Prospective drivers planning to take the Arkansas driver test to receive their license or permit can prepare by taking practice tests, taking a driver preparation course online or in class and by reviewing the Arkansas driver manual. Online driver's education courses and practice tests for the Arkansas driver test can be found on the DMV site or the website for I Drive Safely. The Arkansas DMV also has the driver manual online at its site.
All Arkansas residents who want to drive must take a driver's test at their local ODS office. The written tests covers many aspects of driving in Arkansas, such as road signs, traffic laws and safe driving. Those planning to take this test can review this material by reading the Arkansas driver's manual.
After reviewing the manual, drivers may wish to take a prep course. First-time drivers may be required to take a driver's education course, but anyone taking the test can benefit from this course. Online driver's education courses will cover topics such as traffic signals and signs, defensive driving, emergency situations, right-of-way and vehicle inspection rules. Online courses can be taken through I Drive Safely, which also offers prep courses for motorcyclists and commercial drivers.
Before taking the driver tests, drivers should consider taking a few practice tests to learn more about how the test is organized and whether they know the material. Practice tests can be found online at the DMV website or through I Drive Safely.