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Washington Driving Test

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Passing the driving test is a pre-requisite in many states before a license is issued to any person. The driving test is designed by the department of motor vehicles (DMV) in each state and it makes sure that the applicant is capable enough to drive on the streets. Driving tests comprise of many sub-categories like the written test, knowledge test and then finally the practical driving test.

Like all other states, the Washington driving test is designed and conducted by the local DMV. This test is taken by a candidate before issuance of the driving license. The applicant cannot take the driving test in the state of Washington until and unless he or she has not applied for the driver’s license. One can apply for the license (and the test) either by visiting the DMV site office or by going online.

The first step is the knowledge test where the DMV access the applicant’s knowledge regarding traffic laws and regulations in the state of Washington. After the successful completion of this phase comes the practical driving test. The site for this test is communicated after the completion of the knowledge based test.

One must pay the set amount of application fee in order to take the test. A $35 application fee along with a $45 licensing fee must be deposited with the DMV before proceeding with the test procedure. To take the Washington driving test, one must first bring the proof of vehicle insurance to the Department of Motor Vehicles Washington. This shows that your vehicle has been insured. Next, the vehicle must also meet some minimum standards which are necessary before any vehicle is allowed on the streets of Washington. For example, the turn signals, wipers and seat belts must be working properly, among other things.

The DMV Washington helps applicants in a number of ways. One of the ways is that the DMV has a set of practice tests that one can refer to before going for the actual test. This can be of immense help to the applicant.
 

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