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The first step in applying for a driver's license online is to consult the relevant state guidelines on DMV.org. Some states don't allow online license applications, but application rules typically depend on the local DM... More »

You can apply for a hardship driving license by contacting your local Department of Motor Vehicles office. Rules for hardship driving licenses vary by state, but they are usually available to people aged 14 or 15 years o... More »

An international driving permit is obtained through the American Automobile Association or National Automobile Club by filling out an application, providing photos, showing a valid U.S. driver's license, and paying a fee... More »

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Each state independently determines the length of time for which a commercial driver's license is valid before requiring a refresher course, according to DMV.org. Traffic violations committed by a CDL holder impact the d... More »

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The DMV.org provides a link to the driver's handbook in each state in the United States. The manual includes the state's application requirements for various types of driver's licenses, an overview of the examination pro... More »