For Michigan high school students, getting that first driver license is a very big deal.
As you know, you can't just walk in and pay your fee to get a license. First you have to pass the test.
While DTA can't help teach you behind the wheel skills, we have an excellent way to prepare you for your Michigan driver license exam. We offer a practice test that presents the same kinds of questions you will find on your actual test.
Highway traffic laws can be complex even for drivers who have years of experience. In order to get your first license, you'll need to be familiar with rules of the road relating to passing, driving through intersections, driving around bicycles and motorcycles, changing lanes, and so forth.
While an online practice test is a great way to prepare yourself for your driver license test, it is no substitute for a careful and thorough review of the Michigan driver's handbook. The driver's handbook provides useful diagrams for intersection crossings, as well as a complete list of all the various road signs you must be able to identify.
Learning out of a book or online course will provide you with the knowledge you need to pass your test, but you must also practice actual behind the wheel driving with a capable licensed driver. Having a person with driving experience next to you in the vehicle will not only increase your confidence, but provide you with helpful advice that you won't get from a book.
DTA hopes that all Michigan teens will focus on safety while learning how to drive. Ask your parents or driver ed instructor whenever you have a question about anything that you cannot find an answer to in the driver's handbook.
This online Michigan driver license practice test has been developed by I Drive Safely® and is offered in partnership with Driver Training Associates, Inc.