Wyoming DMV Test Prep
Use the following WY(Wyoming) DMV practice tests to study for your DMV permit test, driver’s license test, and/or senior citizens’ refresher test.
Depending on your study style, you can choose to study by individual topics, do a DMV permit test simulation, and/or challenge yourself to the ultimate DMV marathon test that includes all of the test questions for Wyoming.
What is the minimum age to apply for a driving permit in Wyoming?
What documents will I need to submit when applying for a driver's license in Wyoming?
- Proof of ID such as a State issued Birth Certificate or US Passport
- Proof of Social Security Number
- Two Proofs of Residency
How do I contact my nearest Wyoming DOT office?
On the Wyoming permit test, what will I be tested on?
What is the best way to study for the Wyoming permit test?
Is driver’s education required in order to get an Wyoming learner’s permit?
Is there a mobile Wyoming DMV Practice Test app for my iPhone/iPad and/or android device(s)?
How many questions are on the Wyoming DMV Test?
What's the passing mark for the Wyoming DMV Test?
How do I sign up for my permit test in Wyoming?
Which DOT office should I go to take my permit test in Wyoming?
How do I pass the Wyoming permit test?
There are 25 multiple choice questions on the permit test. You need to get at least 76% in order to pass. Remember, You are NOT allowed to use the driver’s handbook during your permit test. You are being tested on your ability to recall the rules of the road. Prepare yourself before you go in and you will see that you can do well without the manual.
I failed my Wyoming permit test, what should I do?
I passed my Wyoming permit test! Now what?
If you are 18 years old or older, you may apply for your regular license immediately.
If you are under 18 years old, you must hold your permit for at least 10 days. During that time, you will need to get at least 50 hours of behind the wheel training and in some cases take driver’s education.
When can I take my road test?
During this time period, teens under 18 must get at least 50 hours of behind the wheel training and in some cases take driver’s ed.