California DMV Practice Test
Xzelenz Media launched California DMV Practice Test on December 1, 2016. The new website focus on the DMV driver examination test in California. Based on resources provided by driversprep.com, it has several sample and practice tests to help applicants study for the instruction permit or full class C driver license.
All sample tests have 30 questions. It is less than the real knowledge exam, which has 46 questions if you are under 18 years. A DMV test for anyone 18 years or older has 36 questions.
Why It Is So Important to Learn California Rules
Traffic crashes are the number one cause of death for you people between 16 and 24 years. Driver inexperience causes most these crashes. In other words, young and newly licensed drivers are much more likely to be involved in a crash than more experienced drivers.
This is why all states in United States have a Graduated Driver License Program, which starts with a supervised driving period.
In California, teenagers must complete 50 hours of supervised driving (including 10 hours of night-driving). A parent or guardian must certify that the proper number of hours has been completed. The teenager must also enroll in and complete at least 6 hours of a driver training course.
DMV issues a provisional license when a teenager between 16 and 18 years passes the road test. The provisional license comes with certain restrictions for the first 12 months or until the driver is 18 years.
Study Guide and Resource Bank
Besides from being a study guide and help to pass the written test, California DMV Practice Test also has resources for anyone who wants to learn more. California rules of the road, news flashes, and vehicle code are explained in simple language. The purpose is to improve overall driver knowledge and to make roads safer.
The website is not intended to replace the California Driver Handbook issued by CA Department of Motor Vehicles or the official California vehicle code. For precise legal statements, you should always refer to official documents.