Driving Practice Test
How To Get A Washington Drivers License
You are eligible to apply for a learner’s permit if you are 15 years old and enrolled in a driver’s education course. If you enroll in driver’s education, your written exam is waived. Once you’re ready, go to your local DMV and apply for a permit. Fill out the application, present proof of identity, your social security card, and your driver’s education enrollment proof. Complete and have your parent or guardian sign a Parental Authorization Affidavit, and pass a vision test. If you choose not to enroll in driver’s education, you will take the written examination now.This multiple choice test has 40 questions and you have to get 32 or better correct to pass. If you fail, you have to wait three days to retake the test and pay a $10 fee each time. Finally, pay the $25 fee. You must complete an additional 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice with your parent or guardian, with 10 hours being driven during nighttime hours. You have to hold your permit for a minimum of 6 months before you can apply for your intermediate driver’s license.To obtain your intermediate driver’s license, you must be 16 years old and have all your hours logged. Go to the DMV in person and fill out the Driver’s Licensing Application with your parent’s co-signature. Present a signed certificate of completion for a driver training course. Finally, pass a vision test and pay the $35 application fee and the $54 licensing fee. You will keep this license until you turn 18 years old, then it will automatically roll over into an unrestricted license.If you are new to the state, you have 30 days to switch your license over. If your license is currently valid, you don’t have to take any additional written test, just a vision test. Bring your license to the DMV for surrendering, fill out the completed driver’s license application, submit your residency proof and identification, and pay the $90 application fee.
Pass The Test
How To Pass the Washington Driver's License Test
Many people are extremely nervous about taking their learners permit or driver’s license test, but you can likely calm your nerves a bit if you prepare properly which can help you avoid making major mistakes on your exam day. These steps should help.
- Prepare the day before. This means you should have all of your required paperwork laid out and ready to go. Have your identification, your learner’s permit and all documentation neatly organized and left in a place where you won’t miss them before you head to the test.
- Don’t skimp on the practice tests. This site and many others have huge databases of questions to help you brush up on road signs and Washington’s driving laws. Use them to your advantage, they’re free!
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- Once you have your permit, try to practice in the same areas where you’re likely to be tested (near the facility). This will help you get familiar with the road signs, speed limits, and directions in the area so there are fewer chances for surprises or mistakes.
- Get intimately acquainted with the Washington driver’s handbook (link below). Make sure you’ve got the current year’s version and make sure you know it inside and out.
Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) Information
If you need to contact the Washington DOL, use the links below, or use the general phone number.
Washington driver testing locations: https://drivingtestsample.com/dmv-locations/washington/
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