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Looking to get a learners permit or driver’s license before heading over to get some of that sweet New Haven pizza? With all the insurance companies in Hartford looking over your shoulder, you’ll want to play it safe. To pass the driver’s test, you’ll need to study and familiarize yourself with every possible exam question that the Connecticut DMV will throw at you. That’s where we come in. We’ve already collected all of the material you need, including hundreds of questions and a series of step-by-step DMV practice tests that will help you pass like a pro. And if you are looking to upgrade to a commercial driver’s license or hit a lighthouse trail on a chopper, we’ve got the motorcycle and CDL tests covered too.

Did you know that the biggest export of the Constitution State is airplane parts? It’s true, and if you want to get in on hauling turbine engines you'll need to obtain a Connecticut commercial driver’s license. The general knowledge and skills tests aren't very expensive at $16 and $30 respectfully. And the damage isn't bad from there either, with endorsements costing only $5 each. Below we have ways you can prep for every kind of exam for each class, A, B, or C vehicles and every endorsement including passenger and school busses, doubles/triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal skills. With our cheat sheets, you'll be fully prepared for your next commercial driving career in CT.

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Connecticut Driver's License: When You Can Apply

AgeType of LicensePrerequisites
16 (First Timers)Learner's PermitPass a Knowledge Test and a Vision Test.
16+ (Learner's Permit Holders)Intermediate LicenseComplete Driver Training (commercial school, secondary school, or homeschool), including 40 hours of driving practice. Hold your Learner's Permit for 120 days if you are having commercial school or secondary school training or 180 days if you are having home training. Also pass a Road Test.
18+ (Learner's Permit Holders)Adult LicenseYou have held your Learner's Permit for 90 days. Complete a Safe Driving Practices course. Also pass a Road Test.
18+ (Intermediate License Holders)Adult LicenseNone.

Note 1: To apply for any type of learner's permit or license, you must first obtain consent from your parents or guardians if you are under 18 years of age.

Note 2: If more than one line of this table applies to you, you can choose either option unless otherwise specified.

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Connecticut Driver's License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my CT Driver's License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • At what age may I apply for a Connecticut license?

    You must be at least 16 years old to apply for a license in Connecticut.
  • What documents do I need when applying for my learner’s permit in Connecticut?

    You will need:
    • The Learner's Permit Application.
    • Parental Consent Form (if under 18)
    • 2 Proofs of Residency
    • 2 Proofs of ID
    • Proof of Social Security Number
  • Where is the nearest place to apply for a driver's license in Connecticut?

    You should go to your local DMV office. Schedule an appointment before you go.
  • How do I contact a Connecticut DMV office?

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

    Your parent or legal guardian should bring you. If they can’t, bring a completed Certificate of Parental Consent.
  • Will I have to take a physical in order to get a Connecticut permit?

    No physical is required in order to get a permit.
  • Will I need a vision test when I go for my Connecticut driver's license?

    Yes, you are required to pass a vision test. You must score 20/40 in each eye with or without glasses.
  • Where do I get my Connecticut driver’s license photo taken?

    Your picture will be taken at the DMV office.
  • What happens after I apply for my Connecticut license?

    Adults over 18 must hold their learner’s permit for at least 90 days. They must also complete an 8-hour Safe Driving Practices Course through a commercial or secondary driving school.
    Teens under 18 should get 30 hours of classroom training with either a commercial driving school or a secondary driver’s education course and hold their learner’s permit for at least 120 days. There’s also the option of home training which includes 22 hours of classroom type training and an 8-hour Safe Driving Practices Course where you must hold your permit for 180 days. Teens must also get an additional 40 hours of behind-the-wheel training.
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Here's What Other Learners from CT Are Saying:

"Got 20/22! I read the drivers manual and did the practice questions on this site! Thank u, I passed!"

Nardia P., Bridgeport, CT

"I found out that my test was going to be in five days and found this site with a simple google search. The tests were pretty helpful in familiarizing myself with the manual and the kind of questions they may ask. I got 100% on my permit knowledge test!"

Elizabeth H., New Haven, Connecticut

"You guys are awesome for putting up such a wonderful site. Took my test today at DMV and cleared in first attempt. Thank you so much again! Lovely site. Recommending to my friends!"

Sharon, Stamford, Connecticut

"Took my permit test for the third time yesterday and I would not have passed if I hadn’t used these practice tests to help me study. This site is awesome, it makes everything so much easier to understand and you retain information better by taking the tests. So helpful, see you guys on the road!"

Stephanie O'R., Hartford, Connecticut

"This was SOOOO helpful. I read the handbook, but mostly took a ton of practice tests on here, and it most definitely helped when I actually took the exam. All of the separate tests that tested on specific areas really helped, and the practice exam got me prepared to realize that I needed to know a whole range of things when the time came. If it wasn't for, I really don't know what I would have done."

Darcy C., Waterbury, CT

"I took the knowledge test today (8/13/2015) and I passed! I got 100%. I studied the driver's manual, and then studied all the practice tests in this website. I felt like the exam at the DMV was easy after all the studying I did. This website is awesome and very helpful. Thank you so much!"

Mafel Cloutier, Connecticut

"If you want to get your permit on your first try, this is the website to do it on. It gives you the perfect step-by-step process on how to study for the test and the best part is that it’s free."

Awab Mohmed, Connecticut

"I passed with flying colors! Those who are planning to take permit test, my recommendation to them is to practice as many tests as you can from this site because it is very useful! YOU CAN DO IT GUYS"

Rose Williams, Connecticut

"This site is the best. One should definitely read the driver's manual of the state before appearing for the knowledge test, but I would definitely recommend that once that is done, please visit this site and go through the practice tests and the DMV simulator test. This site has got every kind and range of question which can be asked in the real test. I took the test today (and PASSED at the very first attempt), almost every question in the real test was experienced by me here in the practice tests. THANKS a ton and highly recommend!"

Subeer Chatterji, Connecticut

"Got my permit! Studied a lot! Read the manual 3x (didn't help me at all) haha, if you want to pass, use this website!!! Without it, I would not have passed! Try to pass with a 100 on every test and you'll be fine! xo"

Lola Dos Santos, Connecticut

"I passed my permit today and I used this website to study mostly! I didn’t want to print out the manual which is 100 pages and I really didn’t want to read it. I used this website for a week straight around 30-60 minutes a day and I did the marathon test around 5 times. If you get a good result on the practice tests you should be okay for the real permit test. I got only 1 or 2 wrong and I passed :) This website really helps I recommend it to anyone who wants to get their permit."

Sandy Swag, CT

"I was very scared to take my permit test but then I found this website, and today I passed on the first try. I got 20 correct in a row! This is more than a website, this is a God send!"

Krystal Goethe, CT

"This website is awesome, it really helped me study. I passed on my first try!"

Justin M, CT

"The first time I took the permit test in the summer of 2012 and failed by using another website that wasn't really helpful so my friend told me recently about this website so I decided to try it out I passed all the practice tests and I took my actual permit test just yesterday and only got 3 wrong I'm so thankful for this website and happy thank you so much!!!"

Ashlyn Burnett, CT

"My first try taking the permit test I failed, because I studied from the driver’s manual handbook. I then found this website and let me tell you I passed today on my 2nd try with flying colors! This site really does help! Thank God for this website."

Johnny Ven, CT
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