Preparing for the Idaho written knowledge test is a smart move but only with the right tools. Add our Idaho permit practice test to your study session now. Featuring 40 multiple choice questions carefully selected and based on the essential chapters of the Idaho Driver’s Handbook, the practice test is the perfect study tool. You can expect questions on the rules of the road, including:
- Regulatory Signs, Warning Signs, Guide Signs
- Traffic Lights
- Defensive Driving
- Dealing With Emergency Situations
- Sharing the Road With Others
- Driving in Inclement Weather
From scenic I-90 across the north to the twisty and exciting SR 75 in the south, Idaho is a state that gives true depth and dimension to the thrills of the open road. From a sliver of Yellowstone to the startling scenes of the Craters of the Moon National Monument, the signs in Idaho are undeniably moving. Offering up a panorama of sweeping vistas in the eastern flatlands and the incredible views of — and from — the Rockies in the west, the Spud St–err, sorry, the Gem State is a paradise of two-wheeling ecstasy, and the laws there make it fairly easy to get started.
If you want to drive in the state of Idaho and you do not have a license, you will have to get a Idaho Learners Permit. You must be at least 14 years and 6 months old to take the test. You must also be a Idaho Resident or a resident of another State enrolled in a Idaho Driver Education & Training.
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