Arizona MVD driving test, AZ drivers license, CDL, motorcycle practice test
AZ Driver Practice Test
this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual Arizona MVD test and will help you pass your Arizona Drivers's permit test with flying colors.
AZ Motorcycle Practice Test
learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your MVD's written test to obtain your Arizona motorcycle license.
AZ CDL Practice Test
be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your Arizona commercial driver license.
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Multiple ways of learning of MVD Arizona
Arizona road rules theory can be learn and memorized by Arizona MVD's flash cards or MVD Arizona's list of questions option or both. Choose whatever options works best for you. Become better driver in Arizona.
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You can challenge your knowledge of theory by our MVD Arizona's mock test or MVD Arizona's marathon test for unlimited times for free. More you challenge yourself more you will learn Arizona MVD's driving rules.
Read PDF Arizona MVD's manual
Reading MVD's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in Arizona state. We suggest to read a Arizona MVD's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
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Free Online Knowledge Practice Test for Arizona
In Arizona, it is allowed to learn to drive on state roads starting from the age of 15 ½. At this age, you can file an application for a graduated instruction permit, enabling you to drive a passenger vehicle under supervision of a licensed driver who is over 21. After obtaining the necessary driving experience under your Class G permit and upon the attainment of the age of 16, you will be able to apply for Class G license, intended for persons aged 16-18. If you are over 18, you can apply for your Class D operator license, but only upon receiving an operator permit for developing behind-the-wheel skills. Both the operator and graduated permits require passing the vision and knowledge examinations.
The knowledge test consists of 30 questions based on the Driver License Manual (can be found on the official AZ DMV website or on Driver-Start.com). It is conducted in computer-based form with audio assistance (in some cases testing in oral form is permitted). You can make only 6 mistakes and if you fail the exam, you can have 3 more attempts within a year from a date of application.
When applying for the knowledge test, you have to pay $7 for your instruction permit and to provide the following documents:
- an application form;
- 2 or 3 documents from lists of primary and secondary documents, proving your identification, age and authorized presence.
In Arizona, Class M license or endorsement is an essential prerequisite for riding both motorcycles and motor-driven cycles. Persons under the age of 16 are not allowed to put in for Class M, but at the age of 15 ½, you gain the right to apply for a motorcycle instruction permit (valid for 7 months). Having the permit, a person can ride a motorcycle to get prepared for the following road exam, while observing some restrictions.
In case you have no driver license at all, it is necessary to pass both the general and motorcycle operator tests alongside a vision screening. When holding an instruction permit or a driver license, you have to undergo the motorcycle operator test only. It is not required to pass this test provided that you have Motorcycle Safety Foundation card upon the completion a respective course. Persons holding an out-of-state license or endorsement are also exempt from both knowledge and road testing.
The written test is built upon the Motorcycle operator manual and held in written form (in both English and Spanish). Oral exam and testing with an interpreter provided by an applicant are also available.
Commercial Driver’s License
A commercial instruction permit can be obtained by persons aged 18 and older. Being valid for 6 months, it allows behind-the-wheel practice, which is necessary for passing a road test and getting a driver license of A, B or C class. Note that being under 21, you can earn a commercial learner permit valid only in Arizona.
Vision and knowledge tests are required for earning the commercial instruction permit. There can be more than one knowledge test depending on a class of CDL, e.g., you may need to practice the CDL combination test. Regardless of the number of tests, you must get at least 80% of the correct answers during each test. In addition to the above-stated documents, you have to provide:
- a medical examiner certificate;
- an operator license;
- proof of residence;
- proof of 1 year of driving experience (except motorcycles).
Also, you have to pay the corresponding fees depending on the class of the vehicle.
To improve your chances of getting through the testing, Driver Start offers the DMV permit test study guide along with our useful app, which allows you to learn and practice the test questions on your mobile devices.
Regardless of the license class, you need to obtain, you are welcome to use helpful Driver Start services, which offer comfortable and effective learning/training methods. You can either take the permit test online or download our easy-to-use application that is available both on the App Store and Google Play to prepare yourself for your upcoming knowledge test at a local DMV center. All the flash cards and lists of questions are based on the current Arizona (AZ) DMV manuals providing you with an easy and fast way to get prepared for the testing.
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