Montana driving is awesome, but the test to get a Montana learner’s permit is less awesome. Check out our test study system; only three steps to learn everything you need to know for that test. There’s no need to sign up for anything, or even give us a name or e-mail address. It’s also completely free, don’t trust any other Montana permit practice guides, accept no substitutes!
- Montana Practice Permit Test: Here you can take an online practice test of the Montana learner’s permit test. It’s simple and intuitive to use, done with the same multiple choice style as the actual MT permit test that you will eventually have to take.
- Montana Drivers Manual: Like any test for any class you have ever taken in the past, there is a textbook involved. Luckily, it’s a free textbook called the Montana drivers handbook, and it’s available at the DMV, their web site, and even right here! Not only do you not have to leave your house, you don’t even have to leave this page! Also, it’s not a particularly long or hard text to get through, just a series of rules and regulations that all automobile, motorcycle, and any other road vehicle operators need to know.
- Montana Road Signs: Montana’s road signs are pretty easy to learn, you’ve most likely seen them every single day of your entire life. Sometimes, when it comes to crunch time and you take a test, that’s not enough. So we have a simple study guide of all the signs you will need to know.
- Montana Permit Test Flash Cards: Use these flash cards as many times as you need to practice for your actual Montana permit test. Remember – about half of individuals FAIL the real knowledge test the first time. So, make sure to study the full Montana Driver’s Manual before you go to take the real knowledge test.
- Montana Permit Test Cheat Sheet: This cheat sheet will help you remember the important test questions and help you prepare for the Montana permit test in simple easy way. You can either download or read the cheat sheet online.
That’s all there is to it, you can pass that test!
Montana Permit Test FAQs:
How do I get driver’s permit in Montana?
If you have never had a driver’s license before, you must apply for a Missouri learner’s permit (instruction permit). This requires that you pass a written exam on safe driving techniques, traffic signs and motor vehicle laws. After you get the learner’s permit, you must pass a vision test and a road skills test to get a first year restricted license in Montana.
If you are under the age of 18, you must have 50 hours (10 of which are at night) of supervised driving and hold a learner’s permit for a minimum of 6 months before you can take the road skills test.
How do I prepare for the Montana permit test?
You are encouraged to study for this exam so that you can obtain your learner’s permit as soon as you reach the required age. You can take an online practice exam that provides actual sample questions from the DMV exam. Test your driving knowledge by taking the Montana practice permit test now.
I have recently moved to Montana. How do I get the driver’s license?
If you move to Montana and you have a license from another state, you must get a Montana license with 60 days. You will be asked to turn in your out-of-state license, so be sure to bring it with you when you head to the DMV in Montana.
You will be required to pass a vision screening and you could be asked to pass a written and driving test. Those who have a valid out-of-state license could have the written and driving tests waived at the discretion of the examiners.
I am from the overseas. Do I have to apply for the Montana driver’s license?
If you have an International Driving Permit (IDP) and a foreign driver’s license, you can drive in Montana for up to 12 months. You cannot exchange your IDP and foreign license for a Montana license. If you do not have a license, all tests must be passed.
What documentation do I require for MT driving permit?
Ensure that you have all the following documents to get your driver’s license when you go to the Montana DMV office:
What will happen after I pass the permit test?
You will receive the following when you have met your licensing requirements have been met:
- Intermediate Driver’s License (15 to 20 years of age), which is valid up to 4 years.
- Full driver’s license (21 and older), which is valid up to 8 years.
Always remember—to operate a vehicle safely, you must have knowledge, practiced skill and respectfully understand the limitations that can be imposed by the environment as well as other drivers.