In forty of the fifty states, the Department of Motor Vehicles administers driver’s licence exams in Spanish. Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming are the ten states that do not participate.
States that administer exams in Spanish typically also distribute educational materials in Spanish. Independent websites offer provide free practise tests and instructional materials in Spanish.
Not all states that offer the test in Spanish have Spanish road signs, therefore drivers must know at least a few English terms pertaining to driving. DMV.org has a list of states having Spanish road signs.