Tennessee Drivers' License Test 2023 - FREE Practice!

Practice Permit Test 01 - Alcohol and Other Drugs ➤ 19 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 02 - Defensive Driving ➤ 56 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 03 - Driving Record Information ➤ 16 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 04 - Intersections and Turns ➤ 25 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 05 - Parallel Parking ➤ 12 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 06 - Passing ➤ 13 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 07 - Road Signs ➤ 85 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 08 - Sharing the Road ➤ 39 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 09 - Special Driving Conditions ➤ 36 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 10 - State Related Driving Knowledge ➤ 17 questions, study

Practice Permit Test 11 - Traffic Control ➤ 84 questions, study

DMV Test Simulator and Flashcards :

Tennessee Permit Practice Test Simulator ➤

Tennessee DMV Driver's Knowledge Flashcards ➤

Tennessee Driver's Licnese Info & Resources:

  1. Tennessee Driver's License And State ID
  2. Tennessee Department of Motor Vehicles
  3. Tennessee DMV Regional Office Locations - regional service centers, office hours and addresses.
  4. Tennessee DMV Related Forms and Applications
  5. Tennessee Motor Vehicle Registration
  6. Moving to Tennessee, Non Resident Motorists
  7. Info for Tennessee DMV Teen Drivers
  8. Official Tennessee State Website

Classes of License

Class A - Combination vehicles; GCWR over 26,000 lbs; Towed vehicle(s) over 10,000 lbs
Class B - Trucks or buses over 26,000 lbs. GVWR; Any such vehicle towing a vehicle not in excess of 10,000 lbs. GVWR
Class C - Vehicles weighing 26,000 lbs. GVWR or less
Class D - Generally, all passenger vehicles, except vehicle in Classes A, B, C, or M
Class H - Hardship license for drivers between the ages of 14 & 16 in special hardship cases
Class M - Motorcycles and motor-driven cycles
Class P - Issued as an instructional permit for a Class A, B, C, D, and M license, PD = "Learner Permit"

Class D Licenses - Generally speaking, the majority of applicants for a Tennessee driver license will be operators of regular passenger vehicles, pick-up trucks, or vans.

Graduated Driver License

Learner Permit Class PD
Intermediate Restricted
Intermediate Unrestricted
Regular Class D

License Tests

The driver license examination will consist of a vision test, a knowledge test, and a road test.
Vision Screening Test - To determine if a driver can see well enough to drive, a screening test is required before any license or permit is issued. An applicant is required to have at least 20/40 vision in each eye individually and both eyes together.

Knowledge Test - You will be given an exam covering knowledge needed to drive safely. The test will consist of multiple choice questions based on information contained in the driver's handbook. Roughly speaking, you can expect the test to cover the following areas:
Traffic signs and signals — 25%
Safe driving principles — 25%
Rules of the road — 25%
Drugs and alcohol — 25%
You will need to answer at least 24 out of the total 30 questions correctly in order to pass.

Road Test - The examiner will give you directions and evaluate whether or not you can drive safely.

The applicant will be failed immediately of the road test for any of the following:
• Violation of any traffic law
• Lack of cooperation or refusal to follow directions
• Any dangerous action
• Contributing to an accident

You will pass the road test, if you committed less than 7 (1 to 6) errors / points during the skills test; will fail otherwise.