Free Kentucky Permit Practice Tests
Picture this. You’re driving through fields of lush bluegrass on a beautiful Kentucky spring day. You’re dressed to the nines in a fashionable suit or with a statement sunhat on your way to the Kentucky Derby. Life’s good. Oh, wait, you don’t have a driver’s license? You’re using the Kentucky driver’s manual to pass your permit test? Yikes, beautiful life moment gone.
We think we have a solution to that problem. In fact, if we were at the Derby, we would bet on ourselves because we definitely have the winning horse, and that horse’s name is Zutobi.
Alright, this isn’t the Kentucky Derby and we don’t have a horse. But, we do have an app and it is called Zutobi, and it’s here to help you pass your Kentucky permit test. Our free Kentucky DMV practice tests, fun driving games, and tips on all things driving like how to handle a stick shift and blind spots, will help you pass your DMV permit test all in a fun, engaging way.
Ace Your Kentucky Permit Test with Zutobi
We know our app will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to pass your Kentucky DMV permit test the first time you take it. However, if you’re still not convinced, think about the 95% of our customers who earned a passing score on their first try. Along with a passing score, you’ll get the following with Zutobi:
- The chance to test your knowledge with free Kentucky practice permit tests.
- The ability to learn from your mistakes with the answers and explanations we provide to all of our multiple choice questions.
- Confidence that you will know the correct answers to pass the Kentucky DMV written test because all of our questions are taken from past or present permit tests.
- The opportunity to challenge (and beat) your friends as you learn road signs, traffic laws, and safe driving techniques to earn points and level up in our driving games.
- The ability to learn from anywhere, like the front row of the Derby, at any time with our convenient app.
Is the Kentucky DMV Permit Test Hard?
More than 50% of teens don’t pass their permit tests the first time they take them. We’re convinced that’s because they used the wrong tool to prepare. Rather than trudging through the pages of the driver’s manual, our customers can engage in their learning with Zutobi’s bite-sized pieces of information that are easy to learn and remember, so you’re sure to pass the first time.
How Many Questions are on the Kentucky Permit Test?
There are 40 multiple choice questions on the Kentucky DMV permit test, 32 (80%) of which you need to get right to pass. The permit test is designed to test your knowledge of road signs and rules, traffic laws, and safe driving skills, and Zutobi will help you answer these questions correctly. However, driving can be different in real life than on paper. Here are some good-to-know facts about driving in The Bluegrass State
- With a vast network of scenic backroads, drivers can enjoy a beautiful, leisurely drive through the state with the opportunity to stop in several of the charming small towns that connect these roads.
- Kentucky has a graduated license program, meaning drivers with permits have to log 180 hours of chaperoned driving before they are allowed to operate a vehicle alone.
- Kentucky was rated the third most dangerous state to drive in the rain, with 67 fatal accidents in 2016.
- There were 22,846 nonfatal accidents reported on public state roads in 2018 and 745 nonfatal accidents in parking lots or private property.
- In 2018, there was a total of 670 fatal collisions in Kentucky, 664 of which were on public roads.
- Drivers in the 15-to-24-year-old age group made up 15.1% of all people killed in Kentucky traffic accidents in 2018.
- Kentucky has been rated the deadliest state in the U.S. for teenage drivers.
How Can I Pass My Kentucky Permit Test?
As we said, we would bet on us. Leave the driver’s manual in the dust and download Zutobi, and take a FREE Kentucky DMV practice permit test now. This is no time to hold your horses. Get our app today, and be on your way to the Derby in no time (at a safe, responsible speed, of course!)