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Important: Drivers ed is NOT a requirement for getting an Oklahoma driver license. However, applicants under the age of 18 can speed up the licensing process by taking a DPS-approved drivers ed course. Aceable’s Oklahoma 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 OKLAHOMA DRIVER LICENSE (AGES 15-17)
- Decide if you want to take a DPS-approved drivers ed course. Taking an official course will enable you to apply for a Learner Permit at age 15 and a half rather than 16. It may also allow you to switch from an Intermediate License to a regular license as much as 6 months earlier.
- Head to your local DPS office. Bring proof of the following: lawful presence in the U.S., Oklahoma residency, identity, and school enrollment. Find examples of appropriate documents here.
- Pass the vision test and written knowledge test to get your Learner Permit. There will be license and application fees totaling $37.50.
- Carry your Learner Permit for 6 months while you get 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice with a supervisor who is 21 or older and has been licensed for at least 2 years. Make sure 10 of those practice hours take place at night. You’ll need to fill out the Affidavit of Driver Training and have it signed and notarized by your parent.
- Pass the driving skills test to get an Intermediate License.
- You can get a regular license with full driving privileges once you turn 18. You may be able to get it sooner if you’ve held an Intermediate License for a year (or 6 months, if you took an approved drivers ed course). Congrats!
HOW TO GET YOUR OKLAHOMA DRIVER LICENSE (AGE 18 AND UP)
- Head to your local DPS office. Bring documents to prove your lawful presence in the U.S., Oklahoma residency, and identity. Find examples of acceptable documents here.
- Take a vision test and written knowledge test.
- Optional step: get your Learner Permit and keep it for 30 days while you practice driving.
- Whether or not you chose to do Step 3, you will need to pass a driving test to get your driver license. There will be license and application fees totaling $37.50. Freedom!
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