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Riding up over the Blue Ridge Mountains or heading out to buy a hat for derby day is easier if you have a license to operate a motor vehicle. The first step is testing, and while we can’t take the KSP driver’s test for you, we have put together resources that make the whole process a snap. Whether you are preparing for a motorcycle, car, or commercial vehicle license, we can help. We have marathon tests, questions that match almost identically to what you’ll see at the KY KSP, checklists and cheat sheets. Also, our checklists even clue you in to the kind of info you need to get past the reception desk (so you won’t have to make more than one trip).

The Bluegrass State is a great place to take to the roads on a mission. Start making a career of hauling aerospace parts or delivering much needed groceries by getting your Kentucky commercial driver’s license (CDL). We have everything you need to know before you get to the DMV, like what you need in addition to the $40 licensing fee. Information includes how to make sure you are medically certified, how to make the most of the $50 skills testing fee and exam prep. Our practice CDL tests have questions based off the official KY CDL manual, many of which are exactly what you will face on the day of your real exam. The 70 question Class A exam, 50 question B or C, and shorter passenger and school busses, doubles/triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal Skills endorsement tests are all covered.

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Kentucky Driver’s License & Permit FAQ

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

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  • How old should I be before applying for my license in Kentucky?

    The state of Kentucky requires you to be at least 16 before applying for your permit.
  • Are there documents I need when I go to apply for my license in Kentucky?

    When you go to apply for your license, there are a few things you should remember to bring with you such as:
    • A School Compliance Verification Form (if under 18)
    • An Application Form (signed by parents if under 18)
    • Birth Certificate
    • Social Security Card
    • Proof of Residence
  • How can I qualify to get my permit in Kentucky?

    You may qualify to get a permit in Kentucky if you….
    • Are at least 16 years old
    • Have proof of address
    • Can provide a school compliance form ( if under 18)
    • Have a signed application by parents (if under 18)
    • Pass the vision test
    • Pass the written test
  • Where do I go when I’m ready to apply for my license in Kentucky?

    Driver licenses are issued at any local Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk office.
  • What is the contact information for a Kentucky DMV office?

    You may contact the main Kentucky DMV office by calling 502-564-1257. You can also find a local field office near you at
  • Who should bring me for my permit test in Kentucky?

    You must have a signed application by your parent or legal guardian; therefore it is best for them to bring you. If they are unable to bring you, a licensed driver over 21 can take you. Just contact the DMV office at 502-564-1257 for more information.
  • When getting a license in Kentucky, do I need a physical?

    No. Kentucky doesn’t require a physical in order to obtain your license.
  • Does Kentucky require applicants to take a vision exam?

    Yes. When you apply for a license, your vision will be tested. You can practice your vision exam online at
  • Where should I go for my driver’s license photo in Kentucky?

    The DMV office will take care of all of that the day you go in for your exam. Just relax and look your best!
  • How do I apply for my Kentucky driver’s license?

    The Kentucky licensing process is simple.
    • First: Be sure to have all of your documents such as your birth certificate, social security card, proof of address and school compliance form.
    • Next: Be sure you are at least 16 years old.
    • Afterwards: Be sure you are prepared for the written exam by studying.
    • Finally: Go to your local County Circuit Clerk’s office to take the test.
  • What happens after I apply for my Kentucky driver’s license?

    Once you have passed your written exam, you will be issued a learner’s permit. If you are under 21, you will have to hold your permit for at least 180 days before applying for your road test. You must also have 60 hours of behind the wheel practice with at least 10 of those hours being at night. If you are over 21, you will have to hold your license for 30 days before applying for your license.
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Here’s What Other Learners from Kentucky are Saying:

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Kitty Sitompul-N., Bowling Green, Kentucky

"These tests are so close to the real thing you won’t believe how easy it is when you actually take your permit test."

Zach T., Owensboro, Kentucky

"So I practiced for 2 days, went in and took the test and I passed it. I am excited and I don't think I missed a single question because I knew everything. The questions were almost identical to the questions on this site. I'm thankful!"

Patience C., Covington, Kentucky

"I absolutely love this site!! It was sooooooo helpful, much more helpful than the manual. I took every practice test for my state, i missed a couple questions (mostly because of nerves, and I'm a terrible test taker), but i passed! And i really couldn't have done it without this site. I recommended this to my boyfriend who is a couple months younger than me and will be taking his test soon. I just love how closely it resembled the test itself, and it really helped me prepare for it."

Sierra Gillespie, Kentucky

"These practices were extremely helpful! I went for my test right on my birthday nearly a month ago; I passed within ten minutes without missing a single question. It's very easy, just keep studying!"

Kayla Slone, Kentucky

"I found the test very helpful and would recommend it to anybody that's going for their license. First time I didn't do so well, but the second time I got a 97%. This is a great idea for beginner drivers!"

Bernard Sharper II, Kentucky

"First off...Thank you so much! These tests helped me so much. Compared to the actual test the questions on this website were so much harder, and definitely prepared me for the test. I am so grateful and I recommend this website to everyone about to get their permit."

Jaye Powvell, Kentucky

"Such a great website! I can't stress this enough- if you pass these tests you will pass the real thing. Thank you to whoever created this amazing site!"

Greatest Ever, KY

"I was really nervous and wasn't sure how it would go... I took 5 or 6 practice tests and it prepared me for the exam. Most of the practice questions lined up with some exam questions. Glad I used!"

Kevin Koelsch, KY

"This site helped me a lot and I passed my test with 37 out of 40. Thank you so much for making it so easy for us."

Sabur Idris, KY

"Thank you so much, I passed my first time. I will recommend this website. I read the manual then practiced this website. All the questions in the exam were familiar to me."

Happy One, KY

"My birthday was coming up so I was looking for practice tests online. I came across this website. I just kept doing the different practice tests and practice road sign tests until my birthday. I went in and got my permit my first try! Some of the questions on here are identical to the questions on the real test. Thank You!"

Abby Carlisle, KY
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