Missouri DMV driving test, MO drivers license, CDL, motorcycle practice test
MO Driver Practice Test
this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual Missouri DMV test and will help you pass your Missouri Drivers's permit test with flying colors.
MO Motorcycle Practice Test
learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your DMV's written test to obtain your Missouri motorcycle license.
MO CDL Practice Test
be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your Missouri commercial driver license.
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Read PDF Missouri DMV's manual
Reading DMV's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in Missouri state. We suggest to read a Missouri DMV's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
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How to Earn a Driver’s License in MO
Every person wishing to drive throughout Missouri is obliged to hold a valid driver’s license. For every applicant younger than 21, a learner’s permit is issued which then enables him/her to qualify for a regular license.
If you’re 15 and wish to earn a driver’s license, you must enroll in the Graduated Driver’s License program. This will allow you to earn an instruction permit that is active for up to one year and costs $3.50. Remember that one of your parents must approve your application first.
The second step is graduating to the Intermediate License. You’ll need to possess an instruction permit for no less than half a year and practice 40 hours of driving, including 10 hours of night driving.
Intermediate License is active for up to 2 years, after that you can qualify for a regular license. You’re going to need:
- a driving record clear of any traffic rules violations;
- a valid Intermediate License;
- MO driver license permit test successfully passed.
Missouri DMV has strict guidelines regarding the documents you’ll have to submit. Typically, these include your birth certificate, proof of MO address, social security number and documents confirming any name changes. For the updated list, make sure to check out an official MO DMV website.
To be able to operate a motorcycle, you must earn an appropriate endorsement. The guidelines you’ll have to follow depend on your age, but typically they include:
- submitting the necessary personal information (name, address, social security number);
- passing a vision screening;
- successfully completing a traffic signs test;
- paying a fee of $3 for a three-year Class M license and $20 for a six-year Class M one.
Commercial Driver’s License
Commercial vehicles are divided into 3 categories: Class A (allowing to drive multiple vehicles), B (a single vehicle), and C (all other types of vehicles not classified as Class A or B).
Before qualifying for a CDL, you must follow two major requirements:
- already possess a non-commercial driver’s license issued by Missouri DMV;
- present either U.S. citizenship or permanent residency permission.
The first stage involves earning a commercial learner’s permit. You must complete MO written permit test and pass a medical check. Once you’ve obtained a learner’s permit, you’re allowed to qualify for a full CDL. Again, you’ll have to complete a driving test and undergo a vehicle inspection.
Depending on the category of commercial vehicle you wish to operate, you’ll have to earn an appropriate endorsement. This will require taking additional tests and paying extra fees.
Missouri has quite complicated requirements towards obtaining a driver’s license. Here, on Driver-Start.com, you can find plenty of prep questions as well as practice your driving test online. We have an extensive library of guides on earning an automobile, motorcycle or commercial driver’s licenses. You can also download our mobile app from Google Play or App Store and take your learning with you wherever you go.
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