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In most situations, drivers license endorsements are used for granting you additional driving privileges without having you to apply for a different type of drivers license. Most of the Missouri driver's license endorsements apply to commercial drivers licenses and thus won't be useful to those who currently hold a regular class C license. However, there are exceptions to this trend, such as a motorcycle endorsement. A motorcycle endorsement can be added to any regular drivers license.
In some situations, the Department of Revenue may be forced to place a restriction onto your Missouri drivers license. Such restrictions usually specify limitations of your driving skills, due to either a health condition or lack of appropriate training. Teenagers should also be mindful of Missouri intermediate drivers license restrictions that are part of the state graduate license program.
According to the current traffic law, every first time license applicant in Missouri is required to take a drivers license test. You will also need to take a Missouri driving test if your drivers license has been expired for more than 214 days or your license was revoked because you have too many points on your driving record. Teenagers are required to satisfy graduated license requirements prior to scheduling the Missouri drivers test. The road skills exam is administered by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, so if you do not find an answer to your question here, please contact the Highway Patrol or the Department of Revenue, whatever is more convenient to you.