Pass the North Carolina Driver License & Learners Permit Test
In North Carolina, it's always a good idea to have some form of identification on you, at all times, in case of emergency. This form of ID can be: a drivers license, learners permit, or a state identification (ID) card. All three of these forms of identification are issued by the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (NC DMV).
An ID card can be issued to persons of any age, who is a resident of North Carolina, and who does not have a driver's license. It looks like a drivers license, but is used for identification purposes only. A North Carolina ID can be obtained from any driver's license office, no matter where you live in the state. You simply need to bring into the NC DMV proof of identity, age, residency, social security number, and the $10 fee.
For drivers who have just moved to North Carolina, all new residents of North Carolina who plan to operate a motor vehicle in this state must obtain a driver license within 60 days of establishing a permanent residence. All new residents are required to take written, road sign recognition and vision tests to convert your license to a North Carolina drivers license. For those whose drivers license has expire more than a year, you will also be required to take a highway knowledge test. DMVCramCourses will help you prepare for these tests!
Our drivers ed online program, based on actual NC DMV test questions and answers, will ensure you are fully prepared for your written exam, in the shortest amount of time possible. Our drivers ed online program uses proprietary technology, which allows you to access our study guides and written practice test from your mobile phone or other mobile device. Please visit our North Carolina Drivers Exam page for more information.
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