ARIZONA DRIVER LICENSE REQUIREMENTS AT-A-GLANCE:
Minimum Age for an Instruction or Learner's Permit 15 years, 6 months
Instruction Permit Holding Period You must have held your instruction permit for at least six (6) months in good standing before applying for a graduated driver's license
Minimum Amount of Supervised Driving 30 hours, 10 of which must be at night
Minimum Age for Driver License 16 years for a graduated driver's license
Road Test Yes
Unsupervised Driving Rules With an instruction permit, you must always have a licensed driver, 21 years of age or older, seated next to you in the front passenger seat actively supervising you while you drive. For the first six (6) months after receiving your graduated driver's license, you may not drive unsupervised between the hours of 12 midnight and 5am unless you are commuting to your job, a school-sponsored activity, a sanctioned religious activity, or because of a family emergency
Passenger Rules After you receive your Arizona graduated driver's license, there are restrictions on your carrying minor-aged passengers. For the first six (6) months after receiving your graduated driver's license, you may drive with only one (1) passenger (other than a sibling) in the vehicle who is under 18 years of age UNLESS a parent or guardian, who is holds a valid Arizona driver's license (Class A, B, C, or D), is seated in the front passenger seat.
Other A driver education instructor may authorize a 15-year-old driver education student to drive only while supervised by the authorizing instructor.
HOW TO GET YOUR ARIZONA DRIVER LICENSE STEP-BY-STEP:
1

Practice for the written Learner Permit Exam using our free practice tests

2

Find a driver license office and schedule an appointment for the written exam (you may also simply show up but you may have to wait some time)

3

Take the Learner Permit Written Exam

4

Practice driving with your learner permit

5

Take the Driving Exam


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