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The process of applying for a driver’s license in Hawaii is not difficult. You can apply for a driver’s license in person, by mail, or online.

To get your driver’s license in person, you will need to visit your nearest DMV office and go through the following steps:

  • Fill out an application form and submit it with a copy of your Social Security card or proof of lawful presence, two proofs of Hawai’i residence, and proof of name change if necessary.
  • Pass a vision exam (bring your glasses or contact lenses).
  • Pass a written test on traffic signs and safe driving practices.
  • Pay licensing fees.
  • Pass an onsite driving exam by following instructions provided by the examiner in a vehicle with an automatic transmission.

Hawaii is an island state of the United States of America. The country has a total of six major islands, with Hawaii being the fourth largest and most populous. The state is famous for its natural beauty and diversity, as well as its warm climate.

The first thing you need to do is to find out if your car has been registered in any other state or country before. If it has, you will need to get a “Clearance Certificate” from that state or country before registering it in Hawaii. If it hasn’t, then you can register your vehicle at any DMV office in Hawaii.

You will need to present proof of ownership (title), proof of insurance (insurance card), proof of residency (driver’s license) and payment for registration fee ($55). You can