Drivers PermitsIf you’re a first-time driver, your state is likely to require you to obtain a driver permit―especially if you are a teen driver. While the age at which you are required to get a driver permit varies from state to state, and the length of time can vary as well, rest assured that the team at DMV.org has simplified all the details about getting and keeping a drivers permit.We’ll spell out what training is needed prior to applying for your driver permit, explain the paperwork process, tell you all about the testing, and even list the fees involved.
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