If you’re planning on getting a learner’s permit in Maryland, then you have to take an MD permit test first. Exams are always annoying, especially when you just want to get out on the road. Our three part process will help you pass that exam and do just that! Anyone can use this simple system, it’s just really that easy!
1) Maryland Practice Permit Test: This Maryland practice permit test is similar to the one you’ll have to take; it’s multiple choice questions based on the common, everyday rules and laws you’ll encounter while driving a car. Our test is free, and can be taken right here, don’t waste time and money with other sites or books about taking the Maryland permit test.
2) Maryland Drivers Manual: The Maryland drivers manual contains the unfettered knowledge you will need in order to pass that test. This is the same manual that is passed out in driver’s ed classes all over Maryland, and at the official web site. Read it here, at your leisure, and bone up for that test!
3) Maryland Road Signs: Don’t go to that test without knowing the signs! The road signs, that is! Road signs are an important element of the Maryland permit exam, and will be tested heavily. So study heavily first! Don’t let something as easily memorized as road signs get you down!
4) Maryland Permit Test Flash Cards: Use these flash cards as many times as you need to practice for your actual Maryland permit test. Remember – about half of individuals FAIL the real knowledge test the first time. So, make sure to study the full MARYLAND Driver’s Manual before you go to take the real knowledge test.
5) Maryland Permit Test Cheat Sheet: This cheat sheet will help you remember the important test questions and help you prepare for the Maryland permit test in simple easy way. You can either download or read the cheat sheet online.
All you need to know for that exam is right here, we believe in our system, and we believe in you! Now go out there, and get that learner’s permit!
Maryland Permit Test FAQs:
How do I get driver’s permit in Maryland?
If you have never had a driver’s license before you must apply for a learner’s permit in Maryland. This requires a written exam on safe driving techniques, traffic signs and motor vehicle laws. After you obtain the learner’s permit, you must pass a vision screening test and a road skill test before you can obtain a Maryland driver’s license. You need to call 1-410-768-7000 to schedule an appointment for the road skills test for the provisional license. If you fail the test, another appointment will have to be made to retake the test.
Before taking the road test, if you are under the age of 18, you must hold a learner’s permit for 9 months, complete 60 hours (10 at night) of supervised driving and also complete a standardized driver education course that is licensed and approved by the Maryland MVA.
If you are below the age of 21, you must have held the learner’s permit for 6 months and also have at least 35 hours of supervised driving before you can take the road test.
How do I prepare for the Maryland 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 Maryland practice test now. Online practice tests are available that provide real sample questions from the DMV exam.
I have recently moved to Maryland. How do I get the driver’s license?
If you move to Maryland and you have a license from another state, you must get a Maryland driver’s license with 60 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 MVA.
You will need to pass a vision screening test; however, you will not be required to do a written exam or road skills test to change your license.
You will be required to take the vision, written and road skills tests if your former license has been expired for more than a year.
Out-of-state learner’s permits cannot be exchanged for a Maryland permit or license. You will be issued a Maryland Provisional License if you have been licensed for fewer than 18 months.
I am from the overseas. Do I have to apply for the Maryland driver’s license?
If you have a valid license from another country and an international driving permit and you want to exchange them, you must take the vision, written and road skills test. You must complete a 3 hour alcohol and drug awareness course if you have never had a driver’s license in the U.S. You must obtain a learner’s permit if you are from another country and have never had a license.
What documentation do I require for MD driving permit?
Ensure that you have all the following documents when you go to the Maryland 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 nine months to 18 years of age), which is valid for 5 years.
- Full Driver’s License (18 years of age and older), which is valid for 5 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.