Learner's Driver License Requirements
All of the following requirements must be met in order to obtain a Learner’s Driver License.
- Present two forms of identification
- Have proof of Social Security number for U.S.Citizens and permanent residents
- Have two proofs of residential address showing your full name If you have no proof of residential address in your own name, you will need a statement from a parent, stepparent, guardian, or other person residing at the same address – along with two proofs of their residential address. If you only have one proof of residential address in your own name, you need a statement – from a parent, stepparent, guardian, or other person residing at the same address – along with one proof of their residential address.
- Be at least 15 years old
- Pass a vision test
- Pass road signs and road rules tests either through Driver's Education, online testing, or in a driver license office. In-office written tests are limited to two attempts per day. At the Tax Collector's office, the first attempted test is free, but subsequent tests are $10.00 per attempt.
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- Have one parent or legal guardian present or have their signature on the Parental Consent Form if under age 18
- Have the signature of one parent or legal guardian on the Parent Proctoring Form if the road signs and road rules tests were taken on-line.
- Complete DHSMV-approved Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course
- Be in compliance with school attendance