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How To Get A North Carolina Drivers License
North Carolina uses a graduated licensing system with three tiers. You may apply for your learner’s permit when you are 15 and 6 months old. You have to bring a social security card, proof of residency, and the $20 fee to your local North Carolina DMV. You must also bring your driving supervisor with you, and this can be any adult who is 21 years or older and is in good standing. This adult will co-sign your learner’s permit application. You must pass a vision test with a score of 20/40, a sign test, and your 25 question written test with a score of 80 percent or higher.Oral tests are available upon request for people who have trouble reading. If you fail, you can retake the test in 10 days with no additional fee. You must hold your permit for 12 months before moving on to the next level. The next step is your limited provisional license. You must be 16 years old and complete 60 hours of supervised, documented driving with your supervising adult, with 10 of those hours being at night. You must pass a road test, have proof of insurance, and have no moving violations. A $20 fee applies to this tier.The final step is the full license. After you have held your provisional license for 6 months, you can apply for your full license. You must have no convictions or upcoming violations to be eligible, and pay the $20 fee. If you are new to North Carolina, you have 60 days to get a new license. To apply, you must appear in person at one of the state’s driver license offices and take the required tests. You must complete the road sign recognition and vision tests to obtain a North Carolina driver license.
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How To Pass the North Carolina Driver's License Test
Whether you’re seeking your North Carolina driver’s license or learner’s permit, you’ll need to be prepared to pass the North Carolina permit test or written road sign test on the first try. The following tips will prove helpful in scoring well on the test on your first try.
- Take every practice NC DMV permit test and practice NC driver’s test you can. This site has a huge bank of test questions on North Carolina DMV road signs and traffic laws so use them to your advantage.
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- Read the NC Driver’s Handbook like it’s the most important thing in the world. This document has everything you need to know about the written knowledge portion of the driver’s test and the road skills test. If you don’t have a physical copy you can download it in a link below.
- Don’t sweat a tough question or two. You need to answer 20 out of 25 questions correctly, there’s a chance you’ll run into a question or two that you’ll need to make an educated guess on - that’s fine. Eliminate the answers that don’t make sense and make an educated guess. All you need to do is pass, so don’t stress a couple of questions that you’re not 100% sure about.
North Carolina Department of Transportation
For information on North Carolina driver’s licenses and testing, as well as information on vehicles and registration, you can find more information on the North Carolina DOT website at https://www.ncdot.gov/dmv/Pages/default.aspx
To find the North Carolina DOT location nearest you please visit https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/north-carolina/
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