FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – The Kentucky State Police have announced there will be two new regional driver testing branch locations for Kentuckians to obtain a state driver permit or driver license later this month, in Elizabethtown and Frankfort.
Residents of these cities and surrounding counties should take note of their new regional location in order to make an appointment prior to arrival.
Effective June 28, the KSP will offer driver testing at the Elizabethtown Regional Testing Office for residents of Breckenridge, Bullitt, Grayson, Hardin, Hart, Larue, Marion, Meade, Nelson and Washington counties. The facility is located at 1055 North Mulberry Court in Elizabethtown.
On that same date, the KSP will offer driver testing services at the Frankfort Regional Testing Office for residents of Anderson, Franklin, Henry, Oldham, Owen, Scott, Shelby and Spencer counties. The facility is located at 200 Mero Street in Frankfort.
Also beginning that date, KSP will offer driver testing services at the Frankfort Regional Testing Office for residents of Anderson, Franklin, Henry, Oldham, Owen, Scott, Shelby and Spencer counties. The facility is located at 200 Mero Street in Frankfort. Appointments are available Monday through Friday and can be made online by visiting KSP’s website.
“KSP will continue to announce new regional driver testing branch locations as are they are established,” said Gov. Andy Beshear. “Operating a vehicle is a tremendous responsibility and should not be taken lightly. The Commonwealth wants all Kentucky drivers to be fully prepared to meet the challenges and prioritize safety for themselves, fellow motorists and passengers. I wish all Kentuckians the best of luck as they start the journey in obtaining a Kentucky driver’s license.”
Prior to the appointment, new drivers should prepare for the exam by accessing the only approved Kentucky driver’s manual online or by viewing it through the official KSP mobile app. All driver testing materials can be viewed and printed free of charge.
Upon completion and passage of a permit, driver’s or commercial driver’s license, applicants will need to make an appointment at any Driver Licensing Regional Office to obtain their official state driving identification.
There are six other regional driver’s license regional testing sites. See the map that accompanies this story for their location.