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Monson Public Library adds Driving-Tests

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MONSON — The popular driver education platform Driving-Tests.org is now available for free at the Monson Public Library. Patrons can access Driving-Tests to start preparing for their DMV knowledge exam by visiting www.monsonmelibrary.com. The program is designed to help aspiring as well as more experienced drivers (teenagers, newcomers, renewal applicants or senior citizens). Tests can be accessed from any computer or mobile device.

With the motto of “everyone can be a safe driver,” Driving-Tests provides Monson Public Library patrons with unlimited access to official state driver’s manuals, online practice tests for car, motorcycle and commercial driver’s licenses (CDL), an exam simulator and a DMV-related FAQ. In addition to being the largest and most visited independent online driver education provider in the U.S., Driving-Tests helps patrons pass their driving knowledge test faster and more effectively. Learner drivers who take the practice tests and read the official manual are 73 percent more likely to pass than those who study the manual alone.

The Driving-Tests collection includes access to DMV office finder, beginner driver’s guide, virtual DVM assistant and Challenge Bank — a special test that stores the user’s wrong answers from taking practice tests.

Driving-Tests was founded in 2010 by CEO Andrei Zakhareuski as an educational platform that empowers people to increase their knowledge of how to be safe behind the wheel. It is part of Elegant E-Learning, Inc., a 10-year-old company with a proven track record of revolutionizing online resources for learner drivers. Driving-Tests is also part of a plan to improve global driver safety by providing free practice tests written by experts to anyone who wants to study, along with online copies of official study guides. To help achieve this goal, the company has also created driving practice sites for the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and India.

Since 2010, over 46 million Americans passed their knowledge test using the platform.

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