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California State Drivers License Page

General Information about Driver Licenses

General Information About Driver License, Learner Permits and Junior Licenses From Another State , Proofs of Identity and Date of Birth , Junior Drivers / Graduated License Law , New Drivers: How to Get Your Driver License

What You Need to Know to Apply for a Learner Permit:

To Schedule and Take Your Road Test

New to California

How to Renew a Driver License, a Learner Permit, or an ID Card (Photo Documents)

How to Renew a Driver License On-Line

How to Renew a Driver License By Mail

Drivers License Forms


Scheduling a Road Test Appointment System -- Driver License-- Identification Card-- Vehicle Registration Driving Tests

FAQ


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION FOR THE CALIFORNIA STATE MOTOR VEHICLE DEPARTMENT... read more


Resources for the Young Driver TIPS FOR FIRST TIME DRIVERS --

Test Preparation-- Practice Test

Samples of Driver Written Tests -- Driving Test FAQs-- Provisional Instruction Permit --How to Prepare for your Driving Test --California Driver Handbook --Parent-Teen Training Guide-- Safe Driver Checklist - California Motorcycle Handbook --Sample Written Tests-- California Motorcycle Safety Course --Driver Education and Driver Training

California Driver Handbook


Find your local Department of Motor Vehicle Office Find your local DMV office or Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) office.
Find your DMV telephone call center.
Schedule a road test by phone or on-line.
Find road test locations.
Contact the DMV on-line.
How to Report a Problem Related to the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
California Department of Motor Vehicle CONTENTS:Driver Licenses, Learner Permits, Non-driver photo IDs, vehicle owners registration and renewal, custom and personalized license plates...

 

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Good Luck as a New Driver but Remember:

KEEP YOUR HANDS ON THE WHEEL AND OFF THE PHONE

 

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