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Failing your DPS driver’s test could give anyone the delta blues. In Mississippi they actually give you a chance to come back the next day to retake, but who wants to be a regular at the DPS? Make sure you pass the first time by using the resources we’ve collected here, including cheat sheets and DPS learner's permit and driver's license practice exams for your that have questions that are often identical (or extremely similar) to the real thing. Looking to ride on two wheels through The Magnolia State? Our motorcycle prep tests have you covered, including an exam simulator that has the look and feel of the real thing. Our questions are based on the official driver's manual and therefore will give you a leg up when taking the exam.

Families love chicken, but did you ever think about how it gets to their dinner table? Mississippi serves up over $385m in delicious chicken per year and if you want to be a part of delivering a traditional family meal to people around the country you'll need a Mississippi commercial driver's license (CDL). In Mississippi that means first putting up $55 for the application fee, but then you'll have to face the exams. Luckily we can help. Our practice CDL tests for A class vehicles have the feel of the real test with 50 general knowledge questions and 20 regarding combination vehicles. Then there are further skills tests and endorsements for passenger and school busses, doubles/triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal. These add more questions and skills tests that our practice material will prepare you to ace.

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Mississippi Driver's License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my MS Driver's License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • At what age can I apply for my learner’s permit in Mississippi?

    You may apply for a learner’s permit in Mississippi starting at age 15.
  • Are there any certain documents I need when applying for my license in Mississippi?

    If you are under 17, you will need to provide the following:
    • Completed Application with Notarized Signatures from Parents.
    • Certified Birth Certificate
    • Social Security Card
    • Signed Certification of School Attendance.
    If you are 18 or older, provide:
    • Completed Application
    • Certified Birth Certificate
    • Social Security Card
    • Proof of Residence
  • Which place do I go to when I want to apply for my license in Mississippi?

    The Mississippi Department of Public Safety has DMV offices spread out across the state. This is where you should go to when you are ready to apply for your license. To find an office near you, call 601-987-1212 or log onto .
  • How do I contact my nearest Mississippi DMV office?

    Contacting the DMV office nearest you is simple. Find the one closest to you at
  • Who should I get to bring me for my permit test in Mississippi?

    A licensed driver 21 or older such as a parent, older sibling, relative, driving instructor or anyone who you can trust.
  • Do I need a physical in order to get a license in Mississippi?

    The state of Mississippi doesn’t require a physical examination in order to get a license.
  • Does Mississippi require me to get a vision test before getting a license?

    Yes. Your vision will be tested the day you go in for your written test.
  • How do I get a photo for my license in Mississippi?

    The Mississippi Department of Public Safety will take care of that. Your driver’s license photo will be taken at the DMV office.
  • How do I apply for my Mississippi driver’s license?

    When embarking on your quest for a driver’s license, you should:
    • Study the driver’s manual. Take practice tests available online.
    • Gather your necessary documents such as Completed Application with Parent’s signatures (if under 17), Certified Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Certification of School Attendance (if under 18), Permit test fee $7, Proof of Residence (if over 18).
    • Take and pass the vision test.
    • Take and pass the written test.
    • If under 17, wait one (1) year before you can upgrade to an Intermediate License.
  • Do I need to put up hair when taking driver's license photo?

    You may wear your hair the same way you would normally wear it; however, it should not be covering your face or your eyes. The purpose of the photo is to be able to identify who you really are. Besides, you would not want to hide that amazing face!
  • What make-up to wear when I get my MS driver's license picture taken?

    Wear your normal make-up; however, the less make-up the better. As long as you are not wearing so much make-up to where you are unrecognizeable, you will be fine!
  • Why is it best not to smile when taking your drivers license picture?

    Some states are moving towards face recognition technology that will be able to uniquely identify each individual. A straight face on the photo helps distinguish who you really are. This is all in an effort to stop fraud.
  • What are some tips for getting the best out of the driver's license picture?

    Look straight into the camera and keep a calm and relaxed face!
  • What happens after I apply for my Mississippi driver’s license?

    After you have received your LP license, also known as the learner’s permit, you should get plenty of practice with a licensed driver 21 or older. If you are under 17, you have a 12 month waiting period before you can go to your local DMV office for the road test. If you are 17 or older, you may take your road test whenever you want, even as soon as the same day you pass the written test.
  • I have a question that's not answered above. What do I do?

    If you can't find the answer to your question above, please use our Beginner Driver Q & A Section to get a professional answer from our experts! If you need any further assistance, you're welcome to contact us directly at
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Here's What Other Learners from Mississippi Are Saying:

"It's really good and realistic practice."

Autumn P., Jackson, Mississippi

"I read through the permit book, then took all the practice tests for my state, and I passed the test, and didn’t miss any!"

Olivia H., Gulfport, Mississippi

"I found your website, studied it for a couple of weeks and then passed my written test on the first try! Thanks!"

Jeff C., Southaven, Mississippi

"I made a 100% on my permit test because my DMV test was identical to the practice test I took on here."

Andrew W., Hattiesburg, Mississippi

"This site is a life saver. Studied like crazy using this site and I passed my test with only missing 4. Especially after taking the practice tests non-stop."

B. F., Biloxi, Mississippi

"I passed my permit test on the third try by studying the book twice and taking all these practice tests until I was confident enough to pass the real test."

Casey Wilson, Mississippi

"I studied these tests like a hawk. 30 minutes a night for two weeks. When I went to take this permit test I passed and am very grateful to this site. The questions were almost identical to the ones on the real test and the handbook was helpful because it was hard to find the right one. Hope everybody else can do as great as I did."

Alaina Edwards, Mississippi

"After waiting for nearly a year, I finally decided to get my permit (I had to because of my drivers ed class) and this site was one of the first things I started studying! Today, I took my test and it took me less than 10 minutes to complete. I missed one question and it cut me off at 26 questions out of 30. The question I missed was about the speed limit in school zones so make sure to know that (hint: it's 15 miles). All the questions I had except for the one I missed I had seen on this site. I read through my book as well. This site helps so much my friends had scared me saying it was hard and tons of people fail the first time,but the main thing is if you truly study your driving book and you keep taking these tests multiple times including the marathon test especially until you make at least 90% or above, You will be prepared and do wonderful. I'm so grateful this site exists"

Lakan Young, Mississippi

"This website helped me out so much! I thought for sure I wasn't going to pass using the permit book. When I looked up help online this website popped up, it provided me with everything I needed to pass. I passed the permit test on my first try. I recommend this to everyone now. Thank you so much :-) "

Tierra Woodard, MS

"I spent a week learning the questions. When I took the test I only took 7 minutes and passed with a 100%. Would recommend to everyone! "

Alexis Williamson, MS

"I am so glad I found this website!!!! I passed my permit test with a perfect score. I recommend this website to any and everybody! "

Richard Gore, Mississippi

"I took the test today and I passed it with a 98%. This website was very helpful to me."

Josh Sturgis, Mississippi

"I took all of the tests on this website until I passed each one. I went to take my test days later, and I did not miss ANY! This website is harder than the real permit test, but is super helpful! I would definitely recommend this site!"

Maria Miller, Mississippi

" was very helpful for me. Many of the test questions were similar to the real DMV permit test so I thank you for helping me pass my test!"

Kimberly Figgs, Mississippi

"I recently turned 15 and wanted to get my drivers permit, little did I know it take alot of studying. I read through the book but nothing else seemed to help. The apps didn't work for me on the phone either. I ran across this website and started taking the practice tests and everything started clicking in. I did all of the practice tests available for my state and was confident. I went to the dmv and passed my test on the first try. It was a little stressful but I saw some of the EXACT same question on there. Some were tricky but for the most part I passed simply because of this amazing website!"

Austin Jackson, Mississippi
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