EXCLUSIVE: Which MVA Site Passed the Most New Drivers in Maryland?
If you are planning on taking your Maryland driver’s license road test, a graph exclusively obtained by MyMCMedia could help steer you in the direction of which of the 18 Motor Vehicle Administration testing sites will give you the best odds of passing the test.
Hint: Gaithersburg’s MVA has the fifth highest fail rate in the state. The other Montgomery County MVA- White Oak- ranks 13th overall in its fail rate. Your best odds of passing- head to Hagerstown.
Take a look:
Driver Skills Test by Branch (July 2014 to April 2015)
|Branch||Taken||Passed||Failed||Pass %||Fail %|
Information provided by: Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
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