Yes. You are allowed to drive in Tennessee with your out-of-country license. You will be able to do so for up to six months before you will need to obtain a TN Driver's License.Question Category
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Tennessee Driver's License
Yes. Tennessee recognizes valid out-of-state Learner's Permits. However, if you become a resident you will need to replace your out-of-state permit with a TN Permit. This will require you submitting the necessary documents and passing a vision test.
As long as you do not become a TN resident, you are allowed to drive with a valid out-of-state license for as long as you like.
You can renew your TN Driver's License by person at any time at your local Driver Services Center. After your first license renewal, you can then also renew your TN Driver's License online and by mail.
No. You do not have to take an eye exam.
If your license is still valid, you do not have to take the TN Driving Exam. You will have 30 days to exchange your out-of-state license with a TN Driver's License.
After you pass your TN Driving Exam, you will receive your TN Driver's License.
Yes. If you are 18, you are only allowed to drive between 6 AM and 11 PM alone. You can drive outside of those hours if you are accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or licensed driver who is 21 years old or older. Additionally, you are not allowed to drive with more than one passenger unless a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older is accompanying you.
Yes. You must carry car insurance worth $25,000 for bodily injury and $50,000 per accident at minimum.
The documents that you will need vary depending on the insurance company to which you apply. Generally, insurance companies want you to submit proof of your identity, your driving record and information about the vehicle you would like to insure.