It can be confusing at first, and receiving your driver's is complicated, so take a look at the articles below for some guidance. We cover driving schools, the different tests, requirements of getting your license, mandatory fees, steps, and documents, and everything else you need to know in obtaining your license. Also, check out our commercial, boaters, and motorcycle license resources.
This page provides a list of on-site driving schools available in Hawaii as well as information about available online driving school alternatives.
DMV.com offers Hawaii specific DMV practice permit tests that help you prepare for your permit exam. We provide questions just like the hi DMV and a number of practice test options.
Guide to applying for a new HI drivers license. Required ID, age limits, drivers ed, fees, driving restrictions, etc
Guide to applying for a HI motorcycle license. Required ID, age limits, drivers ed, fees, driving restrictions, etc
All you need to know about applications for your HI boating license / card / endorsement.
How to get your learner's permit in HI. Step by step guide to help beginner drivers get their DMV driving permit and get on the road
A resource for hawaii CDL drivers, with trucking schools, application information, and more.
A guide for new drivers looking to obtain their HI drivers license and begin driving. DMV exam info, licensing levels and more
Gaining an understanding of traffic rules and safety standards is a step every driver must take. The point of getting a [[/hi/hawaii/drivers-license | driver’s license]] is to prove you have gained this understanding. The following info will outline this process.
The initial thing that beginner drivers have to do is obtain a [[/hi/hawaii/learners-permits-for-beginner-drivers|learner’s permit]].
Download the HI driving manual free with driving rules and info needed for the DMV written test
Resources for HI traffic schools that help you learn effective driving techniques to make you a safer driver.
Article discussing drivers ed in HI. When driver education courses are mandatory, benefits and costs, who offers classes, etc.
Most new drivers in Hawaii are required to successfully complete a State-approved driver’s education program in order to obtain a Hawaii driver’s license. In fact, for many applicants, the driver’s education certificate of completion is part of the actual driver's license application.