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Tired of reading the Florida driver’s manual? Preparing for the test doesn’t have to be boring or repetitive. Our Florida teen permit test and the Florida new-to-state driver’s license test, among others, will break the routine of preparation.

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Florida Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

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Florida DMV Handbooks

Florida CDL Handbook

Florida CDL Handbook

Florida CDL Handbook
Florida Driver's License Handbook

Florida Driver's License Handbook

Florida Driver's License Handbook
Florida Motorcycle Handbook

Florida Motorcycle Handbook

Florida Motorcycle Handbook

Florida DMV Frequently Asked Questions

Table of Contents

  • After You Have Passed The FL Driving Exam (Or Road Test)
  • Applying For Your Florida License
  • Preparing For Your FL Driving Exam (Or Road Test)
  • Preparing For Your FL Permit Test
  • Renewing Your FL Driver's License
  • Taking Your FL Driving Exam (Or Road Test)
  • Taking Your FL Permit Test
  • What If You're Moving To FL Or Just Visiting
Why is car insurance more expensive for new drivers in FL?

New drivers and inexperienced drivers (especially teens) have a higher risk of being in an accident, insurance companies often charge more to cover them.

How much does FL car insurance cost?

The average person in FL pays approximately $1200 per year. However, the price varies depending on your age, your driving history, your car class and other factors.

What documents do I need to apply for FL car insurance?

To apply for car insurance, you need to provide your license and to submit information about your vehicle. You can find more information about FL car insurance by visiting this website: https://www.flhsmv.gov/ddl/frfaqgen.html

Do I need to get car insurance?

Absolutely. You will need a minimum coverage of $10,000 for personal injury protection (PIP) and $10,000 property damage liability (PDL).

Are there any limitations on my license if I am older than 18 years old or older?

No. There are restrictions on your license if you are older than 18.

If I am under 18 will there be any limitations on my license?

Yes. If you are 16 years old, you are only allowed to drive between 6 AM and 11 PM unless you are accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years or older. You may also drive during those hours if it is an emergency situation or if you are going to work. If you are 17 you can only drive between the hours of 5 AM and 1 AM unless during those hours you are with a licensed driver who is 21 years or older. You may also drive during those forbidden hours if you are driving to work.

What happens after I pass my FL Driving Exam?

Once you have passed your FL Driving Exam, your examiner will collect your driver's license fee and issue your license.

Florida DMV Driving Test Info

Who has to take the written test?

Anyone who is getting their driver's license for the first time must pass the written test. Teens can take the test if they are at least 16 years old and have held a driving permit for at least 12 months. If they're under 18 years of age, they will also need parental consent.

Do I have to Take the written test to Renewing my Drivers License?

You do not have to retake the written test when you renew your license. If your license has been expired for more than 1 year then it is at the examiner's discretion whether or not you will have to retake the written and on-road tests.

If you're new to state are you required to take the written test?

If you hold a valid driver's license from another state then you are not required to take either part (written or on-road) of the driver's examination. If you are under 18 then you will need a parent or guardian signature on your application for a Florida driver's license.

Who has to take the on-road driving test?

Anyone who is getting their driver's license for the first time must pass both the written and driving tests. Additionally, you may also be required to re-pass both tests if your driver's license has been expired for over 1 year and you want to renew it.

How many questions are on the written test?

There are 40 questions on the test.

How many questions must you get right?

You must answer at least 30 questions correctly in order to pass.

If you fail when can you retake the test?

You can retake the test again in 1 day.

How many times can you retake the test?

There is no limit on the number of times you can retake the written test.

Florida DMV Motorcycle Permit Test Info

What are the Motorcycle Permit age limits?

The Florida DMV no longer administers a written knowledge test to those seeking to obtain a motorcycle endorsement or motorcycle-only license. Instead, all new motorcyclists in Florida must successfully complete the Basic Rider Course provided by the Florida Rider Training Program.

You must be at least 16 years old and have a valid Florida driver's license before you can take the course to receive a motorcycle endorsement. Alternatively, if you are at least 16 years old and have held a learner's license for 12 months you can apply for a motorcycle-only license. If you are under 18 years of age you must also have parental consent.

How many questions are on the test?

There is no formally administered written test required in order to receive a motorcycle endorsement on your license. Those who are applying for the motorcycle-only license will take the same 40 question written knowledge test administered for a regular Class E driver's license.

How many must you get correct to pass?

You must answer at least 30 questions correctly in order to pass.

Florida DMV Motorcyle Permit Resctictions

As of 2008, Florida no longer issues motorcycle leaner's permits.

Do you need to take an on-road motorcycle riding test?

No, you are not required to pass a practical on-road motorcycle skill test in order to get your motorcycle license. However, the required Basic Rider Course you must take in order to get a motorcycle endorsement or license will involve on-road motorcycle skills training.

Are there any other state specific age requirements or restrictions for motorcycles?

All new motorcyclists in Florida must successfully complete the Basic Rider Course provided by the Florida Rider Training Program before they can have a motorcycle endorsement added to their license or receive a motorcycle-only license.

What is Florida Helmet Law?

Any operator or passenger of a motorcycle who is under 21 is required to wear a protective helmet meeting state-approved safety standards at all times while operating or riding on the motorcycle. Additionally, riders who are over 21 must possess an insurance plan that provides at least $10,000 in medical coverage in order to legally ride without a helmet.


Florida Watercraft Written Safety Test Info

Boaters in Florida who want to operate a vessel with more than 10 HP are required to have a Boating Safety Education ID Card and must complete a boating education course that is approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) or the equivalent in order to receive one. Additionally, boaters also have the option of taking an online safety course offered by either Boat-Ed.com or BoaterExam.com

Who has to take the test?

All boaters born after January 1, 1988 who are of legal age must have a Boating Safety Education ID Card in order to operate a boat or other watercraft on Florida waterways. The minimum age to receive the card is 14.

You do not have to take the written test if you meet one of the following requirements:

  • Hold a valid US Coast Guard motorboat operator's license
  • Are operating on a private lake or pond
  • Are accompanied by an adult who has the Boating Safety Education ID Card or is exempt from the education requirements
  • How many questions are on the test?

    The boating safety courses available in Florida are administered by a variety of different companies, many of which offer courses that can be accessed online. Each course has its own version of a written test that you must complete in order to receive a Boating Safety Education ID Card from the FWC. Please contact your chosen testing organization directly for more specific information (for a list of approved courses, visit the FWC website.)

    The online boating safety courses have 60 questions.

    How many questions must you get correct to pass?

    You must answer at least 70% (42 questions) correctly in order to pass the online exams.

    Florida Driver’s License Resources

    Whether you’re getting ready to take your learner’s permit written test for the first time, studying to get a motorcycle endorsement so you can ride your new bike, or preparing for your CDL exam to drive a commercial vehicle, we’ve gathered a wealth of resources and knowledge to help you obtain your driving credentials.

    All Drivers

    If you’re renewing a license that has been expired for longer than a year, or if you’re applying for reinstatement after a suspension, you may have to retake the written exam in order to obtain your license.

    Free Practice Tests

    Driver's License practice tests
    Learner's Permit practice tests
    Motorcycle Endorsement practice tests
    CDL practice tests
    Road Signs and Signals practice tests

    Resources for all drivers

    Read the official Florida driver’s manual
    Check out our frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    Buy a driver’s license test cheat sheet: basic or advanced
    Buy a driver’s license renewal test cheat sheet: basic or advanced
    Read our driving safety articles

    Florida DMV quick links for all drivers

    Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FHSMV) home page
    Renewal information
    Renew online
    General license information
    FHSMV locations
    License fees
    Identification requirements (Gather, Go, Get)

    New & Teen Drivers

    In Florida, you must be at least 15 years of age, provide proof of completion of a Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course, and pass a Class E knowledge test to apply for a Learner’s License. You must be at least 16 years of age, have held a Learner’s License for 12 months or turn 18 (whichever comes first), have driven at least 50 hours (10 at night) with Learner’s License, and pass a driving skills test to apply for an operator’s license.

    Resources for new & teen drivers

    Read the official Florida driver’s manual
    Take one of our free learner’s permit practice tests
    Check out our new & teen driver frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    Buy a learner’s permit test cheat sheet: basic or advanced
    Buy a driver’s license test cheat sheet: basic or advanced
    Check rates or buy car insurance

    Florida DMV quick links for new & teen drivers

    Driver's License information
    Learner's License information
    Graduated Driver Licensing information
    Knowledge Exam & Driving Test information
    Teen driving center (Drive with C.A.R.E.)
    Driver License FAQ
    Senior Driving information (GrandDriver)

    New-to-State Drivers

    New Florida residents with a valid out-of-state license may exchange their license for a Florida operator’s license without taking the knowledge exam or driving skills test.

    Resources for new-to-state drivers

    Read the official Florida driver’s manual
    Take one of our free driver’s license practice tests
    Check out our new-to-state frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    Buy a new-to-state driver’s license test cheat sheet: basic or advanced
    Check rates or buy car insurance

    Florida DMV quick links for new-to-state drivers

    New resident information

    Motorcycles

    In Florida, you must be at least 16 years of age, hold a valid Class E operator’s driver license, and complete a Basic RiderCourse (BRC) to apply for a motorcycle endorsement. You must be at least 16 years old, have held a Learner’s License for at least one year (if you are under 18 years of age), pass the Class E operator’s license knowledge test, and complete a BRC to apply for a Motorcycle-Only driver license.

    Resources for motorcyclists

    Read the official Florida motorcycle manual
    Take one of our free motorcycle license practice tests
    Check out our motorcycle license frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    Buy a motorcycle license test cheat sheet: basic or advanced
    New-to-state motorcycle insurance

    Florida DMV quick links for motorcycles

    Motorcycle Endorsement and Motorcycle License information
    Florida Rider Training Program (FRTP) information
    FRTP Safety Course locations
    Motorcycle FAQ

    CDL

    In Florida, you must be at least 18 years of age, hold an Operators License, and pass a knowledge test to apply for a Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP). You must have held a CLP for at least 14 days and pass a road test to apply for a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).

    Resources for CDL

    Read the official Florida CDL manual
    Take one of our free CDL practice tests
    Buy a CDL test paid cheat sheet: basic or advanced
    Check rates or buy CDL insurance

    Florida DMV quick links for CDL

    CDL informatoin
    CDL county-operated skill test sites
    CDL commercial skill test sites
    CDL FAQ