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How To Proceed
Pick Up a Copy of What Every Driver Must Know
Michigan has created a special guide that will help you prepare for your Michigan drivers test. This guide is called What Every Driver Must Know. You can get a copy of your own online or at the local Secretary of State branch offices.
Study Your Handbook
Once you get a copy of this important handbook, it is time to start studying. The state of Michigan recommends that drivers focus their studying on the information in Chapter 1 and in Chapters 6-10 since this will be the primary focus of the written test. Make sure that you are aware of all the information in the guide.
Applying for a Michigan License if You Are Already Licensed in Another State
Applying for a Michigan driver license is much simpler if you already have a license and know how to drive. If this is the case, take your social security card, proof of identity and Michigan residency to a Secretary of the State branch office. Rather than having a Michigan DMV, most paperwork is completed by the Secretary of State. You will need to pay $25, turn in your old license, pass a vision test and then you can receive your Michigan enhanced drivers license in the mail.
Applying for a First Time License in Michigan
If you are a first time driver, getting your license will be a little more complicated. You will need to apply for your Michigan permit first and then your license once you have practiced for a sufficient amount of time.
Take a Michigan Practice Test for the Permit
Once you are comfortable with the information in What Every Driver Must Know, take some time and take a few practice tests. This will help you to determine if you understand the information. If you can successfully pass the Michigan practice tests, you can probably pass the actual test as well.
Fill Out Paperwork
Next you will go to the Secretary of the State local branch office nearest you and fill out the necessary paperwork for getting a Michigan license. If you are under 18, make sure that you take a parent along since they will need to sign your application.
Take the Michigan Written Driving Test
Now you can take your written test. This will cover the information from your handbook, but more specifically the information in Chapters 1 and 6-10. These questions will be multiple choice and your test will be graded while you wait. If you pass, you can receive your permit.
Practice, Practice, Practice
You can practice your driving skills on Michigan public roads with your permit as long as you have a licensed driver over 21 in the front passenger seat. Make sure that you drive during the day, at night, in the rain and in the snow so that you will be prepared to drive on your own. While practicing make sure that you practice obeying and observing the laws. Consider enrolling in drivers training in Michigan.
Take the Behind the Wheel Test
Schedule an appointment and take your skills test once you are comfortable with driving. This test will ensure that you can successfully and safely drive. Once you pass this test and pay the $25 fee you can receive your Michigan drivers license. Remember if you are under 18 it is a provisional license and you will have to meet specific guidelines to keep it.
Enjoy Your Drivers License
Make sure that you follow the laws and drive safely so that you can continue to enjoy driving in Michigan. Getting a license is a big deal and you should be very proud of your achievement.
Andrei Zakhareuski is the founder of Driving-Tests.org. He has been writing for beginner US drivers for several years.
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