We know you’re eager and excited to get your Driver’s License and take to the open road. And we’re certainly thrilled to help you get there, but first there are a few simple steps and requirements you’ll need to complete, before you’re able to get behind-the-wheel.
Yes, our course includes the Official DPS Road Rules & Road Signs (Permit) test at no additional cost. Once ready, students are able to take their Permit test online and directly through our website.
Yes, our course also includes FREE Practice Permit Prep Tests to help ours students prepare for the Official DPS Road Rules & Road Signs Test, which we offer through our site for FREE.
Once you begin our course, you’ll be able to take your permit test after successfully completing Module 1. Please note that a student MUST be at least fifteen (15) years of age and enrolled in the “Concurrent Method of Instruction” to qualify for the Permit test after successfully completing Module 1.
Per state rule, students who enroll in a Driver Education course at age fourteen (14) must complete all classroom instruction (Modules 1-12) to qualify for the Permit test.
If you are unable to complete the twelve (12) modules by your 15th birthday, no worries send us an email and we can switch you to the “Concurrent” method, after you turn 15 years of age, to allow you to take your Permit Test after completing Module 1.
The student and their instructor must appear, in person, at their local DPS office to submit all of the necessary documents and fees required to obtain a learner’s permit from DPS.
Please Note that the student MUST be at least fifteen (15) years of age to apply for a Permit.
Prior to visiting the DPS licensing office to apply for a “Learner’s Permit” we recommend referring to the “Resources” tab in the Student Dashboard and printing forms DL-67 (Checklist) & DL14b (Application) to help with this process. We also recommend referring to the “DPS Requirements” link located in the student dashboard, “Help” tab.
You may begin the “Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car)” instruction with your approved parent/instructor after receiving your Learner License (Permit) from DPS.
Note that a student-driver MUST always carry their Learner License (Permit) when driving, may NOT drive alone and must always be accompanied by a “Licensed” driver who: