Ready for your license? We’re here to help.
We are a designated examiner for the Oklahoma Road Test Exam, and we make taking the test simple. Just give us a call, and we’ll schedule a time for you to take the test at our driving school. We provide the car, insurance, and gas, so all you need to do is show up and show us what you’ve learned. You may also use your own vehicle if you feel more comfortable, however, it must be in proper working order (all turn and brake lights must work, as well as the horn) and must have valid liability insurance.
What do I need to take the road test?
To take the test and secure your license, you must first have your Oklahoma permit. If you are under the age of 18, you must have had your permit for at least six months before taking your test. If you are 18+, you must have had your permit for at least 30 days. Our test fee is $40, and you can pay on day of your test. We accept cash, Venmo, Apple Pay, Zelle, and Cash App.
If you are having trouble passing the written test (permit test), then consider registering for the class and we will prepare you for the written/permit test.
Oklahoma Driving Test Scoring
Every road test examiner must score according to state-required criteria. Some of the things we’ll cover include:
- Parallel parking
- Uphill parking
- Downhill parking
- Neighborhood driving
- Changing lanes
- SMOG (signal, mirrors, over the shoulder, go when clear)
This is a 100-point test, and you must receive a 75 or higher to pass. If you’d like a refresh, we offer a 45-minute in-car review for just $40, and you can do the review immediately before your exam.
How it Works
1. Call to Schedule – The driving test only takes about 10 minutes, and we schedule students in 30-minute increments.
2. Take the Test – We’ll start the test at our school on Lee Boulevard, and once you pass, we’ll log your score online so it’s available to the tag agency.
3. Get Your License – To secure your physical license, you will need to make an appointment at the tag agency (we recommend scheduling for the day after your test so you can secure the first slot). You’ll give them your driver’s ed certificate (if applicable) and your social security number. They will have your test score on file, so from there, all you need to do is smile for the camera