Learning to drive in North Dakota is the adventure of a lifetime. Like everything that is great in life, getting out on the open road is predicated on a government-issued test. Taking this test is actually very simple. And studying for that test is even simpler, made possible by our three step process. You can start the whole process right here, right now, wherever you’re reading this page, for absolutely no cost to you!
1) North Dakota Practice Permit Test: The North Dakota learner’s permit test is a multiple choice test that encompasses the accrued knowledge contained within the North Dakota drivers handbook. Our practice permit test is the same. By taking this practice test, you can practice for the real thing. If you don’t feel like you performed well enough on the test, you can take it as many times as you need!
2) North Dakota Drivers Manual: After taking the practice test, and possibly even before, read the North Dakota drivers manual. It contains everything you’re going to need to know for the test, as well as everything you’ll need to know before you go out and drive.
3) North Dakota Road Signs: The road signs in North Dakota are something that you should know before any test. If you go out on the road in any vehicle, you need to know the road signs, so of course it’s going to be on the test.
4) North Dakota Permit Test Flash Cards: Use these flash cards as many times as you need to practice for your actual North Dakota permit test. Remember – about half of individuals FAIL the real knowledge test the first time. So, make sure to study the full NORTH DAKOTA Driver’s Manual before you go to take the real knowledge test.
5) North Dakota Permit Test Cheat Sheet: This cheat sheet will help you remember the important test questions and help you prepare for the North Dakota permit test in simple easy way. You can either download or read the cheat sheet online.
That’s it, this process is very simple and easy. Getting that North Dakota learner’s permit will be easy and awesome!
North Dakota Permit Test FAQs:
How do I get driver’s permit in North Dakota?
In North Dakota, you must be at least 16 years old to apply for a driver’s license. If you have never had a driver’s license before you must first apply for a learner’s permit which requires that you pass a written test on safe driving techniques, traffic signs and motor vehicle laws.
When you have obtained learners permit, you must then pass a vision screening and a road skills test to get a North Dakota drivers license.
To get an operator’s license, anyone who is 14 or 15 years old is required to have held the instruction permit for 12 months or to the age of 16, whichever comes first, but no less than 6 months prior to completing the road test.
Before completing the road test, if you are 16 or 17, you are required to have the instruction permit to the age of 18 or 6 months, whichever comes first.
How do I prepare for the North Dakota permit test?
You are encouraged to study for this exam so that you can obtain your learner’s permit as soon as you reach the required age. You can take an online practice exam that provides actual sample questions from the DMV exam. Test your driving knowledge by taking the North Dakota practice permit test now.
I have recently moved to North Dakota. How do I get the driver’s license?
If you move to North Dakota and you have a license from another state, you must get a North Dakota license within 60 days. You will be asked to turn in your out-of-state license so be sure to take it with you when you go to the DOT.
The road skills test may be waived at the examiner’s discretion; however, you will have to do the vision screening test and the written exam change your former license to a ND driver’s license. You will have to apply for a new license and pass all 3 tests if your out-of-state license has been expired for more than 12 months.
I am from the overseas. Do I have to apply for the North Dakota driver’s license?
You may drive in North Dakota for 90 days with an international driving permit accompanied by a valid foreign driver’s license. When you have lived in the state for 90 consecutive days, you must apply for a North Dakota license as you will be considered a resident for the purpose of driver licensing.
What documentation do I require for ND driving permit?
Ensure that you have all the following documents when you go to the DMV office in North Dakota.
You will receive teh following when you have met your licensing requirements:
- Intermediate Driver’s License (15 years of age), which is valid for 4 years.
- Full driver’s license (16 and older), which is valid for 4 years.
Always remember—to operate a vehicle safely, you must have knowledge, practiced skill and respectfully understand the limitations that can be imposed by the environment as well as other driver