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2011 GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test

When's the last time you took a written drivers test? When you were 16? How do you think you'd score if you took it again today?

For the seventh year in a row, GMAC Insurance set out to gauge the knowledge of the American driving public in the GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test, where 5,130 respondents were administered actual questions taken from DMV tests. And it's clear Americans need a refresher course - nearly 36.9 million licensed drivers would fail if retested today.

Think you're smarter than the average driver? Take the test yourself, and see if you pass with flying colors or if you could use a little brushing up. Then compare your scores to the national average and challenge a friend to beat your score!
Take the test now!

And, no matter how you score, review our Top Driving Mistakes That Cause Crashes to make sure you avoid these mishaps and stay safe on the road.

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety - The IIHS is a nonprofit research and communications organization funded by auto insurers. For over 30 years, the IIHS has been a leader in finding out what works and doesn't work to prevent motor vehicle crashes in the first place and reduce injuries in the crashes that still occur.

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