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For an efficient study experience, DMV.com recommends these tips for success on your Texas drivers license test:

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  • Road signs
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  • Rules for driving in inclement weather
  • Turning rules
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What is a passing score on the Texas DMV test?

To pass the Texas written drivers test, you must correctly answer at least 21 out of the 30 test questions for a minimum score of 70%.

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How much does the DMV driver’s test cost?

A new learner’s permit in Texas costs $16, while a new unrestricted driver’s license costs $25. This includes the fee for the drivers license exam.

How old do I need to be to take the driver’s license test?

Texas offers various grades of licenses depending on your age when you apply. Learner’s licenses are available for teenagers who are at least 15. A provisional license is available for teenagers who are at least 16 and have had a learner’s license for at least six months. Adults 18 and over can apply for the regular unrestricted license. All licenses require you to pass the written drivers test.

How do I minimize the risk of failing the DMV test?

To succeed on your first attempt at the Texas drivers license exam, you should carefully study Texas’s traffic laws. Follow these surefire DMV.com study tips for maximum efficiency:

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What do I need to bring to the DMV the day of the test?

On the day of your Texas drivers license test, you will need to bring proof of identification, certificate of completion of a driver’s education course (if you are younger than 25), proof of Social Security Number and proof of residency and citizenship. Acceptable documents include:

  • Proof of identity:
    • US Citizen ID Card
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • Foreign passport with temporary visa
    • Temporary Resident Card
    • Texas driver’s license/ID card
    • Unexpired US passport
    • Certificate of Citizenship
    • Employment Authorization Card
    • US travel documents
    • Parole documents
    • Asylum documents
    • Military ID
  • Proof of Social Security Number:
    • Social Security card
    • Military ID
    • Medicare/Medicaid card
    • Health insurance card
    • College transcript (certified)
    • Pilot license
    • W-2 form
    • 1099 Form
    • Pay stub with Social Security Number printed
  • Proof of residency/legal status:
    • Valid US passport
    • US birth certificate
    • Certificate of Report of Birth
    • US Certificate of Citizenship
    • Citizen ID Card
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • Foreign passport with temporary visa
    • Permit to Reenter the United States
    • Refugee documentation

What other languages is the Texas written driver’s license test available in?

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The Texas drivers license test is available in both English and Spanish, though the road signs portion of the test is given in English.

Which documents will I need if I am not a US citizen?

The Texas Department of Public Safety has specific document requirements for non-US citizens to prove lawful presence when applying for a driver’s license. Acceptable documents include:

  • Permanent Resident Card
  • Foreign passport with temporary visa
  • Permit to Reenter the US
  • Refugee documentation
  • Asylee documentation

What’s next after I pass the DMV written drivers test?

Once you have passed the Texas written drivers license test, you will need to take both the vision test and the behind-the-wheel driving test. For the vision test, you will need to pass with a visual acuity of 20/40 with or without corrective lenses.

Some things you should know about the Texas DMV Test:

  1. Only residents applying for an unrestricted Class E Texas driver’s license may take the behind-the-wheel test following their written drivers test.
  2. To take the behind-the-wheel test, you will need to bring your own vehicle with all the proper documentation.
  3. DMV.com highly recommends booking an appointment with the Texas DHSMV prior to taking your written drivers test.
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Can I take the DMV test online?

The Texas Department of Public Safety does not currently offer the option of taking the written drivers license test online. DMV.com recommends that you book an appointment at a local TX DPS office to take a drivers license exam.

 

Do I need a parent with me when I’m taking my drivers license test for a learner’s permit?

When visiting the Texas DPS on test day, bring your parent or legal guardian with you if you are under 18 years old. They will need to sign your learner’s permit application before you can start the application process. You will also need to provide proof that you have completed a driver’s education course in the form of a Certificate of Completion.

 

Are there any restrictions once I get my learner’s permit?

Texas drivers with a learner’s permit are not given full driving rights on Texas streets. A time restriction sets the hours that a driver with a learner’s permit may operate a vehicle as between 5 a.m. and 12 a.m. Exceptions are made in the case of medical emergencies, employment matters and school-sanctioned activities. Drivers with learner’s permits must also always have a licensed driver over 21 in the car with them, sitting in the front passenger seat.

 

What exams do I need to pass to get a motorcycle license?

The Texas motorcycle license application process is similar to the regular driver’s license process. To receive a TX motorcycle driving license, you must pass the following exams:

  • Written drivers test
  • Behind-the-wheel driving test
  • Standard vision exam
The motorcycle written knowledge exam will consist of regular Texas road rules questions as well as motorcycle safety questions.

 

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