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Getting Your Drivers License

Need your driver license? Then you'll need to make sure you complete all of your state's DMV requirements for obtaining a driving license. The age old DMV saying "Driving is a Privilege" is as true to day as ever. More and more state DMV's are making sure that the drivers they put on the road earn their drivers license. Get Your License

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Drivers License (Operators License)

Getting a drivers license for the first time? Then you'll want to familiarize yourself with the DMV license application and license testing process.

Getting a drivers license from your DMV in today's world usually involves taking some form of drivers education, passing an eye exam, passing a traffic laws test at the DMV, passing a permit test, taking driving lessons behind the wheel of a car, and passing a behind the wheel driving test.

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Driving License Requirements by State
Remember, DMV traffic laws and regulations vary from state to state. Find out what your state DMV requirements are for getting a driving license - just click on your state below: Choose Your State
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DC • Washington DC
WI • Wisconsin
WV • West Virginia
WY • Wyoming

You need a valid driverís license to drive a motor vehicle (car, truck, motorcycle, etc.) in every state in the United States of America. Furthermore, it needs to be current and not expired, suspended by your local DMV or state court, cancelled or invalid. In general, a driverís license only gives you the right of driving only as long as you are respectful, careful, and abide by the traffic laws; otherwise, it can be suspended or revoked by the DMV. Also, driverís licenses are valid only for the operation of the class of the vehicle that you have earned a license for. You must not operate any vehicle for which you are unqualified or that is restricted by the class of your license.
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