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In the State of Alabama, minors are required to go through a graduated driver's license program. When you are 15 years of age, you can apply for a learner's permit or instruction permit. This stage of the graduated licensing program is known as Stage 1. In order to receive your learner's permit, you must complete a written knowledge test and pass it successfully. To prepare for this exam, you should take a driver license practice test for Alabama.
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If you are 14 or 15 years old, you can get a learner's permit to ride motor-driven cycles so long as they weigh 200 lbs. or less and have engines no larger than 150cc. In order to operate a motorcycle with an engine greater than 150cc capacity, you must be at least 16 years of age. In either case, you will have to pass written knowledge exams on traffic laws, safe riding techniques, and proper identification of road signs. Why struggle to find what you are looking for in the Alabama Motorcycle Operator Manual? At 50 pages in length, it qualifies as a small book and hardly convenient! Our Cheat Sheets can help you pass these written tests on your FIRST TRY!Learn More >
To apply for an Alabama commercial driver's license permit, you must be at least 18 years old. If you want to operate a commercial vehicle across state lines, you must be 21 years old. In order to receive your CDL permit, you will have to self-certify the type of vehicle that you will be driving (Class A, B, or C), as well as the type of commerce that you will be conducting (interstate or intrastate). Once you have certified the type of license that you require, you will take a written exam on general knowledge, which covers road rules, safe driving techniques, and rules that specifically relate to commercial vehicle operation. You will also have to take separate written tests for any endorsements you are seeking, such as an air brake or passenger endorsement.
Passing your written exams can be extremely challenging if you don't study ahead of time or take an Alabama driver license practice test. Even if you do study ahead of time, passing on your first try can still be difficult, as the official Alabama Commercial Driver License Manual is more than 150 pages long. Being able to find the information that you're seeking can be frustrating work, which can make you feel stressed out and tired. Our Cheat Sheets provide the solution. Easy to use, easy to read, and designed with your needs in mind, our Cheat Sheets are the perfect study guide. So stop worrying and start "cheating" today!Learn More >