Whether you are a Missouri driver ed student or an adult studying for your first operator's permit, you need to know the material to pass your driver license exam.
While all of the questions on the Missouri driver license test come from the driver's handbook, it is impossible for most people to memorize all of the information in the handbook. So how can you be fully prepared for any question you might see on your driver license exam?
DTA offers three subject areas for driver license testing – standard (cars and light trucks), motorcycle, and commercial motor vehicle. Each test is filled with questions that will prepare you for the type of vehicle you intend to drive.
Studying for your Missouri driver license test should focus on three main areas: behind the wheel driving, driver handbook content, and the practice test. You can't learn everything you need to know from the practice test alone.
Make sure you have read the contents of the Missouri driver's handbook from cover to cover before you take your written road signs and road rules test. The handbook explains licensing procedures, Missouri's point system for traffic offenses, how to keep your license from becoming suspended, and other important facts that every driver should know.
Much of the handbook consists of pictures. You will see several different road signs, from construction signs to warning signs and regulatory signs. Be sure you know what all of the signs mean, as part of your test will require that you identify Missouri road signs.
The Missouri driver's handbook can be viewed online at http://dor.mo.gov/drivers/dlguide/.
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