Minnesota DVS Driver’s License Practice Test

ATTENTION!

Taking a driver's license test? Be prepared to satisfy any auto insurance requirements. Click below for a free insurance quote.

Please enter your zip code to get started.

Practice Test Instructions:

  • Choose the best answer and receive instant feedback.
  • Click next to go to the next question.
  • Check your results at the end.
  • Start a new version and keep studying!


Each test contains questions based on information in the official driver's handbook.

Good luck - PuedoManejar.com!


AD

Want to Pass Your DMV Written Test the First Time?

Get Your Study Guide and Pass the Written Exam!

✔Over 97% of customers pass the first time

✔Study on your computer, phone, or tablet

100% money back guarantee if you don't pass


AD

Get Your Written Test Study Guide!

Your Results!

Total Questions
Questions Attempted
Correct Answers
Wrong Answers
Your Total Score
Percentage

PuedoManejar.com! - Free DMV Practice Tests & So Much More


AD

Want to Pass Your DMV Written Test the First Time?

Get Your Study Guide!

5 ratings

Find more free DMV practice tests from PuedoManejar.com to help you pass your real exams!

Examen de Manejo Minnesota en Español

Pass the written test for your Minnesota driver’s license the first time! Use this free practice test to help you prepare.

Ready to test your knowledge? Take the Minnesota DMV permit practice test.

MN DVS Sample Test Questions

Use these sample questions in addition to the Minnesota DVS practice test above to study for your driver’s license written exam. These questions are based on information you can find in your official driver’s handbook. 

1. What does no standing mean?

  1. You can only stop briefly when picking up or dropping off passengers.
  2. You cannot stop there at any time.
  3. You cannot park there.
  4. Pedestrians can not use that portion of the sidewalk.

2. If you drive faster than other vehicles on a road with one lane in each direction:

  1. You won’t have any tailgaters.
  2. You’ll reach your destination faster.
  3. You’ll increase the risk of a collision.
  4. Other drivers must yield to you when you want to pass.

3. Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit in school zones is:

  1. 10 mph.
  2. 35 mph.
  3. 25 mph.
  4. 30 mph.

4. The proper way in which to make a right turn is:

  1. Get into the right lane and complete the turn immediately.
  2. Swing to the left before making the turn.
  3. Get into the right lane, but do not slow down.
  4. Use your turn signal, get into the right lane, slow down, and yield to pedestrians.

5. Water on the road can cause a vehicle to hydroplane. Your car may hydroplane at speeds as low as:

  1. 25 mph.
  2. 35 mph.
  3. 45 mph.
  4. 55 mph.

Please refer to the section below to find the answers to the sample questions above. 

Driving secrets they don't want you to know about. Save time. Save money.

Sign up for exclusive access.

* indicates required

MN DVS Written Test Answers

Check your answers below to see how you did. Click through to find an explanation for each topic. Remember to read through your driver’s handbook to gain an understanding of each topic that may show up on the official exam. 

1. What does no standing mean? A. You can only stop briefly when picking up or dropping off passengers.

2. If you drive faster than other vehicles on a road with one lane in each direction: C. You’ll increase the risk of a collision.

3. Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit in school zones is: C. 25 mph.

4. The proper way in which to make a right turn is: D. Use your turn signal, get into the right turn lane, slow down, and yield to pedestrians.

5. Water on the road can cause a vehicle to hydroplane. Your car may hydroplane at speeds as low as: B. 35 mph.

Continue studying for your Minnesota knowledge test with more free DMV practice tests and explanations in our DMV written test question and answers section. 

Minnesota Driver’s Manual

Here’s what you’ll find in the MN driver’s manual:

  • Information about your Driver’s License.
  • Information about your Vehicle.
  • Traffic and Vehicle Operation Laws.
  • Sharing the Road.
  • Signs, Traffic Lights and Pavement Markings.
  • Driving Conditions.
  • Your Driving Privilege.
  • Alcohol or Drug Intoxicated Driving.

Minnesota DVS Written Test Requirements

The Minnesota driver’s license written test contains 40 questions multiple choice and true / false questions based on information in the driver’s manual.

You must answer at least 32 questions correctly to pass the test.

You will be tested on traffic laws and traffic signs.

After Passing Your Written Exam

If you have never had a driver’s license before, you will need to obtain a learner’s permit after passing the written test. The time required to have the permit will depend on your age.

Minnesota Driver’s License & Testing FAQs

Check out the FAQs below to find answers to common questions about getting your driver’s license and taking your written test.

What is the minimum age to obtain a Minnesota learner’s permit?

You must be at least 15 years old to qualify for a Minnesota driver’s permit.

How long do you have to have a learner’s permit?

If you are under 18, you will have to keep the learner’s permit for at least 6 months.

If you are at least 19 years old, you will have to keep the learner’s permit for at least 3 months.

What are the supervised driving requirements if you are under 18 in MN?

You must complete at least 50 hours of supervised driving practice with a licensed adult that is at least 21 years old.

How many questions are there in the written test of the driver’s license in MN?

There are 40 questions in total about the written test for your driver’s license.

How many correct questions do you need to get in order to pass the test?

You must answer at least 32 questions correctly (80%).

What happens if you fail the written test?

If you fail the test, you will have to wait at least 1 day. Only one written exam attempt per day is allowed.

How old must you be to apply for a driver’s license in Minnesota?

You are eligible for a provisional driver’s license if you are at least 16 years old.

You will be eligible for a full license once you are at least 18 years old or have a provisional license for at least 12 months.