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DMV announces driver test app

Published On: Oct 27 2013 01:51:06 PM CDT
Updated On: Oct 27 2013 01:51:14 PM CDT
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MADISON, Wis. -

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Division of Motor Vehicles announced last week they launched a free Drivers Practice Test mobile app.

The app is available in the iTunes store under “WI DMV Driver Practice Test,” and can be downloaded to an iPhone and iPad for free, according to a release. An Android version can be found on Google Play.

Users take a 15-question multiple choice test and can review their scores instantly on the app, according to the release. Users can retake the test as many times as they want and track their scores over time. Test scores can also be shared to different social media platforms.

“The practice test app is a great way to prepare teens or anyone taking the written driver test for the real thing,” said DMV administrator Patrick Fernan. “Many of our customers have smart phones, so this allows us to deliver information through their preferred communication device. We hope this app will significantly increase test success for drivers in our state.”

More information on the app can be found online.

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