Florida DHSMV driving test, FL drivers license, CDL, motorcycle practice test
FL Driver Practice Test
this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual Florida DHSMV test and will help you pass your Florida Drivers's permit test with flying colors.
FL Motorcycle Practice Test
learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your DHSMV's written test to obtain your Florida motorcycle license.
FL CDL Practice Test
be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your Florida commercial driver license.
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Multiple ways of learning of DHSMV Florida
Florida road rules theory can be learn and memorized by Florida DHSMV's flash cards or DHSMV Florida's list of questions option or both. Choose whatever options works best for you. Become better driver in Florida.
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You can challenge your knowledge of theory by our DHSMV Florida's mock test or DHSMV Florida's marathon test for unlimited times for free. More you challenge yourself more you will learn Florida DHSMV's driving rules.
Read PDF Florida DHSMV's manual
Reading DHSMV's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in Florida state. We suggest to read a Florida DHSMV's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
Be ready to PASS your final Florida DHSMV Driver's Permit Test!
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Florida DHSMV Requirements for DL Applicants
Florida offers Class E driver license for all types of passenger vehicles with a passenger seat configuration of up to 14 persons, for non-commercial trucks and vehicles with GVWR under 26 001 pounds and for 2- or 3-wheeled motorcycles, mopeds, etc. The license is required for all FL residents and non-residents driving on the public roads, except:
- government employees and the Armed Forces members, including their families;
- licensed drivers from other states traveling between their home and work in Florida on a regular basis;
- non-residents, holding NCDL from any other U.S. states or an International driver permit complemented with U.S. DL;
- non-resident contractors of companies working for the U.S. government;
- non-resident students studying at FL colleges;
- non-resident migrant farm workers holding DL from another state.
Florida DHSMV allows qualifying for Class E license from the age of 16, but you may put in for a learner’s license when you turn 15. Regardless of age, novice drivers, who have never held DL, must complete a Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course before addressing the DHSMV. Then, you have to collect identification documents and undergo an eye examination and an FL driver license permit test. The package of documents must cover:
- primary identification;
- residence (must be supported with 2 documents).
Minors have to present a parental consent form and to prove their school attendance. Both Class E and learner’s license fees make up $48 that must be paid prior to the testing. Class E knowledge exam includes 50 questions, 80% of which must be answered correctly.
When you got a learner’s license, you have to hold it for 12 months or wait until your 18th birthday before applying for Class E DL. If you are over 18, you don’t have to wait and can move on to a road exam as soon as you are ready.
People who moved to Florida from other states with a motorcycle endorsement do not have to complete a mandatory motorcycle course in the state, except residents of Alabama. Persons under the age of 16 and those who have only a learner’s license are not allowed to operate motorcycles on state roads. You need to earn an appropriate endorsement in your DL, or a motorcycle-only license to gain this right. Regardless of the license type and your age, you are required to complete an approved safety course specifically for motorcycle riders. If you hold Class E license and have already completed the course, you must pay $7 fee and present your ID to the DL office to receive the endorsement.
Commercial Driver’s License
General rules apply to applicants for CDL in FL: they must be at least 18 to conduct intrastate transportation and at least 21 to transport passengers, cargo, and hazardous materials between states. In both cases, they must have a Class E license and undergo pre-driving testing to obtain commercial learner’s permit before Florida CDL practice test. The pre-driving testing includes a number of exams with a mandatory general knowledge examination. Also, the applicants have to pay the $75 CDL fee and $7 fee for each endorsement.
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