Drivers License

In the United States, the issuance of licenses is the authority of individual states (including Washington, D.C. and all territories). Drivers are normally required to obtain a license from their state of residence, and all states recognize each other's licenses for temporary visitors subject to normal age requirements. A state may also suspend an individual's driving privilege within its borders for traffic violations. Many states share a common system of license classes, with some exceptions, and commercial license classes are standardized by the federal law of 49 CFR part 383.

Directories:

DMV Directory: state-level government agency that administers vehicle registration and driver licensing.

Driving School Directory: Driver's education or driver's ed is a formal class or program that prepares a new driver to obtain a learner's permit or driver's license.


Important Information
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Driver Education: Driver's education or driver's ed is a formal class or program that prepares a new driver to obtain a learner's permit or driver's license

Licensing Laws by State and District (Age Restrictions)

Department of Motor Vehicle Websites:
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[ West Virginia ] [ Wisconsin ] [ Wyoming ]

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