How to Pass Your Oklahoma Permit Test in 2016

Many people feel nervous before they get their first drivers license. There are many reasons to feel this way. It can be difficult to know where to go and what to do. So many different steps are required and you can literally spend hours trying to figure out what to do. This guide was created to help you navigate through the process so that you can quickly and easily get your Oklahoma drivers license. We will guide you through the process step by step from attending a driving school to getting your license. Getting your OK learners permit and license will take time, so be patient.

How To Proceed

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    Contact the Oklahoma DPS and Learn the Requirements in Your State

    Each state has specific requirements for getting a drivers license. In Oklahoma you will not be able to receive a license if you have a revoked or suspended license in another state. Plus you must be at least 16 years old.

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    Pick Up a Drivers Handbook

    While at the Oklahoma DMV, make sure that you pick up a drivers handbook. This helpful guide is jam packed with helpful information that you can use to study for your test. If you don’t want to go into the DMV, the guide is also available online. Make sure that you carefully study your Oklahoma drivers manual.

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    Study for Your Oklahoma Drivers Permit Test

    Take some time to study for your permit test. You should use your drivers manual as a primary resource. It is also a good idea to take an Oklahoma permit practice test or two. This will help you to prepare and can provide insight on areas that need additional study.

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    Obtain the Needed Documentation and ID

    Before you can take your permit test, you will need to verify your identity. In Oklahoma you will need to supply ID such as a birth certificate or social security card. Contact the DMV for a complete list of acceptable documentation. If you don’t have these documents handy, you will need to obtain duplicates before you can take your permit test. No copies are allowed.

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    Learn the Graduated Licensing Requirements

    If you are a teen driver, you should be aware that Oklahoma has special requirements for getting a license. These include that you must enroll and complete an Oklahoma drivers ed program that focuses on Oklahoma defensive driving. You must also have your permit for at least 6 months and complete 50 hours of practice before you can receive your license.

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    Take the Oklahoma Permit Test

    Next you will head to the DMV where you will provide documentation, fill out forms, take a vision test and a written test. This test will be very similar to the Oklahoma practice test that you have already taken. Careful study is key for passing this test. If you pass you will receive an Oklahoma drivers permit.

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    Use Your Permit to Practice

    Once you receive an Oklahoma permit you can start practicing. You must have a licensed driver over 21 in the front seat next to you whenever you drive.

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    Schedule Your Oklahoma Driving Test

    Call the DMV and make an appointment for your behind the wheel test. Remember that if you are a teen driver you must wait 6 months and complete the 50 hours of required driving practice. Be sure to log your hours so that you can get credit for them.

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    Take Your Test

    When you come to the DMV for your driving test be sure to bring your Oklahoma drivers permit. You will need to supply your own vehicle and cannot come alone. During the test you will demonstrate safe driving practices during an on the road test with an administrator. If you fail you must wait at least 3 days to try again. If you fail more than 3 times you must wait at least 30 days between tests and take your written test again. Get enough practice before you go in to save time and extra fees.

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    You Now Have an Oklahoma Driving License

    Congratulations on your big achievement!

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