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You aren’t going to feel very at home on the country roads of West Virginia without a license to operate a motor vehicle. Learners can apply as early as 15, and while there’s a manual put out by the DMV, our practice tests are more comprehensive. We also have visual representations of road situations making it easier to really see what the questions are asking. It’s the ideal resource for someone who wants to pass on the first try (around 50% of people fail the first go around… don’t let that be you!). In addition, the site contains all the information you might need if you want to obtain a motorcycle or commercial driver’s license or a learner’s permit, as well as DMV practice tests for these.

Careening through coal country and getting paid for it is a sweet deal. But to make money bringing bushels of apples through Charleston you’ll need a West Virginia commercial driver’s license (CDL). The DMV charges you for this based on your age and number of years you require it be valid. There is also a $125 combined fee for testing including the written and skills portions. Written exams include 70 questions for Class A vehicle tests and 50 for classe B or C. Then there are further skills tests and exams for endorsements like passenger and school busses, doubles/triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal. To get you ready for every inch of that we have practice tests and cheat sheets that will put you in a position of success.

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West Virginia Driver’s License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my WV Driver’s License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What age should I be in order to apply for a learner’s permit in West Virginia?

    You should be at least 15 years old before applying for your West Virginia permit.
  • What documents do I need when I go to apply for my license in West Virginia?

    You will need the following:
    • One Proof of Identity
    • Proof of Social Security Number
    • 2 Proofs of Residency
    • School Eligibility Form (if under 18)
  • Where do I go to apply for a driver’s license in West Virginia?

    Apply for your license at DMV office.
  • How can I contact my nearest West Virginia DMV office?

    You can contact your nearest DMV office directly. Here’s a list of DMV office locations.
  • Who should bring me for my knowledge test in West Virginia?

    A parent or guardian must bring applicants who are under age 18.
  • Does West Virginia require that I get a physical in order to get a license?

  • Will I need a vision test when I go for my West Virginia driver’s license?

    Yes, you are required to take a vision test.
  • Where do I go to get my driver’s license picture taken?

    Your picture will be taken at the DMV office.
  • What’s the next step after I apply for my West Virginia permit?

    You must hold your permit for at least 6 months. During that time, you must get at least 50 hours of behind the wheel training or complete drivers education. If over 18, you must hold your instruction permit for at least 30 days.
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Here’s What Other Learners From WV Are Saying:

"This site is amazing! The practice tests are so informative and helpful! Because of this site, I passed my permit test today with flying colors. Oh, and on the first try!"

Erin O., Charleston, West Virginia

"With only less than six hours left before going to get my second permit (and barely no study on the book whatsoever), I had to find some exams to study on and I found this. Thanks to this website, I passed my second permit test on my first try. Thank you, you helped me get my permit a second time. Totally recommend with my friends."

Justin H., Huntington, West Virginia

"I passed the test today. The practice tests are very helpful and so much similar to the real test. Thank you!"

Krishna G., Morgantown, WV
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Knowledge exams you're taking:

General Knowledge
Hazardous Materials (HazMat)
School Bus
Passenger Vehicles
Air Brakes
Combination Vehicles
Double/Triple Trailers
Tanker Vehicles
Pre-Trip Inspection
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