Do I need to make an appointment to apply for a driver license in OK? Oklahoma

OK Driver License Appointment Requirements

First-time drivers in the state of Oklahoma must pass a vision test, a written license test, and a driving test, in order to obtain an OK drivers license. You do not need an appointment for vision or license test, but driving tests are given by appointment only, between the hours of 1:15 p.m. and 4 p.m. at most DPS locations.

Preparing for the Driver License Tests

In addition to the Oklahoma Driver’s Manual, available through the OK DPS, you can find free and low-cost practice tests online from a variety of independent drivers ed companies. After studying the manual, take a practice test or two to see how well you retain the information.

Prior to taking the driving test, you must submit proof of identity, date of birth, OK residency, and auto insurance. A complete list of acceptable documents is available for download on the DPS website.

Finding a DPS Location Near You

The Department of Public Safety (DPS) website provides a complete list of testing locations. You can also contact the DPS directly at the following address:

Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 11415
Oklahoma City, OK 73136
(405) 425-2424

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