The District of Columbia may not be a state, but it does have its own tests and rules when it comes to getting the District of Columbia driver’s license. To help you pass those tests and to learn the rules, we’ve compiled a list of resources that are all about getting the District of Columbia driver’s license.
Teen Permit Test
The District of Columbia permit practice test is the best way to prepare for getting your permit, and then you license, no matter how old you are. Teens are typically the ones who take this test, even though it is meant of anyone learning to drive for the first time.
Renewing Driver’s License Test
You do not have to take the District of Columbia driver’s license renewal test if your license has not been expired for more than three months. If you already missed the three month mark, then this practice test will help you get your District of Columbia driver’s license again.
New to State Driver’s License Test
If you are new to the District of Columbia, then you need to get your District of Columbia driver’s license within 60 days of establishing residency. If you have a valid license from another state, then you do not need to take the District of Columbia new to state driver’s license test.
State Driving Manual / Handbook
The District of Columbia driving handbook is the one tool you can’t go without. It has everything you need to know to pass the test and to get your District of Columbia driver’s license. Click the link to download the latest version.
Road Signs Practice Test
Even though some states may have a separate road signs test, every state will ask at least one question about them. Make sure you don’t get these questions wrong by taking the District of Columbia road signs practice test.
District of Columbia Driver’s License Blog Posts
We also have our daily driver blog that publishes posts about preparing for the test, safe driving, and current driving laws. Below are a few links we recommend reading so that you are not only prepared to take the driver’s license test, but also prepared to drive with your license in the state: