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There might be nothing so iconic in the state of Michigan that looks like a mitten than driving a car. After all, the place that made Motown is also the seat of the American car industry. So when you are looking for the perfect Coney Island hot dog or heading to a euchre tournament, you’ll be downright looked at sideways if you don’t have a license to drive. There are a number of steps you need to know in order to get it. There’s a test involved and getting more than a few wrong will put you out of the running. But don’t fret, we’ve put together everything you need to get your pistons pumping in the right direction. With DOS permit or DL practice tests for car, motorcycle, or commercial vehicle licensing, our coverage is full and total. Are you a visual learner? No problem. Our Signs/Situations test is an all visual representation of questions you will be asked on the exam.

Which tests should I take?

Moving maize around Ann Arbor or lugging lumber through Lansing requires a Michigan commercial driver’s license (CDL). The standard application fee is $25, with some variation depending on if you need an enhanced license ($45) or a chauffeur license ($35). Then for any endorsement including passenger and school busses, doubles/triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal, you’ll pay a $5 testing fee. The tests are pretty extensive with a 70 question exam just for A class vehicles and 50 questions for B or C. These exams include skills tests and the endorsements are 20 – 30 more questions and skills tests. Luckily we have strategies and practice tests that look and feel just like the real thing. With some studying you’ll be ready to pass on your first visit.

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Michigan Driver’s License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my MI Driver’s License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How old must I be to apply for a Michigan license?

    Michigan residents must be at least 14 years and 9 months old to obtain a level 1 license.
  • What documents do I need when applying for my learner’s permit in Michigan?

    Bring the following with you when you go to apply for your Michigan learner’s permit:
    • Proof of Social Security Number
    • Proof of US Citizenship
    • Proof of Identity
    • Proof of Residency
    • A green Michigan Department of State Segment 1 Certificate of Completion (if under 18).
  • Where’s the closest place to apply for a driver’s license in Michigan?

  • How do I contact a Michigan SOS office?

    Here’s a list of Michigan SOS offices.
  • Who should bring me for my permit test in Michigan?

    If you are under 18, your parent should bring you.
  • Does Michigan require a physical in order to get a permit?

    No physical is required, however, you must successfully answer health related questions.
  • Is a vision test necessary when I go for my Michigan driver’s license?

    Yes, you are required to pass a vision test.
  • When do I get my Michigan driver’s license photo taken?

    Your picture will be taken once you pass the road test.
  • What happens after I apply for my Michigan license?

    Applicants over 18 must hold their permit for at least 30 days. Applicants under 18 must hold their permit for at least 6 months. They must also get at least 50 hours of supervised driving experience and complete Segment 2 of driver’s education.
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"I did a ton of practice tests on this site before taking my written exam, and I passed my first time taking it. Then, the first time I took my road test I failed. But, I didn't let that get me down, I kept practicing and did practice tests on this site, and I went back today and passed. This site really helped me a lot!"

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