Getting your New Jersey driver’s license can be confusing, as each state has its own rules and procedures. To help you get everything right and to get your license on the first time you take the test, we have a list of New Jersey driver’s license resources that you ought to consider. These resources help you prepare for the test and tell you what you need to know.
Teen Permit Test
The New Jersey permit practice test is for who has never had a valid license before, not just teenagers. It’s an important step to getting the New Jersey driver’s license because, most of the time, you do need to get the permit first.
Renewing Driver’s License Test
When renewing your New Jersey driver’s license, you only have to take the New Jersey driver’s license renewal test if your license has expired. Otherwise, you don’t need to take the test to get a new New Jersey driver's license.
New to State Driver’s License Test
New New Jersey resident only have to take the the New Jersey new-to-state driver’s license test if their old license has expired. Otherwise, they don't have to take the test. However, new residents are required to get an New Jersey driver’s license within 60 days of establishing residency.
State Driving Manual / Handbook
If you want to know what you need to bring to the Motor Vehicle Commission on the day of testing or if you would have any restrictions with your New Jersey driver’s license, then you would need to read the New Jersey driving manual. This handbook covers all that, as well as current driving laws in the state. Click the link to download the latest version.
Road Signs Practice Test
To get your New Jersey driver’s license, you will have to answer a few questions about road signs. Make sure to prepare for these questions by taking the New Jersey road signs practice test. Some practice tests may not have road sign questions, so it’s important to do something to ensure you know what these signs mean.
New Jersey 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: