July 28, 22011Print
U.S. Drivers Study Online with DMV.ORGís Cool New Practice Tests
San Diego, Calif. July 28, 2011 -- Today DMV.ORG introduces its new DMV practice tests for visitors looking to ace their state driverís license exam the first time around. The latest design allows users to easily prepare for the actual written exam online, challenge their friends and get a feel for the type of questions theyíll be asked on test day at the state motor vehicle office.
Unlike any other free practice tests available online, DMV.ORGís practice tests combine interactive technology with up-to-date licensing info from all 50 states. Each 10-question, state-specific exam features cool visual imagery, hints and the ability to skip around and come back to more difficult questions. Additionally, these exams offer the user an entertaining social experience. By registering with DMV.ORG, members can compete with others for fun or even connect using Facebook.
The flagship site of OnlneGURU Inc., DMV.ORG has been simplifying DMV- and automotive-related info since 1999. Today, its become one of the top 1,000 sites in the United States, and sees more than 60 million visitors per year. This audience includes everyone from teens and first-timers trying to pass their permit or license test to mature drivers needing to renew their driving privileges or get a license in a new state.
In order to serve the needs a variety of drivers, OnlineGURU called on their team of experts to research each stateís traffic laws, road signs and safety regulations. That way, every visitor from any state can get accurate info, helpful sample test questions and tips on passing the learnerís permit or driverís license written test. ďBy studying the state driverís handbook and taking our DMV.ORG practice test, drivers greatly increase their chances of acing the actual exam on their first attempt. Plus, they can have a little fun with some friendly competition by challenging their friends online,Ē OG Product manage Shane Hale adds. His role at the company includes building a social community of drivers with DMV.ORG.
Hale and the team of Gurus have many more initiatives lined up for the coming year. To keep up with its latest innovations, follow the OG Team and DMV.ORG on Twitter, or Like the OnlineGURU and DMV.ORG on Facebook.