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Frequently Asked Questions - Preparing For Your KY Driving Exam (Or Road Test)

You complete your KY Driving Exam at a local County Circuit Clerk's office. You can find a list of available testing locations near you by visiting this website:
Yes. You have to bring your own car with you. You must able to provide proof of registration and insurance. You should also ensure the vehicle is in good working condition.
You will need to bring with you to your driving exam your learner's permit, a registered and insured vehicle, your parent or a licensed driver, who is 21 years old or older and a form indicating that you have completed the mandatory 60 hours of behind-the-wheel training signed by your parents.
On the KY Driving Exam, you must demonstrate your ability to drive safely and effectively. Also, you will need to prove your ability to parallel park.
The night before your road test, you should practice the DMV testing route with a licensed driver, who is 21 years old or older. Also, make sure you get a good night's rest.
If you are over 21, after you've received your learner's permit, you will need to maintain your permit for thirty days before you can take the KY Driving Exam. If you are under 21, however, you will need to maintain your permit for 180 days, and if you are under 18, you will need to participate in a Graduated Driver's Licensing Program. Additionally, you will need to complete sixty hours of driving practice, ten of which must be completed at night. You are also not allowed to drive between 12 AM and 6 AM.
You can't drive alone. When you are driving, a driver who is 21 years old, should always be in the car with you.
You should feel confident conducting basic safety checks, performing smooth lane changes, starting and stopping your vehicle smoothly and sharing the road with other vehicles.