What does a Class F license in Missouri mean?
Full Driver License (Class F) — Eligible Age: 18 This is the basic driver license, also called an operator license. You must have a Class F license to operate any motor vehicle (other than one requiring you to have a Class A, B, C, or E license.)
How much does it cost to replace a lost driver’s license in Missouri?
$26 to $32
Replacement Fee Schedule
|Missouri||$26 to $32|
What do I do if I lost my Missouri driver’s license?
Replacing a Lost, Stolen, or Destroyed Missouri Driver License or Nondriver ID. You may apply and pay for a replacement driver license or nondriver ID at any Missouri license office. For more information on replacing the lost, stolen, or destroyed license, visit the Frequently Asked Question page.
How do you get a Class F license in Missouri?
Anyone who wants a Class F driver’s license has to pass a written test and a driving test that covers the general rules of the road. Drivers are eligible for this license at age 16. We teach student drivers how to learn to drive in preparation for the Missouri Class F driver’s license.
Who needs a Class E license in Missouri?
Reasons for applying for a Class E driver’s license include driving for delivery, such as pizza or flowers, driving 14 passengers or fewer, or driving freight or merchandise. Applicants for the Class E driver’s license must be at least 18 years old.
What is a hardship license in Missouri?
A hardship license – also called a limited driving privilege or “LDP” in Missouri – allows someone with a license that has been suspended, revoked, or denied to drive a motor vehicle only for purposes related to work, school, medical care, childcare, or legal obligations.
Can I drive while waiting for a replacement license?
Can I still drive while I’m waiting to receive my replacement licence? Yes, you can drive before you receive your new licence as long as: You have applied for a new one. You have not been disqualified from driving.