You must be at least 18 years of age to apply for an NC driver’s license. You must be at least 15 years old to obtain an NC Limited Learner Permit or Provisional License.

Ages 14.5 to 17 are required by State Law. 18 or older just needs to have a Learners Permit.

If you would like a full unrestricted license at 17, you must take a Driver Education program.

The road test appointment 10-15 minutes

Teens at least 15 years old who have received a Driving Eligibility Certificate and a Driver’s Education Certificate from an approved driver education course can apply at an NCDMV driver license office for a North Carolina graduated license.

( Yes ) You must have held a Limited Provisional License for six months.

Individuals at least 18 must first apply for a Learners Permit. Teens 14.5 to 17 must apply for a Limited Learners Permit as part of a graduated Licensing process.

To operate a passenger vehicle, the Driver needs a Regular Class C license.

Class A is a commercial license required for any combination of vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more.

Class B is a CDL License required for driving a single vehicle with a GVWR of more than 26,001 or a vehicle designed to transport 24 people or more.

Ages 14.5 to 17 are required by State Law. 18 or older just needs to have a Learners Permit.

( Yes ) You must hold a Learners Permit.

It varies from individual to individual because people learn at different rates of speed and time. By Law Ages 14.5. to 17 are required to complete 6hrs. Behind The Wheel.

( Yes ) To practice Behind The Wheel or do your Road Test, you must hold a Permit

Yes, You can use our vehicle for the road test. However  you must have your own Non-owners car insurance policy. The DMV requires it.