Can I take my drivers license test in Espanol?

Espanol Drivers License Test Availability

Consult the grid below to determine if your state offers license tests in Espanol. You’ll see that drivers license tests are offered in Spanish in 40 of the 50 U.S. states.

States that offer the license test in Spanish typically publish manuals in Spanish as well. In preparation for the written and driving test, become familiar with your state’s drivers license manual, and consider taking a drivers education course. You can also take a few practice tests in Spanish online, via independent websites such as the Unofficial DMV Guide.

Roads Signs in English


In some instances, the road sign portion of the written test is still in English, requiring at least basic knowledge of the English language of all drivers. After all, road signs on the road are written in English, and every operator of a motor vehicle must be able to read them.

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Alabama
x
Alaska
x
Arizona
x
Arkansas
x
California
x
Colorado
x
Connecticut
x
Delaware
x
Florida
x
Georgia
x
Hawaii
x
Idaho
x
Illinois
x
Indiana
x
Iowa
x
Kansas
x
Kentucky
x
Louisiana
x
Maine
x
Maryland
x
Massachusetts
x
Michigan
x
Minnesota
x
Mississippi
x
Missouri
x
Montana
x
Nebraska
x
Nevada
x
New Hampshire
x
New Jersey
x
New Mexico
x
New York
x
North Carolina
x
North Dakota
x
Ohio
x
Oklahoma
x
Oregon
x
Pennsylvania
x
Rhode Island
x
South Carolina
x
South Dakota
x
Tennessee
x
Texas
x
Utah
x
Vermont
x
Virginia
x
Washington
x
West Virginia
x
Wisconsin
x
Wyoming
x
Washington DC
x

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