Applicants for an Arizona driver's license, who have to take the written test, have a new tool at their disposal. The Motor Vehicle Division of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has created an online written practice exam. The written practice questions can be accessed at http://www.azdot.gov/mvd.

There are two practice tests with 10 questions each. The questions are a sample of the type of questions and multiple choice answers that an applicant will find on the actual 30-question test. All of the answers for not only the practice test but also the actual exam are taken from the Arizona Driver License Manual and Customer Service Guide, which can be obtained from any MVD office, authorized third party location or online at http://www.azdot.gov/mvd.

The questions are designed to test an applicant's knowledge of the information any driver is required to possess such as Arizona traffic laws, rules of the road for safe vehicle operation, and common sense driver tips.

Currently, only about 44 percent of Arizona applicants taking the driver's license written exam successfully pass it the first time.

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