PennDOT Practice Test - Tag
Did you know that over 1.2 million crashes every year happen due to driver distraction and inattention to road and traffic conditions? What's even more amazing is the fact that teenagers are much more likely to miss something on the road when they get distracted than an average adult driver. The PennDOT does a great job at uncovering these statistics in the drivers handbook and questions on accident prevention almost always appear on the PennDOT permit test. Today we will be looking at one of such questions from the PennDOT practice test.
While there is some debate as to what needs to be learned first - road rules or road signs, you will still need to learn both of them. In our opinion, it is easier to start learning the rules, this way when you get to road signs, you will already understand why there is a need for certain signs. While the PennDOT permit test does not contain a separate section on road signs, like permit tests in other states do, it still contains quite a few questions on what road signs mean and you will have to learn them well if you want to pass. To help you learn Pennsylvania road signs, we included a number of road signs questions into our PennDOT practice test.
Those who never held a Pennsylvania drivers license and would like to start driving some time in the future will have to undergo a series of tests before they can hit the road and taking a Pennsylvania permit test at the PennDOT is the first step of the process. The 2013 PennDOT practice permit test is a great way for you to get prepared for the exam. You may be able to find a DMV PA practice permit test on the Department of Transportation website or at one of many private websites that either offer a free PennDOT practice test 2013 or may charge you a small fee for accessing these study materials. Practice sample questions produce the best results if you read the official PennDOT drivers handbook before you start taking the tests.