Select Your Free 2024 WI Permit Practice Test to Get Started

Select Your <strong>Free 2024 WI Permit Practice Test</strong> to Get Started
Wisconsin isn’t just America’s Dairyland — its roads connect some of the nation’s most beautiful vistas. Get lovely glimpses of the Mississippi River along US 61, or take Highway 13 to cruise along the Lake Superior Byway. From great lakes to state parks and urban centers like Milwaukee and Madison, you’ll need a driver’s license while operating a vehicle. All residents of Wisconsin interested in becoming licensed drivers must first pass the Wisconsin permit test. One of the best ways to begin preparing for the exam is by reviewing the information found in the official Wisconsin Drivers Handbook and then test your knowledge with our Wisconsin Permit Practice Tests. The value of a practice test goes well beyond reviewing a few questions. By simulating the actual test day you become more comfortable with the test taking process and reduce anxiety levels. Start preparing for success.

Permit Practice Tests (360 questions)

  • Questions 1-40
    Permit Test 1

    Start your journey by learning the fundamentals of driving in Wisconsin.  Multiple choice questions designed to test your knowledge of the rules of the road.

  • Questions 41-80
    Permit Test 2

    Introduction to common road signs, lane markings, speed limits, traffic lights, sharing the road, child restraint systems, hand signals, and seatbelt usage.

  • Questions 81-120
    Permit Test 3

    Questions designed to test your knowledge of driving in poor weather conditions, phone usage, parking rules, lane changes, road signs, traffic signals, and blind spots.

  • Questions 121-160
    Permit Test 4

    Features safe driving questions with an emphasis on defensive driving, distracted driving, emergency situations, railroad crossings, accidents, and road signs.

  • Questions 161-210
    Road Signs Test

    This practice test will test your knowledge of various road signs and their meanings.  Learn how to identify road signs by shape and color.

  • 50 random questions
    DMV Test Simulator

    Simulate test day with this practice test.  Random questions generated from a huge database.  No explanations.  New questions with every attempt.

  • Questions 211-360
    Mega Test

    Boost your knowledge with this massive practice test.  Features hundreds of questions from every road rules category.  Perfect for the day before the exam.

Wisconsin Permit Test FAQ

Applying for Your WI Permit

When can I apply for a learner's permit in Wisconsin?

You can apply at age 15 years and 6 months for a Learner’s Permit in Wisconsin.

What are the requirements to get my learner's permit?

You will need to enroll in an approved driver education program. You will also need to pass a written knowledge test and a vision test. Once you have your Learner’s Permit, you will only be allowed to drive with a licensed parent, guardian or spouse who is 19 or older in the front seat with you.

How many questions are on the Wisconsin permit test?

The written knowledge test has 50 questions.

How many questions must I answer correctly to pass?

You must answer at least 40 questions correctly to pass the test.

How should I prepare for the Wisconsin permit test?

One of the best and most effective ways to prepare for the test is to take online practice exams that include real sample questions from the actual exam. To see such a test and assess your current driving knowledge, click on the following link to take a Wisconsin practice permit test.

Where do I take the Wisconsin permit test?

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) licenses drivers. Visit to find an office nearby.

How much does the Wisconsin permit test cost?

There is a $35 fee.

What can I expect on test day?

Go to the local DMV office with a parent or guardian who will be required to sign your application. Then you will need to pass both the written knowledge test and a vision test to receive your Learner’s Permit. The permit will be valid for one year.