Visit the Driver Education page to prepare for the written and drive test.
Effective November 1, 2023, teens aged 14 to 17 years old, living or employed for compensation on a farm in the state of Oklahoma, will be eligible to apply for a Farm Driving Permit which allows them to operate any Class D motor vehicle with restrictions.
Starting Nov. 1, 2023, teens will be required to take the online Oklahoma Work Zone Safe Course to help them better understand the risks and responsibilities when driving through a work zone. A certificate of completion will be a requirement for an Intermediate License.
While Learner Permits, Intermediate Licenses, and Unrestricted Licenses are not inherently REAL IDs, a REAL ID credential can be added to them at the time they are issued. If you would like to have the Real ID credential added, please bring the required Real ID documents with you to your appointment. Use the Real ID Interactive Checklist to ensure you bring the correct documents by clicking here.
Parent Taught Driver Education is an alternative to conventional Driver Education that is recognized by Service Oklahoma. It is offered as correspondence study through Approved Parent Taught Driver Education Providers.
The student must be at least 15 years of age in order to be eligible to start the classroom portion of the course. The student cannot start any behind-the-wheel training until they have a Learner Permit.