What is the fee for a NH driver license? New Hampshire

NH Driver License Fees

The New Hampshire driver license fee is $50. You can pay for this fee with cash or a check, money order, or credit card.

Other fees may apply depending on your situation, however (think duplicate or reinstated license). Be sure to contact the NH DMV to find out your exact fee.

Applying for a New Hampshire Drivers License

To obtain a drivers license you must pass three tests: vision, written, and driving.

The written test features 20 multiple-choice questions. You'll have 30 minutes to complete the test and must answer at least 16 questions correctly to pass. Study the state's drivers manual. All questions are based only on information found in the manual. If you need a copy, visit any DMV office, or download from the DMV website.

Next, take at least one practice permit test. These can be found online and feature questions similar to those found on the actual exam, allowing you to evaluate if you're test-prepared.

Taking a License Test

Arrive at the driving test location no later than 3:30 p.m. Have with you:

  • Two forms of identification.
  • A working vehicle that's legally registered and inspected.
  • Another licensed adult.
If you pass you'll be issued a temporary drivers license, valid for 60 days. Use this until your permanent drivers license arrives in the mail.

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