DRIVING PERMIT     (cost $12.00)

21 & OVER

You MUST bring ALL of the following documents. Please be aware that we CANNOT accept anything photocopied or laminated.

*  Birth Certificate (original or certified with a seal)

*  Social Security Card (not laminated)

*  Proof of Warren County address in the form of a piece of mail

   (postmarked within the last 60 days), a deed, lease, utility bill or vehicle 

   registration. Proof must show the name and current address of applicant.


*  Kentucky State Police does written and vision testing Monday through 

   Friday starting at 8:00am and taking their last applicant at 11:45am. 

*  There is no appointment necessary for written/vision testing. 

*  Bring ALL necessary documentation (listed above) to the Driver's License

    Dept., you will be given a test card and sent one door down

    the hall to KSP testing. 


Upon passing your written/vision test, you will bring your test card and documentation back to the Driver's License Dept. where you will be issued a Driving Permit.  The cost is $12. 


If you do not pass, it's okay, KSP will retain your test card and you can come back and retake the test any day of the week during the hours that it is given.  There is no limit to the amount of times you can retake the written/eye exam. 


You will NOT be required to check in at the Driver's License Department upon returning to retest.  Since KSP retained your test card the last time you were here, you may go straight to KSP and take your test.

Persons 21 & over hold a permit for 30 days before being eligible to take the road test to obtain a full license.

Passing your road test qualifies you for a full, unrestricted license.

See Driver Road Test/Full License for more information.

© 2017  Brandi Martin Duvall, Circuit Court Clerk