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In order to apply for a learner's permit in the State of Kentucky, you must be 16 years of age. If you are under 18 years of age, you will need a parent or guardian's signature on your application as well as a School Compliance Verification form. Before you can be issued your learner's permit, you will have to pass a written knowledge test. The topics covered on this knowledge exam include traffic laws, safe driving techniques, and identification of various road signs.
There are a number of ways that you can study for your written knowledge test, including taking a driver's license practice test for Kentucky, but we recommend that you use our Cheat Sheet. It has been designed with your needs in mind and is a great alternative to the lengthy and cumbersome official driver's manual. Information is presented neatly and cleanly so that you can reference it quickly and retain the information easily. Any information that doesn't help you pass your test has been left off - we have designed our Cheat Sheet to be as user friendly as possible!Learn More >
If you do not already have a license, you must be at least 18 years old before you can apply for a motorcycle permit. If you do have a valid driver's license, you can apply for a motorcycle permit before you reach age 18; however, you will need a parent or guardian's signature on your application. If a rider successfully completes Kentucky's Motorcycle Safety Education (MSE) course, then he or she will not be required to take the skills test to obtain a license. However, the skills test will still needed to be completed.
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Individuals interested in obtaining a commercial driver's license must be 18 years old before they can apply for their CDL permit. If applicants are under 21 years of age, they will be limited to operating commercial vehicles within the State of Kentucky until they have reached the appropriate age. Before you can apply for your CDL permit, you will have to self-certify what type of commercial license you are seeking as well as what type of commerce you plan on conducting. Depending on the type, there may be extra medical requirements. You should be mindful of this information during your application process.
To obtain your CDL permit, you will have to take a written test on general knowledge as well a separate test for each type of endorsement that you are seeking. The knowledge tests for these various certifications can be difficult to pass, even if you take a Kentucky driver's license practice test or study ahead of time with the Kentucky Commercial Driver License Manual. The message is clear - stop studying and start "cheating" today!Learn More >