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To ride the range toward the Grand Tetons and grab some steaks in Jackson Hole, it sure will behoove you to have a license to drive a motor vehicle. Time is ticking by with every blast of Old Faithful, so now is a good time to start learning and practicing for the big test. Our site features DOT practice tests with questions that are identical or very similar to those you’ll face down at the DOT when you take your learner’s permit or driver’s license test. With comprehensive marathon tests, step-by-step instructions and cheat sheets, you’ll step into the testing arena with the confidence of a bull rider. If you’re hoping to get a license to ride a motorcycle or commercial vehicle, we’ve got you covered there too.

Which tests should I take?

In the Cowboy State there is a great deal of open plain to traverse. If you want to get paid to drive the range, hauling the meats that people love to Cheyenne or Jackson Hole, you’ll need a Wyoming commercial driver’s license (CDL). You can obtain the license for $50 with an added $80 fee for the skills test, but you’ll also need to pass some relatively extensive written exams. Class A is 70 questions, with 50 for Classes B and C. While the information is generally pretty clear for those who have a regular license there are tricky parts to these exams. It helps a great deal to sit down and rigorously prepare with our practice tests and questions. We also have resources to help you pass the written and skill portions for endorsements like passenger and school busses, doubles/triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal.

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Wyoming Driver’s License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my WY Driver’s License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How old should I be before applying for a Wyoming driver’s license?

    In the state of Wyoming, you may apply for a hardship learner’s permit as early as 14 years old. You may apply for a regular learner’s permit at age 15.
  • What documents should I have when I apply for my Wyoming driver’s license?

    When you apply for your Wyoming driver’s license, you should have the following:
    • Proof of ID such as a State issued Birth Certificate or US Passport
    • Proof of Social Security Number
    • Two Proofs of Residency
  • Where do I go to apply for my Wyoming license?

    Go to your Wyoming DOT office to take your permit test.
  • How may I contact a Wyoming DOT office?

    You may contact the DOT with any questions or concerns at 307-777-4800 or you can check them out online.
  • Who needs to bring me for my written test in Wyoming?

    Your parent must bring you if you are younger than 18.
  • Do I need to take a physical in order to get a learner’s permit in Wyoming?

    No. A physical isn’t required in order to get a Wyoming learner’s permit.
  • Are vision tests required before getting a Wyoming driver’s license?

    Yes. You must pass a vision test before getting a license in Wyoming.
  • Where should I go for my Wyoming driver’s license photo?

    You will have your picture taken at the Wyoming DOT office when you get your permit.
  • What’s the next step after I apply for my Wyoming driver’s license?

    Once you’ve passed your knowledge test, you will be issued your learner’s permit. The next step afterwards will be based on your age.
    • Age 17 or older: You may apply for your license right away.
    • Age 16 or under:
      1. You must hold your license for at least 10 days before being eligible for your next license.
      2. You must get at least 50 hours of behind the wheel training. After that you will receive your intermediate permit.
      3. You must keep the intermediate permit for at least 6 months or until age 17. During this time you must complete a driver’s education course before you can be issued your full license.
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Here’s What Other Learners from WY are Saying:

"This website is perfect! I studied really hard thanks to this site I passed the knowledge test! It is important that you take all of the test they provide, it really helps!"

Smith K., Cheyenne, WY

"I just had to include myself on this AMAZING site! The only reason I passed my learner's permit test is because I did all of the tests this place had to offer. I did them over and over again and it helped put all of the rules/regulations into place. Reading the manual is NOT enough. The test is not hard. I studied the manual, did the tests, for about 2 weeks in between work and travelling. I'm an older beginner driver! Anyway-THANKS so much. If I can do it-anyone can."

Beth S., Casper, WY
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General Knowledge
Hazardous Materials (HazMat)
School Bus
Passenger Vehicles
Air Brakes
Combination Vehicles
Double/Triple Trailers
Tanker Vehicles
Pre-Trip Inspection