What are the ND driving permit test requirements? North Dakota

Well, you need to be at least 14 years old to apply for a drivers permit, and take the permit test.

You don't need an appointment for the written test, but you must present proper identification (original or certified copies only) proving your full name and date of birth, and provide your Social Security number. Acceptable documents include a birth certificate, state ID, or valid U.S. passport. A parent or legal guardian must sign your learners permit application.

And, you must pass a vision test, too.

You don't need to enroll in a NDDOT-approved drivers education class to take the written test, but if you're younger than 16 years old, you must complete such a class before attempting the road test.

Permit Test Preparation

Before taking the written test, it's recommended you study the North Dakota drivers license manual. And, it's not a bad idea to follow that up by taking a practice permit test, which can indicate how ready you are for the official driving permit exam.

ND Auto Insurance Requirements

Unless you own a car, you shouldn't have to worry about auto insurance coverage as you likely will fall under the coverage of a parent or guardian.

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