Moving to Oklahoma from another state?
If you are moving/have moved to Oklahoma and need to transfer your Driver License, see Out-of-State License Transfers to learn how to receive an Oklahoma Driver License.
Schedule a Class D Written Test by selecting 'A. Learner's Permit/Class D Written Test' after clicking the 'Schedule an Appointment' button below. A vision test will also be administered during your written test visit.
No pets or additional people can be in the car with you and the examiner.
If you make an online appointment for the vision and written test you must make a separate appointment for the drive test.
During the drive test, the Driving Examiner will tell you where to drive and what driving maneuvers to perform. See FAQ for additional information on the specifics of the drive test.
If you do not feel adequately prepared for the drive test, or just want some additional practice, you can apply for a Learner Permit before taking the drive test. See more information about learner permit eligibility and privileges below.
If you pass the drive test, and are paying with a credit card, the license will be printed at the Service Oklahoma Licensing Office location. If you are paying with cash or a money order, you will have to visit the nearest Licensed Operator to get your license printed.
The fee to print and issue a first time Driver License is $42.50. Please be prepared to pay this fee at your appointment.
If you do not pass the drive test, there will be a $4.00 fee in addition to the issuance fee added to your total for each individual drive test taken.
If you do not feel adequately prepared for the drive test, or just want some additional practice, you can apply for a Learner Permit before taking the drive test. To apply for a Learner Permit as an adult (18+) you must:
If you bring a Driver Education Completion Certificate from a public, private or parochial school, or a commercial driver education school to your skills test appointment, the written test will be waived. For more information on Driver Education courses, see the resources below.
See FAQ below for more details on the driving restrictions you will have with a Learner Permit.
Any adult who has held a Learner Permit for 30 days and completed a Driver Education course from a public, private, or a commercial driver education school, is also eligible to take the drive test from a certified designated examiner for a fee of $25.00.
The Examiner will tell you where to drive and what driving maneuvers to perform. You must show that you can:
• Control the car
• Properly perform basic maneuvers such as turning right and left, backing, parking
on a hill, parallel parking, etc.
• Use signals and drive in the proper lane
• Understand and obey traffic signs, markings, and signals
• Properly apply the rules of right-of-way
• Carefully observe and correctly respond to other vehicles and pedestrians
The drive test will not be conducted when roads are considered by the examiner to be slick or hazardous.
You can re-take the drive test up to three times, each time at least one day apart or as instructed by the examiner.
If you fail the third drive test, you will have to wait 30 days before taking the test a fourth time.
The fourth attempt and any thereafter should be taken no more than one time every 30 days.
*The 30 days starts from the last drive test date.
You can drive between 5:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. and must be accompanied by a licensed driver at least 21 years old.
You only need to schedule a written test. The vision test will automatically be administered during your appointment for the written test.