If you choose to allow it, we can assist you in passing the Maine learner’s permit test. Passing this is exam is necessary if you want to legally operate a motor vehicle in Maine while you learn to drive, so it’s kind of an important step. Before you begin this important step, try our three steps to study for that ME practice permit test, because not passing an permit test on your first try is always a major pain.
1) Maine Practice Permit Test: The first step in our process to help you study for the Maine permit test is a practice test that we have compiled. It is a free multiple choice Maine practice permit test that is in the image of the actual test you will eventually take, based on the toughest questions from it.
2) Maine Drivers Manual: Always read the manual. With our system, and with permit tests, and with driving in general, this is always true. We have the Maine drivers handbook right here on this site, so you can access it from wherever you are right now. The handbook is available in many places, but we’re providing it just so it’s easier for you, no need to Google twenty different sites just to find every single piece of information you need to take the test.
3) Maine Road Signs: The driving test is going to have more signs than just STOP. Make sure you learn all of them if you want to be successful.
4) Maine Permit Test Flash Cards: Use these flash cards as many times as you need to practice for your actual Maine permit test. Remember – about half of individuals FAIL the real knowledge test the first time. So, make sure to study the full MAINE Driver’s Manual before you go to take the real knowledge test.
5) Maine Permit Test Cheat Sheet: This cheat sheet will help you remember the important test questions and help you prepare for the Maine permit test in simple easy way. You can either download or read the cheat sheet online.
Following our three easy steps is a surefire way to pass that test, you won’t fail!
Maine Permit Test FAQs:
How do I get driver’s permit in Maine?
You must apply for a Maine learner’s permit (instruction permit) if you have never had a license before. This requires a written test on safe driving techniques, traffic signs and motor vehicle laws.
After you have the instruction permit, you will be required to complete and pass a vision screening test as well as a road skills test to get a Maine intermediate driver’s license.
If you are below the age of 21, before you take the road skills test, you need to have at least 35 hours of supervised driving and hold the learner’s permit for 6 months.
How do I prepare for the Maine permit test?
Studying for this test is encouraged so you can obtain your learner’s permit when you reach the required age. Test your driving knowledge by taking the Maine practice test now. Online practice tests are available that provide real sample questions from the DMV exam.
I have recently moved to Maine. How do I get the driver’s license?
If you move to Maine and you have a license from your former state, you are required to get a Maine license within 30 days. You will be asked to turn in your out-of-state license so be sure to take it with you when you go to the DMV. You will be required to pass a vision screening test; however, you will not have to do a written test or a road skills test to change your license.
If you hold a valid license from another state and you are either 16 or 17 years old, you could be asked to show proof that you have completed an approved driver education course before you can obtain a Maine license.
What documentation do I require for ME driving permit?
Be sure that you have all the following documents with you when you got to the Maine DMV Office:
What will happen after I pass the permit test?
You will receive the following when you have met the licensing requirements:
- Restricted Driver’s License (16 years and six months to 18 years of age), which is valid for 6 years.
- Full Driver’s License (18 years of age and older), which is valid for 6 years.
Always remember—to safely operate a motor vehicle you need knowledge, skill, and an understanding that there are limitations imposed by the environment and other drivers.