Get Your Arkansas Learner’s Permit
This is the 4th permit practice test to help you qualify for Arkansas Learner’s Permit (also known as an Instruction Permit). It has 25 questions and you should aim for a full score (even if 20 correct answers are enough to pass the exam).
Age Requirement for Arkansas Learner’s Permit
Arkansas allows applicants as young as 14 years old to get a Learner’s Permit – but the state doesn’t issue a driver’s license until you turn 16.
To apply for a Learner’s Permit, make sure you have all necessary documents. Then, find your nearest Arkansas State Police (ASP) testing office. You don’t need to make an appointment, but it is recommended you call to verify test schedules before making a long trip.
Arkansas State Police Manages All Testing
Unlike many other states, there is no Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in Arkansas. The State Police handles all testing and issues all Learner’s Permits and Driver’s Licenses.
ASP doesn’t require any driver’s education course, but a course can help you to pass both the theory test and the behind-the-wheel test.
Arkansas Provisional Driver’s License
Once you turn 16 and have held the Learner’s Permit for at least 6 months with NO accidents or traffic violations, you can apply for an Arkansas Provisional Driver’s License.
Study Tips for Your Learner’s Permit Test
Read this on how to build up real knowledge for your Permit Exam: How to Study for the DMV Written Test