DMV Appointments in Kentucky
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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's Division of Driver Licensing (DDL) allows you to schedule certain types of appointments ahead of time. This guide will teach you about the different kinds of appointments you can make, how to schedule them, and what materials you'll need to bring when you visit.
The state also provides a variety of online services, which can help you accomplish many vehicle and driver-related tasks from the comfort of your own home.
Types of Kentucky DDL Appointments
Currently, you can schedule appointments for visits to certain DDL offices regarding behind-the-wheel exams for:
- Standard (Class D) driver license.
- Motorcycle license.
- Commercial driver license (CDL).
How to Schedule a KY DDL Appointment
Not all DDL locations administer road exams by appointment. You'll need to check to see if your local testing site will allow you to schedule a behind-the-wheel test for:
- Standard driver's license.
- Motorcycle license.
If you've determined you can make the appointment, call the office where you plan on taking your test. Be sure to schedule your exam between the acceptable times, indicated on the Division of Driver Licensing office location webpage.
Commercial driver's license road tests are administered at the following Division of Driver Licensing office locations:
- Mt. Sterling.
To schedule an appointment for your CDL road skills exam at one of the locations above, you will need to call (800) 542-5990.
What to Bring to your DDL Appointment
Before leaving the house for your appointment, make sure you have all of the required materials to avoid an extra trip to the DDL. Take a look at our guides for an idea of what you'll need to bring to your local licensing office regarding the following types of scheduled visits: