This are the requirements for Skill Road Test. Make sure you read through.
At the minimum age of 15 and nine months, you have scheduled an appointment at the MVA.
You’ve studied the Maryland Driver’s Manual tips to prepare for your knowledge test.
You must bring the proper documents to the MVA on the day of your appointment.
You must have taken and passed the knowledge and vision screening tests and paid the proper fees.
You’ve successfully obtained your learner’s permit.
If you’re under the age of 25, you’ve practiced driving under adult supervision for at least 60 hours, 10 of which are nighttime driving hours. If you’re over the age of 25, you only need 14 practice hours, with three nighttime hours.
Your supervising adult has filled out your practice skills log.
You’ve held your learner’s permit for the correct amount of time: if you’re under 18, you must hold it for nine months; if you’re between the ages of 18 and 24, you must hold it for three months; if you’re age 25 or over, you must hold it for 45 days.
You’ve maintained a clean driving record for at least nine months.
You’ve successfully completed an approved driver’s education program, which consists of 30 classroom instruction hours and six hours of behind-the-wheel.
You’ve reached the minimum age for obtaining a provisional license, which is 16 years and six months.