Here are some of the licensing requirements for out-of-state minors who hold the intermediate and full privilege license.
- The minor should be 16 years old
- The minor needs to have an instruction permit or an intermediate license for 1 year in their previous state, which was before the application for the Iowa license
- The minor needs to complete the approved driver education course. Minors who have finished their driving education from a school that is out-of-state can qualify to acquire the certificate of completion from a school in Iowa. Students who choose this option will have to contact the Iowa school for further consideration about the issuance of the Iowa certificate, which is based on the driving education completed from out-of-state. The driving education out-of-state programs will have to meet the requirements of Iowa.
- The driving record of the minor will have to be completely free of moving violations and contributive accidents for at least 6 months.
- They should have written consent and approval from their parents or guardians.
- The minors should meet the necessary adult supervision driving time (20 hours, out of which 2 hours must be completed between sunset and sunrise).
Full Privilege License
- The minor should be at least 17 years old
- The minor should have the full privilege license or an intermediate license in their previous state, which was before they applied for the Iowa license.
- The minor should have completed the standard approved driving education course.v
- The driving record of the minor should be completely free of moving violations and contributive accidents for 1 year before they apply for their Iowa license.
- They should have written approval and consent from their parent or guardian
- The minor should have completed all the necessary requirements for the adult supervision driving time restrictions (10 hours, out of which 2 hours must be completed between sunset and sunrise).