To obtain a full Tennessee driver license, you’ll need to pay a fee of $28. If you are under the age of 18 and applying for an intermediate restricted license, it will cost $24.50. If you are applying for an intermediate unrestricted license, it will cost $2.
- The first-time fee is $8, which subsequent requests for a duplicate drivers license incur a fee of $12. If you are planning on renewing your drivers license instead of requesting a copy with the same expiration date, then you will need to pay the renewal fees. Last updated on Tuesday, March 3 2020.
- 1 What documents do I need to get a Tennessee driver’s license?
- 2 How much is a real ID in Tennessee?
- 3 How much does it cost to register a car in TN?
- 4 Can you get your license online in Tennessee?
- 5 What does a black star mean on your driver’s license?
- 6 How much is tax and title on a car in Tennessee?
- 7 What is the average cost of car insurance in Tennessee?
- 8 What is required to register a car in Tennessee?
- 9 Do you have to take a written test to get your license in Tennessee?
- 10 How long is a Tennessee driver’s license good for?
What documents do I need to get a Tennessee driver’s license?
What You’ll Need to Get your Tennessee DMV Driver License
- Proof of U.S Citizenship, Lawful Permanent resident status.
- Proof of any name change.
- Two proofs of Tennessee Residency with your name and resident address.
- A Social Security Number or sworn affidavit if no Social Security number has been issued.
How much is a real ID in Tennessee?
A REAL ID costs the same as a standard credential. However, if you wish to obtain a REAL ID outside of your renewal period, there will be a duplicate charge of $8-12.
How much does it cost to register a car in TN?
Vehicle Registration Fee: In Tennessee, the renewal fee for Private Passenger vehicles is $29.00. Motorcycles can be renewed for $17.00. The fees for Commercial or Specialty registration renewals vary by county.
Can you get your license online in Tennessee?
Tennessee residents seeking the renewal or reinstatement of their driver’s license or new drivers seeking a license can now skip the lines and wait times at the DMV with new online services. The state department encourages Tennessee residents to use these online services when possible.
What does a black star mean on your driver’s license?
Newfangled driver’s licenses with stars are REAL ID compliant, meaning that they are more secure than what were previously issued. Beginning October 1, 2020, travelers who present a driver’s license that is not REAL ID compliant will not be permitted to fly.
How much is tax and title on a car in Tennessee?
As reported by CarsDirect, Tennessee state sales tax is 7 percent of a vehicle’s total purchase price. For example, if you buy a car for $20,000, then you’ll pay $1400 in state sales tax.
What is the average cost of car insurance in Tennessee?
The average auto insurance rate in Tennessee is $1,315 annually — 7.9% less than the national average. Your car insurance rates are impacted by factors aside from the state in which you live.
What is required to register a car in Tennessee?
To obtain a vehicle title, bring:
- proof of identification and proof of residency.
- passed emissions certificate (if applicable);
- most current out-of-state registration; and.
- either the name and address of lienholder to whom you are making payments OR, in the event of no lienholder, your out-of-state title.
Do you have to take a written test to get your license in Tennessee?
You must be 15 and must pass the written knowledge exam and vision screening (see below on where to go for that). You can drive only when accompanied by a licensed driver over age 21 (who is riding in the front seat).
How long is a Tennessee driver’s license good for?
As of January 1, 2016, Tennessee licenses for persons over the age of 21 expire every eight years from the date of issuance. The “standard fees” are calculated for an 8 year driver license and include an application fee.