Alabama DMV Practice Test
- Know the answers before you take the test
- Unlimited DMV practices
- Available with a money-back guarantee
With this fantastic extremely FAST and EASY Alabama DMV practice test course, you will pass your written test with confidence, eliminate the need for textbooks, avoid the 50 percent failure rate, and be certain that the course is 100 percent guarantee.
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Pass your written test on the first try!
How our course works: Once you log in, you are introduced to 20 random road rules and road sign questions similar to those on the Alabama driver's license test. You are allowed to complete the test as many times as you like, because test questions change each time you log in. At the end of each question, you will be provided the correct answers, accompanied with detailed explanations.
- Just like having the answers BEFORE you take the test!
- Memorize the Road Signs and Road Rules Tests.
- Offered on a money-back guarantee
When you have successfully taken, and passed, each test at least five times. We can guarantee that you will pass the test the FIRST time at your local Alabama DPS office, or we will fully refund the cost of course!
The smart way to pass your Alabama driver's license!
This course will provide you with the best possible preparation to pass your driver's license test. When you complete our easy to use, easy to learn online prep course, you are learning proven teaching methods that have been developed for our military service members. Not only will you pass, but will also drive away with the skills necessary to be a safe driver!
- Take our fun, easy, and interactive course - you can log in any time!
- Learn the Rules of the Road and Road Signs!
- Unlimited practice exams, offered on our money-back guarantee
How to Get Your Alabama Driver's License
Under AL DPS guidelines, you need to be at least 16 years old to apply for an Alabama Stage II (restricted) driver's license.
First Time Drivers
If this is your first driver's license, you will need to apply for you Alabama learner's permit. This will require you to pass a written test on road rules and road signs, motor vehicle laws, and safe driving techniques. Once you have received a valid learner's permit, you will then need to pass a road skills and vision test to receive your AL Stage II license.
Prepare for the Written Knowledge Test
The Alabama DPS requires that all applicants must pass the written exam on traffic signs, motor vehicle laws, and safe driving techniques. If you fail this exam, some states require you to wait usually a day to re-attempt the test (with a re-examination fee).
Test your driving knowledge today! All new drivers are encouraged to study for this driver education exam so you don't miss the opportunity to get your license as soon as you reach the certain age. So take our Alabama DMV practice test today!