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Renew Drivers License in Kentucky

If your driver's license is about to expire, you need to act now. Renewing your license before it's too late can save you a lot of time and money. Our staff has researched the driver's license renewal process for every state, so all the information you need is right here at your fingertips. Click "Get Started" now.

The Driver License Easy Guide™ is an independent value-add to official DMV services, which may be available for free or at an additional charge. To download a guide specific to your needs, simply select a service and state above or find an official DMV site or local office.

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Auto Insurance

Auto insurance is always changing and a driver needs to be kept up to date with their states insurance requirements. Drivers-Licenses.org is the place to not only get the best quote and rates in your area, but we will provide you with all the rules and regulations, which will make you a smarter buyer. Auto insurance in all states is a requirement and failing to carry insurance can result in a fine, suspended license and ultimately jail time. Click here to receive the cheapest rates in your area.

Drivers Education

An educated driver is a safe driver. Drivers-licenses.org has put together everything you need to know about driver education and its specifications. Whether you are a driver just learning, a senior citizen or a bus driver, we have discovered courses and schools to aid in your driver education. Most states require that new drivers finish a specified amount of hours in a drivers ed course prior to obtaining a learners permit or driver's license. Click here to find out what your state requirements are and how you can be on the road in no time at all. Also, drivers education can lower your auto insurance rates. Click here to see if you qualify for the lowest rates in your area.

Drivers Handbooks and Manuals

Driver's Handbooks and Manuals are essential sources for learning how to drive in your state. Each state has its own handbook, which will teach you all the different rules and requirements that apply to you. Topics include: Driver responsibilities, including insurance information, point systems and rules about suspended or reinstated licenses, driving techniques, which include parallel parking, switching lanes and all types of road rules, signals and signs, licensing procedures, including license classifications, test requirements and proper identification.

DMV Office Locations

One of these days all driver's licensing needs and transaction will be automated. Until then, you will likely have to visit your local DMV or drivers license office. At Drivers-Licenses.org, we know how difficult and annoying it can be to wait in lines, make an appointment and even just locate your nearest DMV branch. Each office has different hours of operation and unique ways of making appointments. Click here to find your closest DMV office branch and we will help you through this arduous process.

State Info

Each state has different laws and requirements. If you must renew, replace, change your address or even learn the qualifications for receiving a learner's permit, Drivers-licenses.org is a great resource that will teach you all you need to know. Click here to get state by state information on all your driver?s license needs!

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How old do I have to be to get my driver license? Every state has different age requirements. Some states allow you to get a drivers license as young as 14 (South Dakota) or as old as 17 (New Jersey). Click here for state specific info.
  2. What documents are needed to get my driver's license? Proof of Identiity, like birth certificates, passports, social security cards are usually most accepted. One sometimes might also have to bring an application form. Each state has different requirements on the documents you must show and your local DMV. Click here for more information on your state.
  3. What happens if I fail the driver's license test? You will be able to retake the exam. The amount of time between taking your tests vary depending on your state. Some states allow you take the test the very next day and some states make a potential driver wait up to 30 days. Click here for more info.
  4. What courses do I have to take to get my driver's license?Many states make you take a drivers ed course and some behind-the-wheel training. Click here to see if your state requires you to do so.
  5. What are the requirements one needs to meet in order to get a driver's license? Most states make you take a written, road and vision exam. Each state however has its own laws. Please visit our state info section to see what your state requirements are.

Auto Insurance

Since Puerto Rico is known as a "no-fault territory" state, residents are only required to carry minimal automobile insurance. The insurance that all residents must carry is called Compulsory Liability Insurance, or CLI, and it is basically no-fault auto insurance coverage. It requires Puerto Rico drivers to carry at least $3,000 of liability coverage with their auto insurance providers. In addition drivers in Puerto Rico must obtain medical liability insurance, like Personal Injury Protection as a bodily injury requirement on their Puerto Rico auto insurance policy. Uninsured motorist protection is not required for Puerto Rico automobile insurance, but it is highly recommended.

Drivers Education

While driverís education is not required in order to drive in Puerto Rico, it is always recommended in any state. Puerto Rico driverís education can help a new driver gain the experience and confidence needed to drive on the road with both a restricted and unrestricted license. The majority of driving education will be based on basic driving skills, and introduction to advanced driving skills. In addition, new, young drivers will be urged to learn more about the perils of becoming involved with drugs and/or alcohol and driving under the influence.

Drivers Handbooks and Manuals

Puerto Ricoís drivers handbooks and manuals help new drivers and those trying to work on their skills learn more about how to safely and properly operate a motor vehicle. There are many different types of licenses and various types of roads, traffic signs and rules of the road. It is important to know about driverís handbooks and manuals in Puerto Rico, so that you will be able to navigate the streets of the state according to their specific rules. This will save you lots of time, money and energy.

DTOP and CESCO Office Locations

In Puerto Rico, you will find DTOP and CESCO offices to complete your driverís license needs. You might actually be surprised to find that so many states have varied terms for their automobile department at the state level. Due to this, please keep in mind that when you are trying to apply for a driverís license, car title or Puerto Rico ID card, you will need to utilize your local DTOP or CESCO office depending on the situation.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How old do I have to be to get my driver license?  Although each state has a slightly different process, in Puerto Rico, you must be at least 16 to get a full license. This may take more time, depending upon your situation, and you might need to wait until 18 years of age. Either way, you can drive with a restricted license by the age of 16.
  2. What documents are needed to get my driver's license? In Puerto Rico, there are particular documents you need to get a full driverís license. Most of these documents fit into the "primary" or "secondary" document category. You can view these documents by accessing our Easy Guide.
  3. What happens if I fail the driver's license test? Puerto Rico residents are required to bring an Internal Revenue Seal each time they take the exam. This costs $10. You will need a new one each time you take it, so each time you fail, it will cost more money.
  4. What courses do I have to take to get my driver's license? Although it is recommended, Puerto Rico does not require new drivers to take an education course. You will need to take a basic knowledge test on road signs, basic driving skills and more.
  5. What are the requirements one needs to meet in order to get a driver's license? Puerto Rico keep things pretty simple, but you can find out everything you need to know about obtaining a new Puerto Rico driverís license though our Easy Guide.