These days, keeping everything in order is a little harder than it used to be. So, we've provided you with a helpful checklist of the necessary forms that we hope eases your mind just a bit.
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU
You must apply for your license in person at a Driver Testing Facility operated by
the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (See Appendix for locations.)
Use this checklist for items to bring with you:
1. Your full legal name will be used on your license.
A name change resulting
from marriage must appear on the driver license or identification card in one of the following
n (First name) (middle name or initial) (surname of spouse)
n (First name) (former surname or initial) (surname of spouse)
n (First name) (middle name or initial) (surname-surname of spouse)
2. Bring proper identification. Notarized documents or photocopies are not
acceptable. You are required to present primary identification. For your primary
ID, you must show an original or certified document such as:
- Certified birth certificate, issued by state (shall include certificate number)
- U.S. passport
- State of Oklahoma identification card, issued by Department of Public Safety after November 1, 2007 1-1
- Oklahoma driver license issued after November 1, 2007
- Citizenship naturalization documents
- Alien registration card
- I-94 card, which must be accompanied by the applicant's passport
- CBA-Citizen Born Abroad
For secondary ID, you must show any of the following:
- Any primary proof of identification
- Out of state driver license
- Oklahoma driver license issued prior to November 1, 2007
- Oklahoma identification card issued prior to November 1, 2007
- For any person under the age of 18, an affidavit signed by the parent or legal guardian
- Photo identification card that is issued
by an Oklahoma:
- Public, private or parochial secondary school
- Institution of higher learning
- Vocational-technical school
- Oklahoma gun permit
- Pilot license
- Oklahoma voter registration card
- Social security card
- Health insurance card
- Motor vehicle registration or title
- Marriage license
- Separation or divorce judgment
- High school, career technology, college or university degree
- Professional degree, certificate or license
- Deed or title to property in Oklahoma, including a burial plot deed
- Health, life, or home insurance policy issued to the applicant
- Automobile insurance policy or security verification form issued to the applicant
- Oklahoma lifetime hunting or fishing license
- Medical examiner certificate (DOT physical card)
- Oklahoma Tax Commission Agriculture Exempt permit
- Medical/Medicaid card or medical eligibility card
- Military identification card
- Military dependent identification card
- Military discharge (DD-214) unless specified not to be used for identification
- Digital photograph comparison, if a Department-generated digital photograph is already on file with the Department
- United States Bureau of Indian Affairs identification card
- Oklahoma tribal photo identification
card from the following tribes:
- Kiowa of Oklahoma
- Comanche of Oklahoma
- Absentee Shawnee
- Department of Corrections Consolidated Records card
3. Bring valid proof of auto liability insurance if you’re taking the driving test.
4. If you have health or physical conditions that might impair your driving
ability, you may be required to have a doctor’s statement about your condition.
5. Provide your Social Security Number. This number will not appear on
6. If you are under 18 years of age, you must also bring one of the following:
- Proof of current enrollment in a secondary or vocational-technical school, on a form provided by your school, or
- Proof of an excused absence, as defined in State Statutes Title 47 Sect. 6-107.3 on a form provided by your school, or
- Proof of enrollment and satisfactory progress in a program leading to a Certificate of High School Equivalency (General Equivalency Diploma: GED), on a form provided by the Department of Public Safety, or
- Proof that you have completed a GED, or
- Proof of home schooling, on a form provided by the Department of Public Safety, or
- Proof of employment, if you are working a minimum of 24 hours a week. The form may be obtained from the Department of Public Safety and must be signed by your employer and notarized, or
- Your high school diploma showing proof that you have graduated from high school.
7. If you are under 18 years of age, you must also bring:
- Documentation from your school showing you have successfully passed the criterion-referenced reading test required for all eighth grade students or an alternative reading proficiency test approved by the State Department of Education pursuant to State Statutes Title 47 Section 3 [Section 1210.515 of Title 70] demonstrating reading proficiency at the eighth grade reading level, unless such student is excused from such requirement pursuant to the provisions of State Statutes Title 47 Section 3.[ibid.].
8. Bring driver's education completion certificate (i.e., green card from driver's ed) or a certificate of completion of driver's education from a commercial school or a parent-taught driver's education course approved by the Department of Public Safety. If proof of driver's education completion is not presented, additional restrictions may be imposed.
Steps You Need To Take
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Forms You'll Need
Before you head out to apply for your license, make sure you're prepared. In this section, you'll find a list of the forms and documents you will probably need.