- 1 How do I get my first driver’s license in Illinois?
- 2 How long does it take to get a driver’s license in Illinois?
- 3 What documents do I need to get my license in Illinois?
- 4 Do I have to take a drivers test if I move to Illinois?
- 5 How much does a real ID cost in Illinois?
- 6 Can you drive alone with a permit in Illinois?
- 7 At what age do seniors have to take a driving test in Illinois?
- 8 Can you take drivers ed online in Illinois?
- 9 Do you have to take a written test to get your license in Illinois?
- 10 Can I drive in Illinois with an out of state license?
- 11 Do you need a Social Security card to get a driver’s license in Illinois?
- 12 What counts as proof of residency in Illinois?
- 13 What can you use as a proof of address?
How do I get my first driver’s license in Illinois?
Getting Your First Illinois Driver’s License
- Complete an approved Adult Driver Education 6-hour course.
- Visit a Secretary of State Driver Services facility with First Time Issuance services for Drivers Licenses.
- Show the required identification documentation and have your photo taken.
- Pay the appropriate fees.
How long does it take to get a driver’s license in Illinois?
How long does it take to get the new DL/ID in the mail? Individuals should allow up to 15 business days. The temporary secure paper document is valid for up to 90 days.
What documents do I need to get my license in Illinois?
To receive an Illinois driver’s license/ID card, you must provide acceptable forms of identification to prove your legal name, date of birth, Social Security number, residency and signature.
Do I have to take a drivers test if I move to Illinois?
Do drivers moving to Illinois have to retake the written test again? Yes, when you move to Illinois you’ll need to pass the written test when you transfer your out-of-state license.
How much does a real ID cost in Illinois?
A REAL ID card will cost the same as a driver’s license ($30) or a state ID ($20). -For proof of identity, a passport, a U.S. birth certificate, an employment authorization document, or a permanent resident card will be accepted. -Residents will also need to provide proof of their Social Security number.
Can you drive alone with a permit in Illinois?
Permit Phase Permit holders must practice driving a minimum of 50 hours, including 10 hours at night, while supervised by a licensed parent or other adult, at least 21 years of age. Permit holders may not drive between 10PM and 6AM Sunday through Thursday and may not drive from 11PM and 6AM Friday and Saturday.
At what age do seniors have to take a driving test in Illinois?
Drivers age 75 and older are required to take a driving test to renew their driver’s licenses; therefore they must visit a Driver Services Facility.
Can you take drivers ed online in Illinois?
The Illinois legislature has not yet authorized online drivers education. You can still take the course for an auto insurance discount or for your own educational purposes, but if you are required to take drivers education because of your age, you won’t get any credit for this course at the DMV.
Do you have to take a written test to get your license in Illinois?
All persons age 75 and older must take a driving exam. Everyone must take a written exam every eight years except those having no traffic convictions. If you have an accident recorded on your driving record, you may be required to take the written and/or road exams.
Can I drive in Illinois with an out of state license?
If you have a valid driver’s license from another state or country, you may use it to drive in Illinois throughout your stay (if you do not plan to become a permanent resident of this state). Illinois does not recognize the international driver’s license.
Do you need a Social Security card to get a driver’s license in Illinois?
Can I apply for an Illinois Driver’s License without a SSN? A Social Security Number is not required to obtain a State of Illinois Drivers License. To apply, you will need to visit the Social Security Administration to request a letter stating that you are not eligible for an SSN, this is known as a Form L-676.
What counts as proof of residency in Illinois?
State of IL identification card issued by the Secretary of State. Utility or rent bills in the parent’s name. Residential lease in the parent’s name. Property tax bill.
What can you use as a proof of address?
Proof of Address
- Valid Driver’s License.
- Property Tax Receipt.
- Posted Mail with name of applicant.
- Utility Bill.
- Lease Agreement.
- Insurance Card.
- Voter Registration Card.
- College Enrollment Papers.