Sweet home Alabama, I’m comin’ home to you...once I get that driver license from the DPS! If you want to cruise through the Heart of Dixie on those Alabama roads, you’re gonna need an Alabama learner permit (learner license) or driver license first. Aceable can help you learn the rules of the road and prepare you for the official Alabama written knowledge test.
Our Alabama Permit Test Prep course comes with 20 levels of interactive content and unlimited free practice tests. You'll get everything from signs practice, safe driving and defensive driving tips, and plenty of practice tests and quizzes. Study online or access the mobile app on your phone or tablet whenever you want! Aceable’s study guide makes it fun and easy to get ready for the permit test.
Drivers ed and traffic school are NOT requirements for getting an Alabama license. Applicants under the age of 18 must either complete an SDE-approved course OR have a parent certify that they completed 30 hours of supervised driving. Aceable’s Alabama Permit Test Prep is a mobile study aid. It’s the perfect guide for busy adults and a great study tool for teens.
Ace Your Alabama Drivers Permit Test
The perfect way to get extra help before taking the Alabama DPS written permit test and Alabama written knowledge test
Study Guide For Busy Adults & Teens
20 levels of interactive lessons & unlimited Alabama practice tests to prepare you for your permit test and driver test
Study Whenever & Wherever You Want
Learn the rules Alabama drivers expect you to know on the road on your iPhone, iPad, Android device or computer
How Alabama Drivers Ed Test Prep Works
- Take a state-approved drivers ed course OR skip the course if you plan to do 30 certified hours of driving practice instead.
- Prepare for the DPS written knowledge exam with Aceable. Our mobile study aid lets your prep for the test whenever and wherever you want.
- When you’re ready, head to your local DPS office to take the exam and a vision test to get your learner license. Don’t worry, you’re going to ace it!
- Carry your learner permit for at least 6 months. If you chose not to take an official drivers ed course, make sure you practice driving with a parent (or another licensed adult who is 21 or older) for at least 30 hours. Your driving supervisor will need to sign a verification form from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
- Pass the driving test to get your Restricted Driver License. Contact the Alabama DPS office by phone or online beforehand to schedule an appointment. Remember to bring your own insured vehicle for the test. Curfews and passenger restrictions will be removed in 6 months or when you turn 18, whichever comes first. Congrats!
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This isn’t your typical boring drivers ed study guide
Let Aceable Help You Pass Your Alabama Written Drivers Test
- 20 levels of interactive lessons that keep you engaged with videos, memes and humorous content
- Unlimited practice tests and permit practice designed to prepare you for the written knowledge exam
- The course never expires and there aren’t any timers, so you don’t have to worry about deadlines
- Self-paced lessons let you move as quickly through the course as you want- regular practice questions test your knowledge
- Provides you with the knowledge to pass Alabama’s written permit exam and move on to drivers ed
- 5-star course with awesome customer service