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If you are under 21 years of age and have never been licensed, you will have to get a learner's permit before you can apply for your permanent driver's license. You can apply for a learner's permit at age 15. You will have to take and pass successfully a written knowledge test on Maine driving laws and safe driving techniques. Once you pass this test, you will be granted restricted driving privileges.
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Before you can apply for a motorcycle permit in the State of Maine, you must be at least 16 years old. If you are less than 18 years of age, you will also have to complete a state-approved driver's education course for a standard driver's license. Finally, you must complete the Maine Motorcycle Safety Education Course (MMSEC) at some point prior to applying for your permanent motorcycle license (if you are a minor).
To obtain your permit, you will have to take and pass a written knowledge test. This test covers safe riding techniques, Maine traffic statutes, and road signage, among other related topics. To study for this knowledge exam, or for your Maine driver's license practice test, you can reference our Cheat Sheets. How effective is our Cheat Sheet as a study guide? If you use it to prepare for your test, we are confident that you'll pass on your first try.Learn More >
You can apply for a Maine commercial driver's license as early as 18 years of age, and upon receiving your permit, will be able to operate a commercial vehicle with restrictions. If you are unsure what you want to do after high school, are looking to make extra money while in college, or have considered a career as a truck driver, applying for your CDL permit when you turn 18 can be tremendously beneficial. Before you can get your permit, however, you will have to take and pass a written knowledge test.
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