Permit Test Prep

Kentucky

Want to get your Kentucky driver license? Aceable’s Kentucky Permit Test Prep can help you ace the permit exam. This drivers ed course will teach you the rules of the road whenever and wherever you want. You’ll get 20 levels of interactive lessons and unlimited practice tests designed to prepare you for the Kentucky written knowledge exam.

Important: This is NOT a state-approved driver education course. Kentucky license applicants under the age of 18 must take an approved drivers ed course. Aceable’s Kentucky Permit Test Prep is a mobile study aid. It’s the perfect course for busy adults and a great study tool for teens.

HOW TO GET YOUR KENTUCKY DRIVER LICENSE (AGES 16-17)
  1. Get your paperwork together. Bring your original or certified birth certificate, Social Security card, No Pass/No Drive (School Compliance Verification) form, and an application signed by your parent or legal guardian. Find examples of acceptable documents here.
  2. Take a vision test and written knowledge test at your Circuit Court Clerk’s office to get your Permit.
  3. Carry your Permit for 6 months while you log 60 hours of behind-the-wheel practice (including 10 hours at night) with your parent or other licensed adult who is 21 or older.
  4. Check online to see if appointments are available for your driving skills test. When you pass the road test, a Kentucky State Police License Examiner will put an “Intermediate” sticker on your permit.
  5. Take an approved drivers ed course. There are a few to choose from: high school drivers ed, course from an approved private driving school, or an online graduated license course.
  6. Once you have met the drivers ed requirement and have held your Intermediate License for at least 6 months, you can apply for a regular driver license with full driving privileges. Congrats!
HOW TO GET YOUR KENTUCKY DRIVER LICENSE (AGES 18 AND UP)
  1. Pass a vision test and knowledge test at your Circuit Court Clerk’s office. Bring your original or certified birth certificate and Social Security card. Find examples of acceptable documents here. You’ll also have to pay the testing and licensing fees to the state.
  2. Practice driving with a licensed adult for 6 months while you have your permit. If you’re 21 or older, you only need to hold your permit for 30 days.
  3. Pass your road test. You’ll need to bring your own registered and insured vehicle for the test.
  4. Receive your driver license. Freedom!

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