The option to translate this page is provided via third party application. The ODPS/BMV cannot guarantee the accuracy of the translation made available through this service. Users accept the risk of inaccurate translations.
Once a driver is confident with their capabilities and all requirements have been met, a road test can be scheduled:
The applicant must present his or her TIPIC, and if under age 18, the applicant must present a driver education certificate. Applicants also must provide a vehicle in good condition for testing. An inspection will be performed before the test begins.
The road test has two parts: driving and maneuverability. During the driving test the following will be performed:
The maneuverability test has two parts:
Before the test is complete, the driver must remove the vehicle from the test area without running over markers or performing any other disqualifying actions. Stopping, bumping markers, misjudgment of stopping distance, and not being parallel with the test area are all deductions from the overall point total. It is an immediate failure if a driver runs over or knocks down a marker, or removes the marker from the designated area.
After passing the driving and maneuverability tests, drivers may go to a deputy registrar to be issued a driver license. The driver must surrender the TIPIC at this time.
Upon failure of a driving or skills test, the applicant must wait seven days before retesting. After the fourth failure, the applicant must wait six months before he or she will be allowed to retest.
If you have special accommodations for road testing, please contact a local driver exam station.
Please contact us
by Live Chat
Or call (614) 752-7600
Monday - Friday
7:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.
8:00 A.M. - 1:45 P.M.
Get the latest news and updates directly in your inbox.