What do I do if my examination permit has expired?
I live in NJ, and have been too busy to practice driving and haven't taken my road test yet. My examination permit expired while I wasn't paying attention. The handbook and an email I got back from questioning dmv give me two conflicting solutions. Can I just go to the dmv or the mvc or something to renew it, or do I have to retake the learning test and eye test and all that to get a new one?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
According to the NJ Motor Vehicle Commission website:
GDL permits are valid for two years. All other permits expire 90 days after they are issued.
If yours expires, you need to follow the same steps as you would to get a new permit.
How to renew a student permit after expiration if under 17 years of age
* Contact your driving school instructor
* Pay $10 permit fee
Make sure, when you go to apply for a new license that you have all the required documentation for the 6-point ID verification. You can find out more about the 6-point ID verification at: http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Licenses/6PointID.htm
The requirements to get an examination permit are:
Get an examination permit (not a student permit)
Visit an MVC Agency (may also be distributed by a licensed driving instructor).
* Pass the knowledge test. You can study by reading MVC's Driver Manual
* Pass the vision test
* Pass the 6 Point ID Verification
* Pay fee
* Permits are valid for two years and must be carried when operating a vehicle
* If your permit is lost or stolen, you must request a duplicate permit
You can take a practice DMV exam at: http://www.testquestionsandanswers.comSource(s): http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Licenses/Expired.htm http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Licenses/YoungAdult.htm http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Licenses/6PointID.htm http://www.testquestionsandanswers.com
- Anonymous7 years ago