What must I bring to take the driver test if I am younger than 18?

Each state varies on what to bring to the driver test. To learn the specific requirements for your state, view the grid below. Keep in mind that in addition to the listed requirements below, all states require proof of ID and, in most cases, accompaniment by a licensed driver. Identification requirements may vary, so contact your examiner before arriving on what ID to bring.  

Don't forget that before you can take the drivers license road test you will need a drivers permit. To obtain one you'll need to pass your state's learners permit knowledge test. This is a multiple choice quiz, comprised of anywhere from 20 to 40 questions. Pass and you'll receive your permit.

Proof of Registration Proof of Insurance Learners Permit/Interim License Proof of Driver Ed
Alabama
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Alaska
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Must also bring proof of passing the written test and a parental consent form.
Arizona
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If under 18, bring the same signatory or notarized representation used for permit.
Arkansas
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California
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Colorado
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Must also bring drive time log sheet only if applicable.
Connecticut
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Delaware
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Must also present the driver's license of the driver accompanying you.
Florida
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Georgia
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Hawaii
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Idaho
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If over 17, bring road test fee receipt, proving you paid the test fee at a DMV office. If under 17, bring completed permit, signed off by parent or guardian.
Illinois
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Also bring affidavit proving you completed 50 hours of supervised driving.
Indiana
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Iowa
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Kansas
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Kentucky
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Driver accompanying you to test site must be 21 or older.
Louisiana
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Maine
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Maryland
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Depending on situation, you may be asked to also bring a completed driving log and completion certificate for alcohol education program.
Massachusetts
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Must also have a completed Road Test application.
Michigan
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Instead of permit you need a Michigan Level 1 license. Parent or guardian must also be on hand to sign driving skills score sheet.
Minnesota
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Mississippi
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A licensed driver must accompany you.
Missouri
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Montana
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Nebraska
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Nevada
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Must bring the same forms of identity that you used for permit application.
New Hampshire
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TWO forms of proper ID required.
New Jersey
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Must also bring your examination permit.
New Mexico
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New York
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If you took a pre-licensing course you must bring completed Form MV-262.
North Carolina
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North Dakota
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Driver ed proof needed of you're under 16.
Ohio
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Oklahoma
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Oregon
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ID requirements MAY require proof of legal presence, name and Social Security Number.
Pennsylvania
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Must also provide Parent or Guardian Certificate form (if under 18), the license of driver who accompanied you and proof of emissions (if applicable)
Rhode Island
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South Carolina
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South Dakota
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Tennessee
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Teenagers exchanging learner permit for a restricted license must bring 50-Hour Driving Certificate.
Texas
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Also bring your Social Security card.
Utah
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Vermont
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Your car must also have a valid inspection sticker.
Virginia
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Your car must also have a valid inspection sticker.
Washington
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West Virginia
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You must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 or older.
Wisconsin
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Provide a completed MV3001 form.
Wyoming
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Washington DC
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Bring your Certificate for Eligibility for Provisional License with Conditions form.


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