What is the fee to get a drivers permit?

If you're getting ready to apply for your permit, you will need to pass a written exam. The best way to prepare is by taking a practice permit test. These exams cans be found on the Internet. Each test features multiple choice questions, just like those asked on actual tests, based on material found in state driver manuals. You can expect questions on road sign identification, parking, passing and much more.

Most tests are free, so go wild; test yourself until you're brimming with confidence. The more tests you take the better your chances of obtaining your learners permit and, eventually, your drivers license.

Alabama $23
Alaska $15
Arizona $7
Arkansas $20
California $31
Colorado $14 (applies to all three permits)
Connecticut $18
Delaware $12.50
Florida $20
Georgia $10
Hawaii $10 (fees may vary depending on county)
Idaho $15
Illinois $20
Indiana $9
Iowa $6
Kansas $8
Kentucky $12
Louisiana $13.50 plus $8 service fee
Maine $10
Maryland $50
Massachusetts $30
Michigan Free
Minnesota $10.25
Mississippi $4
Missouri $3.50
Montana $35.50
Nebraska $10.50
Nevada $25
New Hampshire $50 (No permit required. This fee applies to a Youth Drivers License.)
New Jersey $10
New Mexico $10
New York 16-16 1/2:$80; 16 1/2 - 17: $76.75; 17 -17 1/2: $92.50; 17 1/2 - 18: $89.25
North Carolina $15
North Dakota $10
Ohio $22
Oklahoma $25.50
Oregon $23.50
Pennsylvania $5
Rhode Island $11.50
South Carolina $2.50
South Dakota $8
Tennessee $10.50
Texas $5
Utah $15
Vermont $17 (must also pay a $28 written fee)
Virginia $3
Washington $20
West Virginia $5
Wisconsin $35
Wyoming $20
Washington DC $20

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