Do you know what single white line pavement markings indicate? Do you know how to proceed when approaching a roundabout? Maryland permit practice test 4 includes even more questions on the rules of the road to ensure you get the practice you need before test day. Modeled after the real exam, this practice test features 40 multiple choice questions based on the information found in the Maryland Driver’s Handbook. Like the real exam, you will need to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly. Answer a question incorrectly and you will be provided with instant feedback.
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
For such a small state, Maryland has a whopping five totally distinct regions for driving through. The eastern shores of Chesapeake offer beaches, flatlands, and serenity. The region around Annapolis is an urban center full of amenities. Central Maryland provides hills exciting curves. Finally, the western side of the state homes the Appalachians, the state’s largest mountain, and some of its most beautiful scenery. No matter where you go, there are exciting drives to be found in the Old Line state.
If you want to drive in the state of Maryland and you do not have a license, you will have to get a Maryland Learners Permit. You must be at least 15 years and 9 months old to take the test. You must also be a Maryland Resident or a resident of another State enrolled in an Maryland Driver Education & Training.
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