Would it be worth it passing the computer driving test if I don't have a car?

I live in the stat of Arizona and I don't have a car and was thinking I can pass the computer test then later pass the actual driving test. Right now I don't have a car or know anyone else who would be willing to lend me theirs to take the test. And I don't want to rent a car one I'm too young and

I live in the stat of Arizona and I don't have a car and was thinking I can pass the computer test then later pass the actual driving test. Right now I don't have a car or know anyone else who would be willing to lend me theirs to take the test. And I don't want to rent a car one I'm too young and two I don't have that type of money. Would it be worth it I really don't know when I'll get a car and does the computer test expire if you don't complete it fully? Thank you

Other answer:

Maria:
If you don't have the means to take the driving test, you're wasting your time and money taking the written test. Having the money to rent a car is moot. No rental company will rent to a permit holder
g:
Only if you plan on renting a car or using a City Share type of vehicle in the future. FYI, there are thousands of license holders in the US that do not own an automobile.
Chuckles:
Driving schools wil generally rent cars for taking the driver's test. Call one and ask.
AlCapone:
It would be worth the practice for when you take the real test.
Zaphod Beeblebrox:
I wouldn't because if you do then your parents insurance is going to triple as soon as you get your learners permit.

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