Alabama Permit Test 2023 with DMV and CLD driving Knowledge Test with all traffic signs. Try our free Alabama DMV driver’s license, or permit practice test. In addition, you can also download study guide materials Boat Certification Manual, Commercial Driver License Handbook, Driver License, and Motorcycle License Manual with the study guide.
Under the laws of Alabama, every person (with some exceptions) must be licensed to operate a motor vehicle on public streets and roadways. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Driver License Division, issues driver licenses.
Alabama Permit Test 2023
NON-CDL Driving Knowledge Tests
- Alabama DMV Practice Test 1
- Alabama DMV Practice Test 2
- Alabama DMV Practice Test 3
- Alabama DMV Practice Test 4
- Alabama DMV Practice Test 5
- Alabama DMV Practice Test 6
- Alabama DMV Practice Test 7
Motorcycle (Two/Three Wheeler)
CDL (Commercial Driver License)
Alabama DMV Knowledge Test
Every Alabama resident who operates any motor vehicle must have a driver’s license. All applicants who have not been licensed in Alabama or whose Alabama license has expired for over three years must pass the required driver knowledge permit test. A holder of an out-of-state license that has not expired over one year does not have to pass a driver’s examination.
- Certified Birth Certificate
- School Enrollment Form-If you are 19 and older, you will be exempt from this form.
- Social Security Card
- 16 years of age but under 18, must have a valid Learner’s License for 6 months before taking the road test.
- The minimum driving age in Alabama is 16. However, there are certain exceptions and restrictions:
- $5, written test, eye exam
- $36.25 Learners Permit, valid for 4 years
- A valid foreign passport with an acceptable visa or resident alien card
- Social Security number verification * or letter from Social Security stating non-eligibility
- Document from the “secondary” list authorizing presence in the U.S. for more than 160 days
- $5 test or transfer fee plus the cost of the license (no checks)
If you are applying for a learner license and pass the knowledge test, the examiner will issue your learner license upon payment of the required fee. Automated testing is available to all applicants taking the driver’s license knowledge test.
|Test Name||Alabama Driving Knowledge Test|
|Test contains||traffic laws, road signs, and rules of safe driving|
|Test purpose||obtain a learner’s license permit|
|driver license validity||4 years|
|Questions Type||multiple choice|
|Minimum Passing Score||80%|
|Minimum Driving Age||16|
|If you failed||will be allowed to try again|
An Alabama driver’s license may be renewed without examination within a 3-year period after expiration.
CLASS OF LICENSE
If you drive a commercial vehicle that falls into one of the following classifications, you must secure an Alabama Commercial Driver License (CDL).
Alabama CDL Endorsements
CDL Endorsements are required for double/triple trailers, tanker vehicles, passenger vehicles and vehicles placarded for hazardous materials.
N – Tanks 1,000 gallons or greater
H – Hazardous materials
X – Tanks and Haz Mat
T – Double/triple trailers
P – Greater than 15 passengers including the driver
S – School bus
Alabama Road Test
The road test is the final step toward qualifying for the privilege of driving on public streets and highways. A driver’s license examiner of the Alabama Department of Public Safety gives all road tests. You must furnish a vehicle for the road test. The vehicle will be checked by the examiner before the test begins. It must be in safe operating condition and have the required equipment.
- The equipment required for the examination includes:
- Rearview mirror
- Windshield wipers
- Two separate methods of applying brakes
- Rear tail lights
- Valid license plate
- Directional signals
Alabama New Rules and Guide
The following chart illustrates why the two-second rule is more readily adaptable for today’s drivers and allows for a safer following distance.
STOPPING DISTANCE: From eye to brain to foot to wheel to road
Study Guide with Handbook 2023
Alabama’s many roadways, whether interstate highways or scenic byways are more enjoyable when everyone obeys our traffic laws and practices safe and courteous driving. The Alabama Driver’s Manual is your tool to learn and refresh your knowledge of respectful driving and roadway safety.
This manual is a valuable tool. It not only provides you with the information required to obtain an Alabama driver’s license but studying its pages will help you develop good, safe driving habits. I encourage you to educate yourself, carefully reading through this manual and closely abiding by the rules and regulations detailed in it.
- Boat Certification Manual
- Commercial Driver License Manual
- Driver License Manual
- Motorcycle License Manual
- Road Test Study Guide.
When you have passed all tests, you will go to the License Department office to have your photo taken, and pay the required fees; you will receive a temporary license with your picture that shows you have the privilege of driving a motor vehicle in Alabama.
You will receive your permanent license by mail within 30 days. If you do not receive your license in 30 days, call the driver’s license division at 334-242-4400.
|Driver license office||View all offices.|
|Driver License||Apply Online|