Oklahoma Driver License Requirements at-a-glance:

DMV Info Minimum Age for Learner Permit 15 years, 6 months (Must be 16 if not enrolled in driver education) Learner Permit Holding Period6 months (however, you must be at least 16 years old before you can upgrade to a driver’s license). Minimum Age for Driver License 16 years if completed drivers education; or 16 yrs and 6 months if you have not had drivers education. Road TestYes Minimum Amount of Supervised Driving You must have completed at least 55 hours (including 10 hours at night) of behind-the-wheel training from a qualified supervising driver (i.e.--a licensed driver who's at least 21 years old, been licensed for at least 2 years, and has been approved by your parent/guardian to supervise you). Unsupervised Driving RulesIntermediate license holders may not drive unsupervised between 10pm and 5am unless commuting to work, school, or church. Otherwise, a qualified supervising driver must be present if driving after hours. Passenger Rules Intermediate license holders may only carry one (1) non-family passenger unless a qualified supervising driver is present in the vehicle.

How To Get Your

Oklahoma License Step-by-Step:

In order to take this Parent Taught Driver Education (PTDE) course, your parent or legal guardian must first obtain a PTDE package. You may download it here: http://www.dps.state.ok.us/dls/pub/PTDE.pdf. Included in the package is the PTDE affadavit, which must be signed and returned to the OK DPS for processing. Once they have processed your affadavit, you will be issued a "Authorization Number" which will be needed before you may start a PTDE course.

Register for and complete the online PTDE course, which includes 30-hours of in-class and 55-hours of in-car instruction. You may not begin the in-car portion until you have obtained your learner's permit at the DPS.

Find a driver license office and schedule an appointment for the written permit exam (you may also simply show up but you may have to wait some time). You will be required to bring both your affadavit and certificate of completion.

Take the Learner Permit Written Exam.

Once you have obtained your learner permit, you may begin the 55-hour in-car driving lessons contained in the PTDE course under the supervision of your parent or guardian.

Once you have completed the in-car portion of the PTDE course and successfully completed the final examination, you will be issued a certificate of completion. Bring this to a DPS location to apply for your Intermediate drivers license.

Take your driving test at the DPS and obtain your intermediate drivers license.