Before visiting a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office or other state motor vehicle agency to take a drivers license test, inquire if an appointment is needed. Otherwise, unless walk-ins are accepted, DMV officials will turn you away. NOTE: Only a few states require or offer appointments for other services besides road test appointments.What is the DMV permit test?
DMV Exam also called Permit Test is available online for ages 14 1/2 to 17. Age 18 and older must take this test at a local DMV office. Permit Test covers road signs, traffic laws, and road rules. Whereas, the DATA course focuses more on how drugs and alcohol effect a person and effects their driving abilities.How do you get an appointment at DMV?
Either visit your state's DMV website or call your local DMV office for the appointment number. Some branch offices offer a central appointment number, while other states offer appointment numbers by DMV location. Either way, when calling, have your learner's permit number at the ready.