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You may obtain your learner permit to drive if you are at least 15 years of age. You will be required to:
The learner permit entitles an applicant that is younger than 18 years of age to operate a regular motor vehicle only if:
The learner permit entitles an applicant that is older than 18 years of age to operate a regular motor vehicle only if:
If an applicant is 17 years of age or younger when they apply for their learner permit, they must hold the learner permit for six months before being able to apply for a driver license. However, if the applicant turns 18 during the holding period, they may apply for their driver license upon turning 18. And the six-month learner permit holding requirment does not apply to an applicant who is age 18 or older at the time of application for the learner permit.
The $15.00 fee for the learner permit entitles the applicant to not more than three attempts to pass the knowledge (written) test within one year. After 3 failures, applicant will be required to pay an additional fee.
You may renew a learner permit by paying a $15.00 renewal fee and completing the application process again. However, all documentation you furnished for your original learner permit is not required for a renewal or duplicate of a learner permit.
You must have a learner permit before taking a driver education course.