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Will someone at the DMV translate the test into Spanish for you?

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Departments of Motor Vehicles in various states provide driver's manuals, written and audio practice tests and legislation guides in multiple languages, including Spanish. Written tests for some states, such as New York, are available in English and Spanish only.

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Tests in Spanish are often applicable to the Class C Driver's License. The CDL endorsement tests for hazardous materials typically appear in English. Applicants can check with their local DMVs to determine which types of test require fluency in English.

Spanish-language practice material provided by official DMV websites often include PDF documents, MP3 files and online tests. Independent resources, such as DMV-Written-Test.com, provide free online tests that are specific to the state the user selects. On this website, an option to use an entirely Spanish version of the test, website and literature is available in the top-right corner of the screen, as of 2016.

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