*The Minimum Age for Learner’s Permit is 14 years
*Holding Period for Learner’s Permit is 6 months
*No minimum amount of time designated for supervised driving
*Compulsory Road Test
*Rules for unsupervised driving: Between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., licensed minors are not permitted to drive, unless under the supervision of a licensed driver at least 21-years-old.
*No Passenger Rules
*Other license applicants who are under 18 years of age have to complete a driver education course.
Step 1: You are able to practice for your learner permit exam by taking our free Mississippi online drivers ed practice tests at our website.
Step 2: Locate the nearest office for obtaining a driver’s license and schedule an appointment to take the written exam. It is possible for you to just show up for the exam, but you may have to wait for some time.
Step 3: Take the Written Learner Permit Exam
Step 4: Practice your driving now that you have your learner’s permit.
Step 5: Take the official Driving Exam