Oregon Permit Test
Getting your Oregon teen driver permit with the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services is easy. Make sure to take the permit practice test to help you get ready for your trip to the DMV.
As a licensed driver in Oregon, you may drive your vehicle out on public roads, take your friends around town and even head off on your own adventures. However teens must first earn an instructional permit by passing the written permit test.
With this permit, teens may drive supervised to work toward earning the required practice driving hours. A driver education course is a good idea, otherwise the required practice hours are double.
Drivers must hold the permit for at least 6 months, and be 16 to earn a regular license after passing the driving road test, but they will initially be restricted on the number of passengers and late night driving.
Parents of teens should plan on being involved with their son or daughters process of learning to drive every step of the way. They can start by reading the official Oregon Parent Guide to Teen Driving. http://www.odot.state.or.us/forms/dmv/7190.pdf#parent_teen