DMV Easy Answers
Taking the Road Test at a DMV Office
SERVICE UPDATE: As DMV transitions to a new, online-only appointment system for road tests, DMV will stop taking road test appointments on October 21 and October 23, and will resume October 24 with its new convenient online system. See more information here.
A valid learner permit must be presented at the time of the scheduled road test.
What to do:
What to bring:
Provide a mechanically safe vehicle for the test.
Provide vehicle’s valid registration.
Present vehicle’s Connecticut Insurance card
. The required proof of insurance must be in the same name as on the registration, with the exception of leased vehicles, which may be in the name of the lessee.
Must present the CS1 certificate at the time of testing.
Individuals using an out-of-state registered vehicle must bring proof of the vehicle's insurance (declaration page or insurance policy). Insurance must meet Connecticut requirements
Valid learner permit.
What it will cost:
What to do if you fail the Road Test?
- You will be required to wait a minimum of two weeks (14 days) before you can test again.
- Schedule retest and pay $40 testing fee.
Content Last Modified on 5/9/2017 11:00:43 AM