Thursday, October 30, 2014
Public Libraries in Jefferson County Provide New Resource for Preparing for the Alabama Driver's License Test
The Public Libraries In Jefferson County are providing a new free resource—the Alabama Driver’s Permit Practice Test. The test contains 40 multiple choice questions based on the official Alabama Driver’s Handbook. The test will assist those preparing for the Alabama driver’s license test with knowledge rules of the road and road signs in Alabama.
Every permit practice test presented on the website contains a series of multiple-choice questions. After the learner answers the questions, they immediately see whether the answer was correct or not. This resource does not issue any certificates of any type nor is it a substitute for the actual Alabama driver’s license test. After passing the permit practice tests it is recommended that the test taker check with their local Alabama Drivers Motor Vehicle office to book their exam time and date.
This resource should be especially helpful for young people preparing for the Alabama driver’s license test. However, a person of any age can take the tests. The resource is also available in many languages on the website, simply by clicking “Read Aloud” and then “Translate.”
For more information call your local Jefferson County public library, or visit http://pljc.driving-tests.org/about/ or http://pljc.driving-tests.org/alabama.
By Tressa at October 30, 2014
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