Driver’s Licensing in the State of Illinois is managed by the Illinois Secretary of State Office with offices and facilities in nearly every city around the state.
Obtaining a driver’s license in the state of Illinois starts with meeting age requirements. In the state of Illinois, there are two types of driving license with restrictions that is obtained before the 18 years of age, and the second one at 18 or older that comes with full privilege of operating vehicles without restrictions.
In both cases, one is required to pass the driving theory test, after which he/she obtains a provisional license, famously known in some states as the learner’s permit. With the learner’s permit holder is then allowed to start learning how to drive including going in public roadway provided he/she with an adult licensed driver in the passenger seat.
The final step is to schedule a driving test with the State Secretary of State Facility near you.. Upon passing the driving test, the individual receives full privilege to individually operate vehicles on public roadways, not only in the State of Illinois but in the whole country.
The Illinois Secretary of State office both administers the tests, issues licenses, but has also availed a public driving handbook that can always be accessible to its website and provided here on edrivingschool.org in the resources section along with other different websites that may be useful for preparing both theory and driving exams.
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