What do I have to do to get my driving permit?

There is no uniform answer since each state mandates different driving permit requirements. To learn how to apply for a learners permit in your state, visit your state's DMV Web site and look under drivers license. You'll more than likely be directed to a separate page detailing how to obtain a permit with downloadable links to driving permit applications and driver manuals.  

You may find your state requires drivers ed before applying for a permit. If so, don't sweat it. Classes are readily available and conform to all schedules. Courses combine on-road training with classroom instruction, giving you the needed background to pass all required drivers license tests. 

If you're one of those who tenses up during tests, get a feel for what to expect by taking a practice written test. They're readily available online.

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