What is the fee for a MO driver license? Missouri

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Missouri Driver License Fees

To obtain a MO drivers license, you must, at one point or another, pay the DOR one or all of the following driver license fees:

  • Instruction permit fee: $3.50
  • Intermediate driver license: $7.50
  • Three-year full license (Class F): $10
  • Six-year full license (Class F): $20
All DOR offices accept cash and money orders. Only a select few offices take personal checks, debit cards, and credit cards (Discover, MasterCard, American Express). If you plan to pay your fee with anything other than cash or a money order, be sure to call ahead and make sure your DOR allows it.

Apply for a MO Drivers License

To apply for a drivers license you'll need to pass four tests: vision, written, road sign, and driving.

To properly prepare for the road sign and written tests, you'll need to study the state's drivers manual and take at least one or two online practice tests.  

To take the driving test you'll need to visit a Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) driver examination site. When you arrive for the test, have with you:

  • Proof of name and date of birth.
  • Your Missouri permit.
  • A working car that's both legally inspected and registered.

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