Missouri Permit Test
Preparing to get your Missouri driving permit with the Department of Revenue is simple. Be sure to take the permit practice test to help you get ready for your trip to the Missouri State Highway Patrol driver license office.
Earning a learners permit, and eventually a full license is always a big step. There are many steps to accomplish along the way. The task does not have to be difficult however if you understand the process.
Teens can start the process at age 15 by applying for an Instruction Permit, after passing the written test. This will allow you to drive with a supervising adult.
Upon turning 16, and holding the permit for at least 6 months of clean driving, you can apply for an Intermediate License. You must have completed the required practice hours, and pass the driving test to get your license. The Intermediate License comes with restrictions on the number of passengers you can carry and on late night driving.
After 1 year of driving with no traffic or alcohol violations, you may convert this to an unrestricted Full Driver License. Learn more with the official Graduated Driver License Law Brochure. http://dor.mo.gov/forms/4821.pdf
Parent involvement is essential to help teens smoothly transition into the driving process. Families can set the expectation for safe driving starting with the Parent/Teen Driving Agreement. http://dor.mo.gov/pdf/drivingagreement.pdf