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- How Many Questions are on the Idaho Permit Test?
- What is the Passing Grade for the Idaho Permit Test?
- How Old Do I Have to Be to Get a Permit in Idaho?
- How Long Do I Have to Wait Before I Can Get a License in Idaho?
- What is the Minimum Supervised Driving Time Before I Can Get a License in Idaho?
- How Old Do I Have to Be to Get a Driver's License in Idaho?
- What Restrictions Will Be on My Driver's License in Idaho?
- Is there anything else I need to know about getting my license in Idaho?
Idaho DMV Resources
Idaho DMV Drivers Test Information
There are a total of 40 questions on the Idaho permit test.
For the ID written test, you must answer at least 85% of the questions correctly, which comes out to a total of 34 questions
You may apply for a permit in Idaho when you are at least 14 years and 6 months old.
You can get your license in Idaho when you have waited at least 6 months after you received your permit.
You can get your license in Idaho when you have had the following supervised driving time: 50 hours, 10 of which must be at night .
The minimum age for a driver's license in Idaho is: 15
In Idaho you will have the following restrictions on your driver's license - Nighttime Restrictions: sunset to sunrise and Passenger Restrictions: licensees 16 and younger can have no more than 1 passenger younger than 17. The Nighttime restrictions will be in place until you reach the age of: until age 16 (min. age: 16) . The Passenger Restrictions will be in place until you reach the age of: 6 months or age 17 (min. age: 15, 6 mos.)
In Idaho, license applicants younger than 17 must have completed driver education. There are three classes of learner's permits — a training instruction permit for people 14, 6 months taking driver education; a supervised instruction permit for practice driving with a nonprofessional supervisor; and an instruction permit for people younger than 17 who have completed driver education and supervised driving or for people 17 and older without either driver education or supervised driving.