AZ Permit Test 2023 Arizona Drivers License Practice Test. Try the official Arizona Division of the Arizona Department of Transportation (AZDOT) Lerner permit review question answers. You can also download the AZ written permit test printable PDF with the updated new rules study guide and manuals.
In Arizona, Permit Test Questions are taken from the Arizona Driver License Manual. Please thoroughly study the manual before taking the examination. An 80% or higher score is required to pass the written test.
AZ Permit Test 2023
Arizona Classes of Licenses
Licenses are issued by “class”: Class G (graduated), Class D (operator), Class M (motorcycle), and Class A, B, and C (commercial). If the Class M license is combined with any other class of license, it will be added as an “endorsement” on the back of the current license.
Graduated or operator permit: you must be accompanied by a Class A, B, C or D licensed driver at least 21 years of age, who occupies the seat beside you. These permits are valid for 12 months.
Graduated License (Class G) A graduated driver’s license is issued to an applicant who is at least 16, but less than 18, years of age and is valid to operate any vehicle that does not require a motorcycle or commercial license.
Applicants will be required to pass the Division’s written test before being issued an Arizona instruction permit. This does not apply to Commercial Learner’s Permits.
An applicant holding a current and valid out-of-state driver’s license may be exempt from the driver education/driving practice and instruction permit requirements.
The holder of a graduated license is not required to obtain an operator license at age 18 but may choose to obtain one.
Arizona Drivers License Written Test
The AZ written test for a regular driver’s license consists of 30 multiple-choice questions. You take the test at a computer workstation using a touch screen (audio assist is available). A score of 80 percent or higher is required to pass the examination.
|Test Name||AZ Permit Test|
|Purpose||To get a permit license (Non-CDL)|
|Test mode||Computer Based Test|
|Items Type||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Time Limit||40 minutes|
AZ Permit Requirements
|Graduated Instruction Permit||Graduated Driver License|
|15 years and 6 months old||16 years old.|
|Teens must pass written and vision tests||must hold an Arizona class G permit for at least six months|
Arizona Permit Test Study Guide/Manuals
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is a multimodal transportation agency serving one of the fastest-growing areas of the country. ADOT is responsible for planning, building and operating a complex highway system in addition to building and maintaining bridges and the Grand Canyon Airport.
A major component of the organization is the Motor Vehicle Division, which provides title, registration and driver-license services to the general public throughout the state of Arizona.
this study Guide/Manuals is designed to help you obtain a driver’s license or an instruction permit by explaining the Arizona motor vehicle laws without using technical language. Details of the motor vehicle laws can be found in Arizona Revised Statutes at azleg.gov under Title 28 “Transportation” which offers the most up-to-date and accurate information.
- Arizona Driver License Manual(link is external) (English)
- Motorcycle Operator Manual
- Commercial Driver License Manual(link is external) [PDF]
- Section 9: Hazardous Materials(link is external)[PDF]
- Section 10: School Buses [PDF]
Governor’s Office of Highway Safety For more information on safety issues, contact the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. In Phoenix call 602.255.3216, statewide call toll-free 1.877.355.3216, or online at azgohs.gov.