A minor is a person under 18 years old. Minors must have their application signed by their parent(s) or legal guardian(s). If parents/guardians share joint custody, both must sign.
To apply for a provisional instruction permit if you’re at least 15 ½, but under 18 years of age:
When parents or guardians sign for a minor to get a DL, they are stating that they will accept financial responsibility (insurance) for that minor. Financial responsibility in California requires that drivers and vehicle owners carry the following minimum dollar limits:
- $15,000 for injury or death of 1 person per accident.
- $30,000 for injury or death of 2 or more persons per accident.
- $5,000 for any property damage per accident.
Proof of financial responsibility (insurance) must be carried at all times in the vehicle. Most Californians maintain financial responsibility through insurance companies, which provide the policy holder with an identification (ID) card to be used as proof of coverage. The card must state the insurance company’s name and address, the period of coverage, and policy number.
- Provide your full legal name.
- Provide your social security number (SSN) on the application. It will be verified with the Social Security Administration (SSA) while you are in the office.
If you do not have a California ID already established with DMV:
- Bring your original/certified copy of your birth certificate or your valid, unexpired United States Passport. If you are not a U.S.-born citizen, you must provide proof that you are a legal U.S. resident with an acceptable identity document.
- Present an acceptable residency document.
If applying for a REAL ID DL, two residency documents are required.
If you are 15 ½ – 17 ½ years old, you will need to provide proof that you:
- Completed driver education (certificate of completion of driver education) or are enrolled and participating in an approved integrated driver education/driver training (DE/DT) program (certificate of enrollment in an integrated [classroom] driver education and driver training program).
If you are over 17 ½ but under 18 years of age, you may get your instruction permit without the DE/DT certificates. However, you will not be able to take the driving test until you are 18 years of age.
If your DE/DT were completed in a state other than California, DMV will accept a letter from your out-of-state secondary school on the school’s official stationery. The letter must be signed by a school official stating that the completed courses you have taken are equivalent to a California secondary school course as described in Section 10020 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations and on form “To Secondary Schools Other Than California Schools” (DL 33).
The “To Secondary Schools Other Than California Schools” (DL 33) form should be sent to your out-of-state school. The DL 33 should not be completed, but rather contains the information for the out-of-state school to complete the letter. Obtain a DL 33 form from your local DMV office or by calling DMV at 1-800-777-0133.
An out-of-state driving instruction permit is not acceptable proof of DE/DT.
- Provide a thumbprint.
- Pass a vision exam.
- Pay a nonrefundable application fee.
- Provide a thumbprint again, provide your signature (that will appear on the driver’s license) and have your picture taken at the camera station.
- Take the knowledge test(s). You must get at least 38 questions right out of 46. You will have 3 chances to take the test, but if you fail a test you must wait 7 days (not including the day the test was failed) before taking the test again. If you fail the test all 3 times, you must start over by filling out a new application and paying the appropriate fees.
All knowledge tests must be taken before 4:30 p.m. so you are not rushed when taking the test. We want you to pass your test. Study the handbook and make use of the practice tests and driving knowledge tutorial.
As soon as you pass your knowledge test, you will be issued a provisional instruction permit.
The provisional instruction permits are not valid until the instruction permit is signed by a licensed or authorized driving instructor or the applicant reaches the age 17 ½.
A parent, guardian, spouse or adult 25 years of age or older, who has a valid California DL, must be with you when you drive. He or she must sit in the front seat in order to take control of the vehicle at any time.
A provisional instruction permit does not allow you to drive alone at any time, not even to a DMV field office to take your driving test.
The California DL/ID card application and fee is valid for 12 months after you apply. If your application will expire before you have held your provisional instruction permit for the required six months to take your driving test, you’ll need to reapply at a DMV office. You will get cumulative credit for the time you held your provisional instruction permit that counts towards your six-month requirement. Make sure to bring both your expired and valid provisional instruction permits when you take your driving test to show proof of credit.
Driver License Testing
Make an appointment for your knowledge test at DMV offices in Carson City, Henderson, Las Vegas and Reno.
You must pass the knowledge test for a license or endorsement before you schedule the skills test.
Make an appointment through our Online Drive Test Scheduling System if you have an instruction permit and have met all of the requirements. Online scheduling is available for non-commercial Class C (autos) and Class M (motorcycles) licenses. Most offices also offer stand-by skills test.
All Commercial Drivers License tests and transactions must be completed at a CDL office.
The DMV charges a Testing Fee of $25 for a first-time knowledge and skills test and $10 for all retests. The initial fee covers both written and drive tests for any combination of license classes or endorsements that are paid for at the same time. This fee is in addition to other licensing fees.
Certain medically-required tests are exempt. See Driver License Fees. There is no charge for vision tests.
Vision TestTop ↑
The minimum level of acceptable vision for full driving privileges is 20/40. If a driver must wear glasses or contact lenses to meet this standard, Restriction B will be placed on the license.
Persons who cannot meet this standard may be licensed to drive in daylight hours only, denied a license or required to submit a yearly examination depending on the nature of the vision problem.
Knowledge (Written) TestTop ↑
The Nevada knowledge test for a Class C, non-commercial license consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. 80 percent or better is a passing score.
Knowledge tests are available on touch-screen computers in English and Spanish. The system also offers audio.
Try our Online Sample Quiz!
Skills (Driving) TestTop ↑
You must pass the knowledge test and obtain an instruction permit for a given class of license or endorsement before you schedule your skills test.
Skills tests are administered by appointment. Larger offices also offer tests on a stand-by basis. Rural offices do not offer stand-by tests. Not all DMV locations offer all tests.
Please have your instruction permit number or social security number ready when you call or schedule online. You must call to cancel a test.
|Las Vegas area||(702) 486-4368|
|Reno/Sparks/Carson City||(775) 684-4368|
The examiner will perform a safety inspection on your vehicle and check your registration and insurance. Vehicles must be properly registered and insured.
You do not have to use your own vehicle, but you must have a vehicle in the same license class as you are applying for. You may not use a rental car.
Most beginning drivers under 18 must present a driver's education Certificate of Completion and a Beginning Driver Experience Log.
See Motorcycle Skills Test for a preview of the motorcycle course and test requirements.
See Commercial Drivers License to schedule a skills test for Class A or B, commercial Class C or Endorsements.
Please do not leave your children unattended while you take a skills test. Skills tests will be canceled if there is no responsible party available to supervise small children.
Knowledge (Written) Test
An applicant who has a lack of English or Spanish language skills may use an interpreter during a written examination for a non-commercial driver’s license, driver authorization card or instruction permit.
Interpreters must attest that they are approved by a governmental agency, court, educational institution, or non-profit advocacy group by presenting a letter from the approving agency. This is submitted with an application (DMV 502). See DMV Approved Translators/Interpreters.
At each test, the interpreter must submit an Affidavit of Oath for Interpreters/Translators (DLD 11).
The applicant must bear any cost of the interpreter’s services. Interpreters may not provide services for family members.
Skills (Drive) Test
The Department does not allow interpreters to be present during any drive test.
What Tests Will I Need?Top ↑
The DMV may require any driver to take all tests depending on factors such as driving history or medical conditions. This table lists only typical requirements.
Beginning drivers or those who have never been licensed in the U.S., U.S. Territories or Canada.
Vision, Knowledge and Skills
|Drivers licensed in another jurisdiction applying for a Nevada license (new residents)|
|Currently licensed in the U.S., U.S. Territories or Canada and 21 years of age or older||Vision Only|
|Currently licensed in the U.S., U.S. Territories or Canada and under 21||Vision and Knowledge|
|Currently licensed in the U.S., U.S. Territories or Canada but has misplaced the actual license||Vision and Knowledge|
|Three or more moving violations in the last 4 years||Vision and Knowledge|
|Any suspension, revocation, cancellation or other disqualification in the last 4 years||Vision and Knowledge|
|Any DUI conviction within the past 7 years||Vision and Knowledge|
|Has license restrictions that require reevaluation of driving skills||Vision, Knowledge and Skills|
Currently licensed in a foreign country other than Canada (A skills test waiver may be granted to Taiwan nationals.)
Vision, Knowledge and Skills
|Drivers at the renewal of an existing Nevada license|
|Three or more moving violations within the last 4 years||Vision and Knowledge|
|Any instruction permit renewal for a permit expired more than 30 days||Vision and Knowledge|
|Any license expired more than one year but less than four years||Vision and Knowledge|
Any license expired more than four years
Vision, Knowledge and Skills
|Drivers at the reinstatement of an existing Nevada license|
|Six or more moving violations within the last 4 years||Vision, Knowledge and Skills|
|Any license suspended, revoked, denied or canceled more than one year||Vision, Knowledge and Skills|
Any crash in which the applicant was at fault during the 1-year period immediately preceding the date of reinstatement
Vision, Knowledge and Skills
|Drivers making changes to an existing Nevada license|
|Adding endorsements, or adding/removing certain restrictions||Vision, Knowledge and Skills|
|Adding Class M (motorcycle license) after completing a MOST course||Vision|
|Adding Class M (motorcycle license) without MOST course||Vision, Knowledge and Skills|
|Changing from Class C to Class B or A, or Class B to A||Vision, Knowledge and Skills|
|Changing from Class A or B to Class C||No Tests or Vision Only if Renewing|
How to prepare for the test
You can study for the test by reading the NJ Driver Manual.
How to take the test
Visit a driver testing center with your 6 Points of ID and purchase an examination permit.
Schedule Knowledge Test
Make an appointment for your knowledge test after purchase of an examination permit.
Foreign language options
The written tests are offered in the following languages: English, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), French, Spanish, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Hindi, Albanian, and Turkish. Oral tests are offered in English and Spanish.
If the knowledge test is not available in your native language you may use a state-approved interpreter, however, you must first attempt to complete the knowledge test in an offered language. If you fail to pass the test and feel you need an interpreter, please inform the MVC personnel at the testing location and they will make arrangements to secure an interpreter in your native language and pay the appropriate fees. Once an interpreter is secured you will be contacted by an MVC employee with the interpreter appointment date and time. You must inform the MVC of the need for an interpreter at least two weeks in advance of the date you intend to take the written knowledge test.
Deaf or hard of hearing options
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you can take the knowledge test with an MVC-approved interpreter. The MVC will pay the interpreter’s fees directly associated with the knowledge test after submission of a properly completed payment voucher form. In order to qualify, the interpreter must be one of the following:
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