Hawaii DMV driving test, HI drivers license, CDL, motorcycle practice test
HI Driver Practice Test
this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual Hawaii DMV test and will help you pass your Hawaii Drivers's permit test with flying colors.
HI Motorcycle Practice Test
learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your DMV's written test to obtain your Hawaii motorcycle license.
HI CDL Practice Test
be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your Hawaii commercial driver license.
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Read PDF Hawaii DMV's manual
Reading DMV's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in Hawaii state. We suggest to read a Hawaii DMV's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
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When is a Permit Test Required in HI?
Hawaii DMV allows minors to start their driving practice on the roads from the age of 15 ½. At this age, you can earn an instruction permit (type 3) after passing a general knowledge test, which is taken in written form. The HI DMV permit test questions are built upon the Driver’s Manual covering general rules of the road and safe driving practices.
To be eligible for the testing, an applicant has to collect the following documents:
- U.S. birth certificate or other legal presence documents;
- an application form with parental consent.
Minors, who earned their permit, have to complete driver education and to acquire driving skills under supervision. Under these conditions and at least 180 days after the permit was issued, you can move on to the next step in Hawaii graduated DL program and take a road examination. When getting through the exam, the applicants are issued a provisional license (available only for persons, who are over 16). It may be upgraded to Class 3 DL only when the applicant turns 17 and provided he/she has held the provisional license for at least 6 months. Note that the provisional license will expire when they turn 19.
To receive the instruction permit, adults have to submit an appropriate application and documents establishing their identity, SSN, and legal presence. Then they are required to undergo eye and knowledge tests, and if they are successfully passed, the applicants will obtain the permit, which is valid for a year. Until you get Class 3 DL, you must operate a car only being accompanied by a licensed driver, who is 21 or older.
When applying for the instruction permit or Class 3 DL, keep in mind paying the corresponding fees:
- $8 road test fee;
- $2 written test fee;
- $5 instruction permit fee;
- $20 4-year driver license fee.
According to Hawaii official DMV website, there are separate licenses for operating motorcycles/motor scooters (Class 2) and mopeds (Class 1). Both licenses require passing a vision screening, a general knowledge test, a special knowledge test (based on Motorcycle Operator Manual) and a road skills exam. The general test may not be mandatory for those holding Class 3 license. Minors under 18 must complete a certified driver education course, to provide a Behind-the-Wheel Student Completion Certificate and to acquire driving skills under learner’s permit (issued at least 90 days prior), before they are admitted to the road test.
As for mopeds, the applicant may choose either to obtain a Class 1 license or earn any other type of DL, as it is allowed to operate mopeds on Hawaii public roads, holding any category of license.
Commercial Driver’s License
The applicants are allowed to qualify for CDL only if they are 21. A valid DL is required when applying for CDL, along with a medical examiner’s certificate. Getting through an eye examination and knowledge testing is a necessary step to gain an instruction permit. It is valid for a year, allowing behind-the-wheel practice under supervision. Then the applicant has to undergo a road examination to obtain CDL of the desired class and to get a necessary endorsement.
Hawaii CDL fees may include:
- $50 skills test fee;
- $30 instruction permit or driver license fees;
- $15 general knowledge test fee;
- $5 specific test fee.
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