I’m 15 live in cali and going to get my driving permit in one month (15 1/2). What are some things that I should know or study?
- EdnaLv 77 months ago
Get a copy of the California Driver's Handbook (available free from your local DMV licensing office). Study it thoroughly, cover to cover, over and over again. Memorize the darn thing. The information it contains will be on the written test. (About 15 multiple-choice questions - each question consisting of 4 possible answers. You have to choose the correct answer).
You MUST pass the written test before you'll be granted a restricted learner's license. (Or, as you call it, your "driving permit").
- MayLv 57 months ago
Pick up a drivers manual sunshine. That has all of the information that you need
- mind ur biznessLv 47 months ago
Study the handbook. It's a written test, so use the same techniques that work for you in school.
Also, please do not refer to it as a "permit." The government does not permit anything. They can only restrict. Also, government does not grant rights.
They can call it whatever they like, but that does not mean it is technically accurate. Vocabulary and words are influential, which is why government uses the word "permit."
"When words lose their meaning, people will lose their liberty." -- Confucius
- car253Lv 77 months ago
Study the DMV handbook. And, take the sample tests on the website. You only need to take the "regular driver" test. https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/pubs/inte...
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- AnonymousLv 57 months ago
I used an app called DMV Genie to get my permit. The app contained several quizzes and study guides for the NJ permit test. This app is available for all 50 states so you should have no problem using it. I wouldn't use the driver's handbook because that contains a lot of unnecessary information that's not on the test. I used the DMV Genie which had pretty much everything on the test. I only got 5 questions wrong (we're allowed to have 10 errors). Good luck!!
- ScottLv 67 months ago
Try reading the Driver's Handbook, available online from the DMV. All the questions on the test are taken from that book.
- SteveLv 57 months ago
you should know everything really to be safe or not get a ticket. study study study. may you pass the first time.
- RonLv 77 months ago
The drivers handbook