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If you are under 18 you must bring the following items with you to DMV in order to take your written test for a learner's permit.

  • Proof of completion of classroom or online driver education. This will be a certificate issued to you upon completion of your driver education from the school you took the course from.
  • Your birth certificate. It must be an official copy from the county where you were born, and contain the raised county seal. If you were born out of the country, you must bring your proof of legal residence.
  • Your social security card.
  • An application for a driver license. This is a DMV form # DL 44, and can be picked up on the counter of your local DMV office. It is a from in duplicate, so it cannot be downloaded from the internet. The form must be signed by ALL parents or guardians.
  • An application fee of $32 dollars for an original license. Checks and debit cards are ok, but no credit cards.
  • You will be required to take a vision test, so if you wear glasses/contacts you will need them.
If you are over 18, you will need all these things except for the proof of completion of driver education, and the parent/guardian signature.