A driver’s license is of great importance in the United States because it is the primary form of identification. It not only allows you to drive a vehicle legally, but it is also used for practically any public or private legal procedure and banking transactions.
Anyone in California, regardless of their immigration status, can apply for a California driver’s license under the AB 60 law.
For more information about the AB 60 driver’s license, please, click here.
To know your rights about the AB 60 driver’s license, please, click here.
To search for the DMV closest to you, request an appointment for your written or driving test, or renew your license, please, click here.
For samples of driver license written tests, please, click here.
For the California Driver Audio Handbook, please, click here.
Instructions for Getting a California Driver’s License
- Visit your nearby DMV office.
- Complete Form DL44 – Driver License or Identification Card Application.
- Show proof of your identity.
- Pay the $33 fee for driver’s license.
- Pass the written permit test.
- Pass the behind-the-wheel test.