Call, email or visit the website for your state's Department of Motor Vehicles to establish an appointment for your driving test. Some states, such as California and Florida, permit online scheduling of appointments, while some states require you to call or send an appointment request in an email.
Provide the Department of Motor Vehicles in your state with the required information when making your request. This generally includes your complete name, date of birth, telephone number and type of test. The test options include written test, for a learner's permit, and the driving test. The driving test options include the different types of licenses, such as a general motorist license or a commercial driver's license.
Other information that some states request includes your current citizenship status and the county in which you would like to schedule your test. Some states offer you with the option of a sign language interpreter to work with you during your appointment. Florida's website also includes the possibility of requesting other services, such as reinstating a revoked or suspended license, changing the name or address only or requesting a replacement license after having lost one's original. Follow the wizard if you are using the website until you receive confirmation of your appointment.