Free Wisconsin Permit Practice Tests
Wisconsin produces far more than just cheese. For example, all of the U.S.’s and about 10% of the world’s supply of ginseng is grown in Marathon County. And, Wisconsin grows 60% of the nation’s cranberries.But there is one thing Wisconsin is unable to produce, and that is a driver’s handbook that makes learning how to pass your Wisconsin permit test enjoyable. In fact, we can’t think of any state that has a fun driver’s handbook, or has produced any other fun way for new drivers to pass their permit test.
So then, allow us to introduce ourselves. We are Zutobi, a mobile gaming app that provides new drivers in all states a fun way to earn a passing score on their permit tests. If you’re a new driver in Wisconsin wondering, “How can I pass my Wisconsin permit test?” look no further than Zutobi.
Our driving games will help you learn information like road signs and their meanings, Wisconsin traffic laws, and tips for everything vehicle related (like what low beam headlights are and when to use them). We also offer free Wisconsin DMV practice tests so you can be sure to have all of the correct answers to pass.
Zutobi Can Help You Pass Your Wisconsin DMV Permit Test
Zutobi’s material is broken up into easy-to-learn and -remember bite-sized pieces so you won’t be stressed to learn all of the driving things at one time. Our app is proven to help teens increase their chances of passing their permit test on their first try (just ask 95% of our customers!). Unless you would rather talk to the more than 50% of teens who fail their permit test the first time. Let us help you learn to drive with these exclusive features:
- The ability to challenge your friends in our driving games as you earn points and level up (and forget all about the Wisconsin driver’s manual).
- Free Wisconsin DMV practice tests that allow you to test your knowledge on things like road signs and traffic lights before your real Wisconsin permit test.
- The opportunity to judge your parents’ driving skills after you learn safe driving techniques and Wisconsin road rules.
- The chance to learn the correct answers to pass your Wisconsin DMV written test, with explanations to the multiple choice questions and their answers.
- The convenience of learning from anywhere on any device with our different operating systems.
Is the Wisconsin Permit Test Hard?
We don’t think so, but only if you use Zutobi to help you prepare. All of our practice tests have questions taken from past and present Wisconsin DMV permit tests. If you use them to study, you can be confident that you’ll pass your Wisconsin DMV written test with no problems.
How Many Questions Are on the Wisconsin Permit Test?
There are 50 multiple choice questions on the Wisconsin DMV permit test. In order to pass and get your learner’s permit, you must answer 40 (80%) of those questions correctly. Zutobi can increase your chances of passing, but there are other facts you should know about driving in The Badger State.
- Alcohol-related traffic fatalities in Wisconsin have dropped 27% between 2008-2017.
- In 2018, Wisconsin had a seatbelt use average of 89.3% which meets national average compliance.
- In 2017, more than 110,000 people were convicted of driving with a revoked, invalid, or suspended Wisconsin driver’s license.
- Along the same lines, more than 113,000 Wisconsin drivers were found driving without proof of valid car insurance in 2017.
- There was a total of 145,288 car crashes in Wisconsin throughout 2019.
- There were 517 fatal traffic accidents in Wisconsin in 2019 resulting in 576 total deaths.
- There was an increase in speed-related fatal traffic accidents between 2017-2018 resulting in 169 deaths in 2017 and 173 deaths in 2018.
Take a FREE Wisconsin DMV Practice Test Today
Download the Zutobi app today and get started on your free Wisconsin practice permit test. With our proven technology and fun, motivating material, you’ll be sure to answer all of your Wisconsin DMV written test questions correctly and be well on your way to a passing score. We thank you, Wisconsin, for your contribution to the nation’s supply of a lot of things, just not driver’s manuals.