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Get a Drivers License in New Hampshire

A) Gather Required Documents and New Hampshire License Fees

When applying for your full driver’s license, you must submit the following to the New Hampshire New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles:

*You must also provide a driver test vehicle of the proper class for the type of license you are applying for. It must be legally registered and inspected in New Hampshire, and be in good running condition.

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B) Take the Required Drivers License Tests

With your required documents and fees in hand, head to a New Hampshire DMV office with a licensed driver who will drive your test vehicle for you to and from the testing site. Here you will be given:

  • A vision test; if you pass,
  • A multiple-choice knowledge test; if you pass
  • A road test appointment and your road test*

If time permits, you might be able to take your road test the same day as your knowledge and vision tests.

Road Test Retakes

If you fail any part of the driver license test, the state will not administer any remaining portions. Instead, the division will schedule a retest at its convenience.

C) Get Your New Hampshire Class D Operator License

Once you pass all three parts of the driver license test, the state will issue you a digital driver license. You’ll first receive a temporary license valid for 60 days that you can use until your permanent license arrives in the mail.

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