to see all the colors.
You also need to know signs by the shape. For example, a triangle means yield, and an octagon is stop. Check out the manual to see all the shapes.
In Tennessee, roads are marked with white and yellow lines. Some are solid and some are dashes. Some lines are also a mix of solid and dashed. You need to know what the solid and dashed mean. Don’t worry, the manual tell you the answers and we will help you remember by taking practice tests.
Those are just a few of the things you need to know to pass the test. Sounds tough? Remember, Tennessee wants safe drivers, so they want to know you can pass the test. But also remember, we are here to help you!