fail your driving test…
If you do not already have a driving permit, you can
take the skills test up to three times. A one-week minimum waiting period
is required between each test, but can be longer at the discretion of the
examiner. If you do not pass the third test, you will be required to
obtain a learners permit and hold it for at least 30 days.
If you do already have a permit, you can take up to
three skills tests with a minimum one-week waiting period between each
test (or longer, at the discretion of the examiner). Subsequent tests can
be administered every 30 days thereafter.
If you are under 18 years of age, you must also bring one of the
• Proof of current enrollment in a secondary or
vocational-technical school, on a form provided by your school, or
• Proof of an excused absence, as defined in State
Statutes Title 47 Sect. 6-107.3 on a form provided by your school, or
• Proof of enrollment and satisfactory progress in a
program leading to a Certificate of High School Equivalency (General
Equivalency Diploma: GED), on a form provided by the Department of Public
• Proof that you have completed a GED, or
• Proof of home schooling, on a form provided by the
Department of Public Safety, or
• Proof of employment, if you are working a minimum
of 24 hours a week. The form may be obtained from the Department of Public
Safety and must be signed by your employer and notarized, or
• Your high school diploma showing proof that you
have graduated from high school.
are under 18 years of age, you must also bring:
Documentation from your school showing you have successfully passed the
criterion-referenced reading test required for all eighth grade students
or an alternative reading proficiency test approved by the State
Department of Education pursuant to State Statutes Title 47 Section 3
[Section 1210.515 of Title 70] demonstrating reading proficiency at the
eighth grade reading level, unless such student is excused from such
requirement pursuant to the provisions of State Statutes Title 47 Section
REQUIREMENTS: You must pass the knowledge test,
driving test, and vision screening. Your physical condition must meet
required standards. You must be able to read and understand road
Class D Learner License (Permit: 15 1/2 (1) You must
be currently taking or have passed) an approved driver education course
and show a completed driver ed enrollment card signed by your instructor,
OR (2) bring a custodial parent or legal guardian who will sign an
affidavit to provide the required 36 hours of training.
What is Graduated Driver License or GDL ?
The Graduated Driver License law was
strengthened in 2005 when the Oklahoma Legislature passed HB 1653. This law requires teens to apply for the
license, which restricts their driving time to the hours of 5 a.m. to 11
p.m., with the exceptions for driving to work,
school, church or related activities, or if a licensed driver is seated
next to the teenager. The bill also prevents teenage
drivers from chauffeuring their friends around town, prohibiting teens
with a restricted license from driving with
multiple passengers younger than age 21 (other than family).
What happens if you break the rules and are convicted of a
moving violation... ?
You will remain at your current GDL level (learner
or intermediate) until six (6) months from the date of conviction has elapsed.
When is a probationary License... ?
A license issued to drivers under 18 is considered
probationary--You are on a trial period to show you can drive safely and legally. The
Department of Public Safety can, at its option, cancel or suspend your license for any moving traffic violation.