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GUAM DRIVER’S LICENSING

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ’s)

What should I know about getting a Guam Driver’s License?

You should know the following information about getting a Guam Driver’s License:

  • Driving a motor vehicle on public streets and highways is a privilege granted by the Territory according to the ruling of the courts. It is not a right
  • Before the Territory can issue a permit or driver’s license, you must show that you have the necessary skill
  • The law states that your ability to drive must be tested and proved by an examination given by the Territory
  • A driver’s license is evidence that the Territory has granted you the privilege of driving on the public roadways within its boundaries. It shows that the Territory has judged it safe to grant the driving privilege to you
  • Every driver must be licensed and must carry their valid license with them at all times while driving on Guam
  • If you abuse the privilege, it may be taken away from you by legal means for various periods of time, or revoked permanently under some circumstances
  • Exception: A person employed by or in the service of the United States while operating a vehicle owned or controlled by the United States need not obtain an operator’s or chauffeur’s license

What are the general requirements to get a Guam Driver’s License?

The requirements to get a Guam Driver’s License are:

  • At least 15 ½ years of age
  • Pass the examination
  • Meet the requirements of mental and physical ability

What are Guam’s Driver’s License Requirements for Minors?

For purposes of obtaining a Guam driver’s license, minors are persons under 18 years of age. Applicants under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian appear in person during the initial application process to sign the application form prior to taking the written examination.

What is the Guam Graduated Driver’s Licensing Program?

For First time Driver’s License Applicants (Applicants who have never been licensed to drive anywhere or who have only partially completed the Graduated Driver’s Licensing process in another jurisdiction). The following three stage requirements apply to all new prospective first time drivers licensees:

Stage 1: Learner’s Permit

  • Minimum age is fifteen and half (15 years, 6 months) years.
  • Candidates are required to pass a vision and written knowledge tests. The written test must consist of rules of the road, traffic signs and signals as provided by certified Driver’s Education Schools (See Driver’s Education Requirements below)
  • Permit holders under the age of eighteen (18) must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian who is a fully licensed driver at all times while driving. (In the event the permit holder does not have a parent or guardian who is a fully licensed driver, that parent or guardian may designate, during the application process for a Learner’s Permit, a responsible adult who is a fully licensed driver who is either: Twenty-one (21) years of age or older, or the permit holder’s spouse to accompany the Permit holder while driving)
  • Permit holders eighteen (18) years or over must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is either: Twenty-One (21) years of age or older, or the Permit Holder’s spouse at all times while driving, except for the United States military personnel while on their work duty schedule or their spouses.
  • The permit holder’s parent, guardian, or designee must certify that the permit holder, who is under the age of eighteen (18) years, has completed at least fifty (50) hours of supervised driving, ten (10) hours of which must be during the nighttime hours after 7:00 p.m.
  • Zero Tolerance for Alcohol: Permit Holders must not have a blood alcohol content that exceeds 0.02 at any time while driving. Permit holders must not be at fault in any collision and remain conviction free of all traffic and motor vehicle code violations for six (6) consecutive months to move to Stage 2
  • Law enforcement officers shall report all violations to the Department of Revenue and Taxation within ten (10) working days of the violation. Upon receipt of a report of a violation by the Department, the permit holder who has violated any of the provisions of this Act shall not advance to the next stage of licensure for an additional period of six (6) months

Stage 2: Intermediate License

  • Minimum age is sixteen (16) years
  • Zero tolerance for Alcohol: Intermediate Licensees must not have a blood alcohol content that exceeds 0.02 at any time while driving
  • Intermediate Licensees under the age of eighteen (18) years must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is fully licensed driver at all times while driving between the hours of: 10:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. on weeknights and 12:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. on weekend nights, except while driving to and from work (Driver must show proof of employment)
  • Intermediate licensees eighteen (18) years and over must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is either twenty-one (21) years of age or older, or the permit holder’s spouse at all times while driving between 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. nightly, except while driving to and from work. (The driver must show proof of employment)
  • Licensee must not be at fault in any collision and remain conviction free of all traffic and motor vehicle code violations for twelve (12) consecutive months
  • For Stage 1 and 2, law enforcement officers shall report all violations to the Department of Revenue and Taxation within ten (10) working days of the violation. Upon receipt of the report, the permit holder, who has violated any of the provisions of this Act, shall not advance to the next stage of licensure for an additional period of six (6) months

Stage 3: Full Licensure

  • Minimum age must be seventeen (17) years of age.
  • Must have completed Intermediate Licensing stage or be exempt as a result of possessing a valid driver’s license from any state, territory or possession of the United States or from countries that have been determined to use prudent and acceptable driver’s licensing standards

What are Guam’s Driver’s Education Requirements

  • Applicant is required to complete a certified Driver’s Educational Course consisting of:
  • Forty (40) hours of training: thirty-two (32) classroom hours and eight (8) hours in-automobile or on-road training
  • Training be applicable to all minors (15 years 6 months) and to those adults who are first time driver’s license applicants
  • U.S. Driver’s Educational School
  • Original certification must be presented upon scheduling for a written or road examination

What is the Website for Guam's Motor Vehicle Division?

The Website for Guam's Motor Vehicle Division is: https://www.guamtax.com/about/mvd.html

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