Learner's Permits for driver's in New Hampshire
How to get a learner's permit in New Hampshire
How to become a licensed driver in New Hampshire:
- You must be at least 16 and this must be the first time you have been licensed in the state of New Hampshire.
- If you are a new resident of New Hampshire you can technically have a driver's license out side of the state of New Hampshire but it has to have been expired by at least six months.
If you want to practice your driving you need to be at least 15 years and 6 months of age and be accompanied by an adult aged 25 years or more. That person needs to sit by your side at all times.
Steps you must take to apply for a learner's permit in New Hampshire:
- Download a copy of the New Hampshire Driver's Manual.
- If you are under 18 years of age, you must obtain a parental authorization form.Make sure your guardian or parents have successfully completed the form and signed it.
Bring your application with you to the DMV office along with:
- The completed Form DSMV 450.
- Appropriate identification that proves New Hampshire residency.
- If under 18, must provide proof that you have completed a driver's education class./li>
- Your Social Security card.
- Cash, credit card or check payable to NH DMV .
You must take a written test and an eye exam when you go to get your Learner's permit.If you pass these tests, you will be issued a youth operator license which is valid till your 21st birthday.
At Drivers-Licenses.org, we've done all the research on driver's education for you. Check out the links below to find everything you need to know about driver's education training and requirements.