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Frequently Asked Questions - After You Have Passed the Driving Exam (or Road Test)

Yes. If you are under 18, you will only be able to drive with one other passenger, and you will not be able to drive between 10 PM and 5 AM unless you are accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older.
Yes. Oklahoma requires that you carry liability insurance.
Typically, when you apply for car insurance you will need to submit documents proving your identity, information detailing your driving record and information about the vehicle that you wish to insurance.
The cost of car insurance varies depending on various factors like your age, how many people will be on your policy, what type of car you will drive, your driving record and the insurance company you choose.
Once you have passed your OK Driving Exam, you will receive a form that you will take to a tag agent's office. There, you will take your Driver's License photo and pay your license fee.
Yes. Alaska requires that you carry insurance that covers $25,000 property damage and $50,000/$100,000 for bodily injury (or death).
Typically, when you apply for car insurance you will need to submit documents proving your identity, information detailing your driving record and information about the vehicle that you wish to insurance.
The cost of car insurance varies depending on various factors like your age, how many people will be on your policy, what type of car you will drive, your driving record and the insurance company you choose.
After you have passed the AK Driving Exam, you will receive your Driver's License either immediately after the exam or by mail.
Yes. If you are under 18, you will not be allowed to drive with persons under the age of 21 unless a parent or legal guardian is in the car with you. Additionally, you will not be able to drive between 1 AM and 5 AM.
Yes. Nevada requires that you carry car insurance.
Typically, when you apply for car insurance you will need to submit documents proving your identity, information detailing your driving record and information about the vehicle that you wish to insurance.
The cost of car insurance varies depending on various factors like your age, how many people will be on your policy, what type of car you will drive, your driving record and the insurance company you choose.
Once you have passed your NV Driving Exam, you will receive a temporary license, which you will be able to use until you receive your license, which typically arrives within ten days.
Yes. If you are under 18, you will not be allowed to have passengers who are younger than 18 in the car with you. You will not be able to drive between 10 PM and 5 AM unless you are traveling to or from work. Additionally, your parents will be able to request for your license to be cancelled.
Typically, when you apply for car insurance you will need to submit documents proving your identity, information detailing your driving record and information about the vehicle that you wish to insurance.
The cost of car insurance varies depending on various factors like your age, how many people will be on your policy, what type of car you will drive, your driving record and the insurance company you choose.
Once you have passed your AZ Driving Exam, you will receive your Graduated Driver's License (if you are between 16 and 18). If you are over 18, you will be issued a regular AZ Driver's License.
Yes. If you are under 18, you will be issued a Graduated Driver's License, which indicates and prohibits you from driving with non-family passenger who is under 18. Additionally, with a Graduated Driver's License, you are not allowed to drive between 12 AM and 5 AM unless you are driving to or from work or unless you are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Yes. Arizona requires that you carry at liability insurance that will cover $15,000 bodily injury for one person, $30,000 for two or more persons and $10,000 property damage liability.
According to the CA DMV, about 50% of drivers between the ages of 15-19 are involved in some kind of traffic violation within their first year of driving. Because new drivers (especially teens) have this higher risk of being in an accident, insurance companies often charge more to cover them.
Once you have passed the road test satisfactorily, you will be given an interim license that will be valid for ninety days. Your actual license will arrive in the mail approximately 2 weeks after you have completed your test.
Yes. If you are under 18, within the first year of obtaining your license, you must have a licensed driver over 25 accompany you when you are carrying passengers under the age of 20. A licensed driver over 25 must also be present if you are driving between the hours of 11 pm and 5 am unless it is a medical emergency. If you must drive during 11 pm and 5 am for employment reasons then you must have a note signed by your legal guardian.
Yes. The state of California requires you have insurance that will cover $15,000 per person for bodily injuries to those in the other vehicle, $30,000 in bodily injury per accident and $5,000 worth of property liability coverage for the car and posession of the other vehicle.
You need a car, a license and any possible driver's education certificate you posess to demonstrate that you have had proper driving training.
The cost of car insurance varies depending on various factors like your age, how many people will be on your policy, what type of car you will drive, your driving record and the insurance company you choose.