Getting your New Driver License
Getting a new license can be a hassle, but before you head out to your local DMV, make sure you are well-prepared! Our staff has researched the driver's license process for every state, so all the information you need is right here at your fingertips. Click "Continue" below to get started.
New Driver?s License
Once you have obtained a learner?s license and practiced for at least six months, you are eligible to apply for a new Puerto Rico driver?s license with little-to-no restrictions, depending on your age. If you are applying for a new driver?s license in Puerto Rico for the first time, the steps below will help point you in the right direction:
- Take the Practical Examination
- Complete a Medical Certification Form
- Provide CESCO with your Social Security card, or other document proving your Social Security Number, such as a paystub
- Provide proof of birth date
- Provide proof of legal presence
- Proof of residence, such as a utility bill
- Provide an IRS stamp - cost is $10
- You must be at least 16, with a learner?s permit that is at least six months old, or at least 18 years of age to get a new driver?s license in Puerto Rico.
You must know the basic rules of the road in order to pass your road test during the practical examination, as well as knowing how to execute them. Be calm, safe and confident, and you will earn your new Puerto Rico driver?s license in no time!