Arizona to allow online written testing for driver’s license
PHOENIX (AP) — The state Motor Vehicle Division plans to offer online testing for teenagers seeking a driver instruction permit but would-be drivers will still be required to pass a road skills test before getting a driver’s license.
The Department of Transportation’s announcement Wednesday says a parent or guardian would have to sign up their teen and proctor the test-taking.
According to the department, a parent or guardian will be able to set up an online account for a teen through ServiceArizona.com beginning Monday.
The department says applying for online testing requires the same $7 fee applicable to office visits and that teens will have hree attempts to pass the test within 12 months.