District Of Columbia DMV driving test, DC drivers license, CDL, motorcycle practice test
DC Driver Practice Test
this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual District Of Columbia DMV test and will help you pass your District Of Columbia Drivers's permit test with flying colors.
DC Motorcycle Practice Test
learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your DMV's written test to obtain your District Of Columbia motorcycle license.
DC CDL Practice Test
be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your District Of Columbia commercial driver license.
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Reading DMV's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in District Of Columbia state. We suggest to read a District Of Columbia DMV's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
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Learn and Practice Free Driver License Test for District of Columbia
You won’t be able to learn how to drive on DC public roads unless you earn a learner’s permit that is available only for persons older than 16. There are 2 types of the permits - the REAL ID and a Limited Purpose permit, which is intended for people who have no SSN and which features certain restrictions in use compared to the Real ID.
To get a REAL ID permit, a person has to collect the following documents:
- an application form;
- documents establishing date of birth, legal name, residency (2 proofs are required), SSN, parent approval (if you are under 18);
- proof of completed mandatory driver education program.
The fees include:
- $20 learner’s permit;
- $10 knowledge test.
Having these documents, you can visit a DMV service center and undergo a vision screening and a written permit test in District of Columbia. The test is available in 15 languages and may be conducted with audio assistance. You can retake the test in 3 days, but you are limited to 6 attempts within a year from the first attempt.
Once you pass the test and obtain the permit, you are allowed to practice driving while observing some restrictions, which depend on your age. After obtaining necessary behind-the-wheel skills and passing a road test, you are eligible to qualify for a provisional license that is intended for persons under 21 years and valid for 1 year.
In District of Columbia, you are allowed to operate a motorcycle on the public streets only provided you are over 18, and you have a driver license with "М" endorsement. To get it, you have to undergo the DC pre-driving test based on the Motorcycle Operator Manual. If you pass it successfully, you will receive a learner’s permit, which allows driving practice. In DC, it is important that you complete a motorcycle demonstration course instead of passing a motorcycle road test in DC DMV facilities. Thus, to obtain the necessary endorsement, you have to submit:
- an application;
- a driver’s license;
- proof of passing the motorcycle knowledge test;
- a certificate proving you completed the demonstration course.
Motorcycle endorsement fee makes up $20.
Commercial Driver’s License
District of Columbia DMV offers Class A, B, and C CDLs and 6 endorsement options for various groups of commercial vehicles. They are available for persons over 21 with a valid driver license. CDL can be gained only by passing a road test, and you need a learner’s permit to get behind-the-wheel practice legally. Both general and specific testing is required prior to obtaining the permit. The number of tests depends on a desired class of CDL and the number of endorsements.
You can’t have CDL practice test in Spanish or any other languages except English. The CDL tests are held in Brentwood Center: you may come without an appointment, but you must arrive with a complete set of documents. The required package of documents includes:
- NCDL issued in DC;
- US passport or birth certificate (for U.S. citizens) or permanent resident card (for non-U.S. citizens);
- medical examination report and medical examiner’s certificate card.
These are the following fees you have to pay in advance:
- $78 learner’s permit;
- $117 CDL license;
- $20 CDL endorsement.
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