Permit Practice Tests (360 questions)
01Q 1-40Permit Test 180% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
02Q 41-80Permit Test 280% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
03Q 81-120Permit Test 380% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
04Q 121-160Permit Test 480% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
05Q 161-210Road Signs Test80% needed to pass; 10 mistakes allowed
0630 random QDMV Test Simulator80% needed to pass; 6 mistakes allowed
07Q 211-360Mega Test80% needed to pass; 30 mistakes allowed
Hawaii Permit Test FAQ
Applying for Your HI Permit
When can I apply for a learner’s permit in Hawaii?
Teens can apply for a Hawaii Learner’s Permit when they are 15½ years old.
What are the requirements to get my learner's permit?
You will need to provide a certified copy of your birth certificate to establish proof of age. You will also need to provide a signed parental consent form. After providing the proper documentation, you will then need to pass a written knowledge test and a vision test to receive your Learner’s Permit.
How many questions are on the Hawaii permit test?
There are 30 questions on the written knowledge test.
How many questions must I answer correctly to pass?
You must answer at least 24 questions correctly to pass the exam.
How should I prepare for the Hawaii permit test?
As with most tests, the key to passing is studying properly. Research indicates that one of the best ways to study for the written knowledge test is to take multiple online practice exams that provide real sample questions from the written knowledge test. Click on the link to take a Hawaii practice permit test and test your driving knowledge.
Where do I take the Hawaii permit test?
In Hawaii, licensing is governed at the state level and also regulated at the county level by county directors of finance. To determine your requirements based on where you live, please visit http://www.honolulu.gov/%E2%80%A6/sit%E2%80%A6/26204-services-and-locations.
How much does the Hawaii permit test cost?
Fees vary by county but in general average $10.
What can I expect on test day?
When you visit the local driver exam office with a parent or guardian you will need to bring two forms of identification proving your age and your name. You will also need to confirm you have a Social Security Number. Then you will need to pass the written knowledge test and a vision test to receive your Learner’s Permit.