What Happens If Your Learner's Permit Expires?

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When your learner's permit expires, you may apply for a new one. (Photo: Jupiterimages/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

A learner's permit is a temporary and restrictive driver's license issued to young, beginning drivers. After a certain period has passed or you reach a specified age, you may apply for a driver's license. However, if a learner's permit expires before you are eligible to apply for a driver's license, it is generally necessary for you to reapply for a permit.

If your learner's permit expires and you would like to obtain a new one, you must go to your local drivers' licensing office and request a new permit. (Photo: katsgraphicslv/iStock/Getty Images)

New Application

If your learner's permit expires and you would like to obtain a new one, you must go to your local drivers' licensing office and request a new permit. This may require presenting all of the identification documents that you had to show in order to obtain your original learner's permit. You may also need to bring your parents with you to give permission for you to get a new permit.

You may have to retake any written or vision examinations. (Photo: Fuse/Fuse/Getty Images)

Testing

Depending on your state's driving laws and how long your permit has been expired, you may have to retake any written or vision examinations that you took in order to get your original learner's permit.

You may have to pay a fee. (Photo: Jupiterimages/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

Fees

You may have to pay a fee in order to get your new permit or renew your old one.

Each state has its own procedures and requirements. (Photo: Jupiterimages/Pixland/Getty Images)

Consideration

As each state has its own laws regarding driver's licenses, each state has its own procedures and requirements that you must follow in order to renew an expired learner's permit.

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