What documents are required to obtain a Missouri drivers license? Missouri

Required Missouri Driver License Documents

To apply for a MO drivers license, you must visit any DOR office with:

  • Proof of age and name.
  • Proof of lawful presence.
  • Proof of Missouri residency
  • Proof of Social Security number
  • Driver Examination Record (Form DOR-100), if applicable.
NOTE: Proof of drivers ed enrollment is not required.  

Visit the DOR website for a full list of accepted identification documents. 

Obtain a MO Drivers License

To obtain a Missouri driver license you'll need to pass four tests: vision, written, road sign, and driving.

To prepare for the written and road sign tests, study the state's drivers manual. Every test question is based on information explained in the manual, including passing techniques, highway driving, and turning at intersections. You can grab a hardcopy from any DOR location, or by downloading from the DOR website.

After studying, gauge how test-ready you are by taking at least one practice test. These exams flourish online and feature questions similar to those found on the actual tests.

You'll take a license test through the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP). No appointment necessary. Be sure, before arriving, to confirm testing hours. Each driving test location has different hours, usually limited to one day a week.

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