Oklahoma Provisional License: A Step-by-Step Guide
Oklahoma uses a graduated licensing program helping teens and new drivers get behind-the-wheel. The program educates drivers through testing while providing ample behind-the-wheel experience before they begin driving by themselves.
Until this point, you may have received your OK driving permit.
In this post, you’ll learn how to upgrade the learner’s permit into a provisional license.
Applying for a Provisional License in Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s GDL program includes a provisional license.
Those in the program typically begin upgrading to a provisional when they turn 16.
You must also pass requirements like:
- Driver’s ed
- Behind-the-wheel experience
- Held a learner’s for at least 6 months
- Have a clean driving record
What are the steps to upgrade an Oklahoma learner’s permit to a provisional license?
- Make an appointment to take your road test
- Show your learner’s permit
- Provide your Affidavit of Driver Training (DPS 300)
- Parent/Guardian present or signed and notarized form
- Show proof of ID
- Pay the fees
- Application fee: $4
- License fee: $38.50
Note: Provide the vehicle’s registration and proof of insurance when taking the road test.
Pass the driving test, complete these steps, and you’ll have your provisional license! Congratulations, you’re one step closer to getting your unrestricted license.
Driving Restrictions with a Provisional License
You are now free to drive on your own between 4:30 AM and 9:00 PM.
Otherwise, a parent or guardian must be present during the off-hours.
You can only have up to 1 non-family passenger during this time.
Get Your Unrestricted Driving License
Those holding a provisional can upgrade to an unrestricted license when they meet the criteria.
- Held their provisional for at least 6 months (free from traffic incidents) with driver’s ed
- Be 18+ and held their learner’s permit for at least 30 days (plus passed all tests/requirements)
- Have a license from another state (or country) and surrender it to the OK DPS
Do you meet these? If so, see our Oklahoma Adult/New Driver License Guide for the full details.