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Arizona Online Driver Education and Licensing Procedures

We’re very happy that you’re starting the process of applying for your Arizona learner’s permit or first Arizona driver license! Arizona has a graduated driver license program for Arizona drivers ages 15-18, and there are a few things we would like you to know to make sure that applying for your Arizona driving license is as trouble-free an experience as possible. So let’s get started.

Arizona Learner Permit

This Arizona driver’s license will enable you to start learning to drive provided you have someone 21 years or older in the seat next to you as you learn. However, your Alaska learner’s permit, or Alaska graduated drivers license, is only valid for 1 year. You can use your Arizona learner permit to drive with any other Arizona driver who carries a class A, B, C, or D license—just don’t forget that they have to be sitting next to you!
Even though you have to wait until you’re 16 to apply for your first Arizona driver’s license, you can apply for an Arizona instructional permit (otherwise known as an Arizona learner’s permit) when you’re 15 and a half. You’ll need to take the following documents with you to the local Arizona DMV:

  • social security card
  • your birth certificate
  • your $7 license fee
  • two acceptable identification documents

You must then pass:

  • the written exam (it’s best to thoroughly study the Arizona driver license manual!)
  • vision test (all the information can be found in Arizona’s DMV website)
    If you pass, your reward is an Arizona instructional driver license!

Arizona Teen Driver’s License

If you’re 16 or 17 and have held your Arizona learner’s license for at least 6 months, you must surrender your Arizona learner’s permit to apply for your Arizona graduated license—and yes, take the written test as well as the dreaded road test. Keep in mind the following before heading off to the Arizona DMV:

  • Bring your Arizona learner’s permit
  • You need to bring $25 Arizona driver license fee
  • You must complete at least 20 driving hours (signed by a parent, legal guardian, or certified driving instructor)
  • 10 hour additional hours or night driving
  • Your written test scores and two pieces of identification
  • Also, remember to take along your Social Security card.

Before the road test, an examiner will check your car in order to ensure that it’s in safe operating condition with the required equipment. During the test, you will be asked to make right and left turns, signal properly, use marked and unmarked traffic lanes, go in reverse, make a quick stop, park, and skillfully perform the dreaded three point turn.
The Arizona Division of Motor Vehicles website contains all the required forms to apply for your Arizona provisional license, as well as also schedule your Arizona road test, in one convenient location. After you’ve scheduled your Arizona road test, bring the required fee to your local Arizona DMV.

Arizona Teen Driver License Restrictions and Penalties

For all Arizonans, driving is a privilege, not a right. For a new driver such as yourself, there are several additional restrictions you need to keep in mind regarding your Arizona learner’s license or Arizona driver’s license. Remember, we’re not trying to spoil your fun, we’re just trying to keep you safe!

If you just have your Arizona learner’s permit, you must be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, or person over 21 who has a class A, B, C, or D Alaska driver license. The person who is supervising you must sit in the front passenger seat.

If you’re 16 or older and have your Arizona graduated driver license, there are a few other rules that apply. For the first 6 months, a graduated license holder cannot drive a vehicle between 1:00AM and 5AM with the following exceptions:

  • You have a parent, legal guardian with you
  • You are going to or from your workplace, a school sponsored or religious event
    ( You are driving for reasons of a family emergency

Also, you can’t drive with more than one passenger under 18 unless:

  • The passengers are your siblings
  • You’re accompanied b