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Comprehensive guide for CT drivers license issues. How to renew your drivers license, get a new drivers license, replace a lost or stolen Connecticut drivers license

The “All About” section by DMV.com is here to provide you with a comprehensive look at a specific topic – In this case, Your Drivers License and ID. The following is an extensive list of articles covering all the different aspects of your driver licensing.

List of Driving Schools in Connecticut

This page provides a list of on-site driving schools available in Connecticut as well as information about available online driving school alternatives.

Connecticut DMV Practice Permit Tests

DMV.com offers Connecticut specific DMV practice permit tests that help you prepare for your permit exam. We provide questions just like the ct DMV and a number of practice test options.

How to Apply for a New Driver's License in Connecticut

Connecticut new drivers license applicants must meet standardized age and driver education requirements to lawfully operate a motor vehicle. To get drivers licenses in CT, driving applicants must appear in person at a state Department of Motor Vehicles office to present proper proof of identification and pass written and road exams.

Did you know? Taking a practice permit test makes you 5x more likely to pass the Connecticut written drivers test on the first try.

Suspended License Information for Connecticut

Discusses license suspension in CT with info on re-instatement, points, insurance, fines and fees, SR-22 and more

While some motorists regard driving as a basic right, the fact is that operating a motor vehicle is a privilege that must be earned and maintained by demonstrating safe and lawful driving. Under certain circumstances, an individual’s Connecticut driver’s license may be suspended or revoked for a specific length of time, depending on the person’s driving record or history, and the particular violation(s).

Senior Drivers in Connecticut

Resource for senior drivers. Restrictions and tests for seniors to maintain their CT drivers license and stay safe on the road

How to Apply for a Connecticut Identification Card

Non-Drivers CT ID Card application guide. What to bring, fees, application process and usage of a CT ID-Card

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) issues non-driver identification cards to State residents who don’t have a valid ID card, driver license or instruction permit from the State or any other jurisdiction. The ID card can be used to prove your identity, age, and residence in a variety of situations. The identification card is valid for three to five years depending on your age.

How to Handle a Change of Address in Connecticut

If you moved to CT and are looking for info on ID and vehicle form updates, see this article for more info

If you are a Connecticut resident and have changed addresses or plan to do so in the near future, you must have the address information updated on your license, vehicle registration and title certificate. You are also required to notify your insurance provider of your new address.

Beginner Drivers in Connecticut

A guide for new drivers looking to obtain their CT drivers license and begin driving. DMV exam info, licensing levels and more

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