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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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anyone please tell me your step by step guide of getting your drivers license in the usa, i want experience not websites to read hehehe thanks for your help in advance, any filipina out there who wants to have friends just pm me.

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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You have to familiarize yourself with the traffic laws of the state you are living in, so find out where your local DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) office is and pick up the driver's license manual. As for the driving part - if you've never driven before, I'd recommend getting your fiance to take you to a big parking lot in the early morning or night, where you can practice. You could also pay to go to a driving school but they tend to be expensive. I personally don't think it's worth the money - just practice on your own - but of course not on the road until you're ready. Enforcement of traffic laws here are quite different than in the Philippines, so again learning the traffic laws is definitely the most important thing you should do first. Good luck. :star:

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Be aware that some states, like here in Utah, require you to take a driving course before you can get a drivers license. We're actually just looking into that for me. Should be starting in the next week or so. But we'll see.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Hello

Go to this site and check to see the rules for your state that your are or will live in

http://www.dmv.org

Some states make you take your passport, birth certificate and all immigration paperwork before they will allow you to even register to take the written test. Also, check with the requirements for your insurance company as well. My husband is considered a new driver and has a two year new drivers fee attached to our policies.

Good luck.

Mary


Everything I respond to is from personal knowledge, research or experience and I am in no means a lawyer or do I claim to be one. Everyone should read, research and be responsible for your own journey.

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Be aware that some states, like here in Utah, require you to take a driving course before you can get a drivers license. We're actually just looking into that for me. Should be starting in the next week or so. But we'll see.

thanks goodluck

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That is gonna be my worry also when I get there,I have/need to learn and familiarize myself to all the traffic laws and road signs...Gary told me that He will give His loooooooooong patience and biiiiigggg help and support for me to learn how to drive USA WAY! :yes: I maybe a slow- learner type of person but I will learn eventually ,that's for sure! lol :whistle:


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