Learner's permits in Oklahoma
How to get a learner's permit in Oklahoma
To be eligible for a Oklahoma learner's permit you must be at least 15 and a half years old, You have to be a new resident of Oklahoma who has been licensed in another state, but your driver's license has been expired for longer than six months, and have never been licensed to operate a vehicle.
You cannot become eligible for a learner's permit until you are 15 and 1/2 but you are allowed to start driver training when you are 15 as long as you are accompanied by a certified driver education instructor.Also keep in mind if you have not participated in a driver's education you will have to wait till you are 16 to receive a learner's permit in Oklahoma.
To obtain a learner's permit in Oklahoma:
- You will need parental consent on your learner's permit application if you are under 18 years of age.
- Passing both a vision screening exam and a written exam is mandatory. You will be issued an Oklahoma learner's permit as soon as you pass both.
Remember to bring the following with you to the Driver's Exam Station:
- Primary and secondary proof of identity.
- Your Social Security card
- $25.50 learner's permit fee.
- Must show proof of enrollment in a driver's education course if you are younger than 16.
You must have a licensed driver 21 or older sitting next to you at all times while driving with your Oklahoma learner's permit.
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