How can I make a road test appointment online?

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Click on your state in the list below to find specific details about making a road test appointment.

Some states handle each driving test on a walk-in basis, but many require each drivers license applicant to make an appointment. Depending on your state, you might be able to make an appointment online or when you call your local motor vehicle branch location.

Practice Driving Before Your Road Test

Just as you took a practice permit test before you took the real deal, make sure you’ve spent some time practicing your driving skills before you make your driving test appointment.

If you’re younger than 18 and working your way through the graduated driver licensing (GDL) process, chances are you won’t be able to skip out on practice; most states require teen drivers to present a log confirming they’ve spent a certain number of hours practicing behind the wheel.

States usually don’t place such requirements on adult applicants, though, so it’s important for these folks to make time between the written and road tests to get in some practice time.

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