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New Hampshire Driver's License
New Hampshire Driver's License

The New Hampshire written knowledge test doesn’t have to be a challenge.  Start preparing now with our New Hampshire permit practice test.  Featuring 40 multiple choice questions carefully selected and based on the essential chapters of the New Hampshire 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

New Hampshire, the “Granite State”, is a beautiful and challenging place for drivers who enjoy a few hills, twists and turns. You’ll enjoy driving by thousands of lakes, and there is just 13 miles of coastline—but that 13 miles makes a great ride and beautiful destination if you’d like to spend some time at the tranquil Atlantic coast. New England in general is full of car owners and drivers, so you’ll be in good company all throughout the state and the entire region. If you’re looking for a good, challenging and fun drive, try Kancamagus on Route 118—there are plenty of twists and turns, and some of the best scenery in New England. 

If you want to drive in New Hampshire and you do not have a license, you will have to get a New Hampshire Learners Permit. You must be at least 15 years and 6 months old to take the test. You must also be a New Hampshire Resident or a resident of another State enrolled in a New Hampshire Driver Education & Training.

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