Free Illinois DMV Practice Permit Test Four 2023 | IL
Looking for a bit of practice before test day? Take the guesswork out of preparing for the Illinois written knowledge test with our Illinois permit practice test. Featuring 40 multiple choice questions based on the information located in select chapters of the Illinois Driver’s Handbook, this powerful study aid is an essential tool. You will need to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly to pass but with handy features like answer explanations and unlimited attempts, you’ll have help every step of the way.
You can expect questions on the rules of the road, including:
- Regulatory Signs, Warning Signs, Guide Signs
- Traffic Lights
- Defensive Driving
- Dealing With Emergency Situations
- Sharing the Road With Others
- Driving in Inclement Weather
From the 14-mile stretch of twisty fun called Blackjack Road that stretches from Galena to Savannah, to the mind-blowingly scenic 96-mile stretch of highways that connect Savannah to Rockton, Illinois has something to offer every motorbiking enthusiast. The streets of Chicago might not seem like the best place for a driver, but the Northwest Hills (in the — surprise — northwest!) and the Shawnee Hills in the south offer an array of scenic and even treacherous roads. The vast and open Grand Prairie region in between displays a vast and beautiful set of ‘easy cruising’ roads. Between the cityscape, the hills, and the plains, there’s little that a driver could seek that Illinois can’t offer.
If you want to drive in the state of Illinois and you do not have a license, you will have to get a Illinois Learners Permit. You must be at least 15 years old to take the test. You must also be an Illinois Resident or a resident of another State enrolled in an Illinois Driver Education & Training.
- Identify Knowledge Gaps
- Track Your Progress
- Unlimited Attempts
- Get Detailed Feedback