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Free New Hampshire DMV Practice Test (NH)

  • Perfect for learner’s permit, driver’s license, and Senior Refresher Test
  • Based on official New Hampshire 2024 Driver's manual
  • Updated for July 2024
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About this test

6 min to complete
Available in EN, ES, RU

This New Hampshire DMV practice test has just been updated for July 2024 and covers 20 of the most essential road signs and rules questions directly from the official 2024 NH Driver Handbook. New Hampshire has a timed written knowledge exam as a requirement when testing to receive your driver’s license. The 40-minute multiple-choice test is comprised of 40 questions. If you miss more than 10 questions or you go over your allotted time without first answering 32 or more questions correctly, you’ll fail the test and be required to retake the exam after 10 days. Because New Hampshire does not issue learner’s permits, all potential drivers must be at least 16 and complete a driver education course if they are under 18 that includes a minimum of 40 hours of behind-the-wheel training. In addition to the written exam and driver’s education course, you also need to pass a vision test, provide proof of identity, parental authorization if you are under age 18, proof of residency if over age 18, a log sheet of behind-the-wheel practice hours if under 18, and a $50 license fee. Once you’ve passed the vision and knowledge tests, you may schedule a driving test. This DMV practice test will help you be fully prepared for your written exam.

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New Hampshire Learner’s Permit Test FAQs in 2024

What are the steps to obtain a learner’s permit?

To obtain a learner’s permit in New Hampshire, you must be at least 16 years old. New Hampshire does not issue formal learner’s permits, but upon turning 16, you can start practicing driving under certain conditions. A licensed adult over 25 must accompany you in the vehicle.

Can a 15-year-old drive in New Hampshire?

No, in New Hampshire, you must be at least 16 years old to legally practice driving under supervision.

How many hours of supervised driving are required?

In New Hampshire, you are required to complete 40 hours of supervised driving, including 10 hours at night, before applying for a driver’s license.

What is the driving curfew for new drivers?

New Hampshire does not have a specific driving curfew for new drivers. However, it’s recommended that new drivers limit driving during late-night hours unless necessary, and always have a qualified supervising driver in the vehicle.

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What to expect on the actual NH DMV exam

40

questions

32

correct answers to pass

80

passing score

15 ½

minimum age to apply

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. Whenever you approach a school bus that has stopped while operating its flashing red lights, you must
  2. While driving on the highway, you should signal at least _____ feet before you turn.
  3. In New Hampshire, what is the recommended minimum following distance behind the vehicle ahead of you?
  4. What does this sign indicate?
  5. When stopped behind another vehicle on a hill, you should stay back at least
  6. Where there are three or more lanes going in one direction, the left lane is used by drivers who want to
  7. To reduce the glare from an oncoming vehicle's headlights at night, shift your eyes to __________ and steer by the white edge markings.
  8. What does this sign mean?
  9. In New Hampshire, when meeting or following a vehicle at night, you must _________ at least 150 feet away.
  10. If you are driving down a steep downgrade, you should
  11. If you miss your exit on an expressway, you should
  12. When passing a truck, you should
  13. It is illegal for a person 21 years of age or older to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of
  14. When driving in fog at night, you should use
  15. When you encounter an octagonal (eight-sided) sign, you must
  16. What does this sign indicate?
  17. If another driver is tailgaiting you, the best course of action is to
  18. At 55 mph on a two-lane road, you will need _________ to safely pass the vehicle ahead of you.
  19. In New Hampshire, the speed limit in any business or urban residential district is _______ except where otherwise posted.
  20. This sign represents