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I have a Learner Permit and I got a traffic ticket. Can I take my drive test?
I have a Learner Permit and I got a traffic ticket. Can I take my drive test?
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Written by Kyla Moss
Updated over a week ago

Before you are eligible to take your drive test, you must wait 180 days from the date of court conviction for the last ticket you received.

How to I find the conviction date of my ticket?

For OHP or County citations, search for your citation through Oklahoma State Courts Network or pay online.

For municipal citations, check the website of the city where you received your citation. Not all Towns will have an online lookup and you may need to call the court clerk to receive the conviction information.

Note: Ticket formatting may vary depending on city, county, police officer, or Code Enforcement Officer.

If you have not paid your ticket, refer to the following:

The citation you received will include instructions on how to either pay, enter a plea, or appear in court.

For more information on ticket examples, view the Tulsa Municipal Court ticket example or the Oklahoma Highway Patrol ticket sample.

Note: If a ticket is paid and reported to Service Oklahoma, you must wait 180 days from the date of conviction before you are eligible for a drive test.

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