A. First of all you must meet the eligibility criteria and you have to submit a few things when you submit your application. You must be over 15 and half years of age and below 18. You must get the signatures from your parents or your guardians on your application form DL 44. Now fill in the application form and submit the original DL44 as copies are not accepted. Ensure that you make an appointment if you want faster service. You would be required to provide a thumb print, photograph, Social Security number so the authorities can check with the Social Security Administration. Always provide your name in full and confirm the birth date as well as legal presence. You must then pay an application fee of $25 and submit your forms for driver training or driver education. Additionally, you will also have to pass the vision exam. You will have to pass a test on the traffic signs and laws. There are 46 questions in this test and you will have to clear at least 39 of them to get the pass grade. There are 3 chances that would be given to pass the exam. In case you fail, you will have to wait for another 7 days to reappear for the exam. The course offered by US Drivers Ed will help you prepare for your permit.
A. You should approach the DMV office that is specific to your area. You may obtain your license or permit from there.
A. The driver's license will cost you $25 and after payment of this fee you are entitled to 3 exams of any type, which you can take within a period of one year and this is inclusive of the instruction permit as well as the driver license. However, if you fail to meet all these requirements within a period of one year then the application will become invalid and you have to redo all the steps all over again.
A. In case your license or permit is lost, you will have to pay a fee of $20 at the DMV office and get it replaced.
A. In case your application expires even before you could hold the provisional instruction permit for a period of six months, then you must go back to DMV and put in a new application and restart the whole process. You will have to pay the application fees and also fulfill all the other requirements. Ensure that you take the instruction permit along with you to the DMV. You can gain credit for the time period for which you would have held the instruction permit. You can also receive cumulative credit for your subsequent provisional instruction permit that you will need to meet the 6-month requirement prior to taking the driving test.
A. If you want to know if your state will approve the driver Ed programs that is provided by us, you must click on the particular state about which you are making your enquiries and you can find all the details. You may also contact us and make enquiries and we can explain to you about your state driver Ed requirements.
A. No. Appointments are only made in order to ensure faster service and is not required if you have to take your written exam.
A. No. The license will be sent to you by mail after 60 days from the time of giving your exam.
A. Yes. You will need the signatures of your parents or guardian on your application form DL44 especially if you are below 18 years of age.
A. Since your parents or guardian will be the ones to give their consent when it comes to financial responsibilities. They will obviously also have the rights to have the license taken away from you.
A. If you are below 21 years of age then you cannot purchase any form of alcohol such as wine, beer, or hard liquor as it is illegal. It is also illegal to carry any other alcoholic beverage in your vehicle unless you are accompanied by an adult. If there is a DUI conviction against you, the court may seize your vehicle and hold it up for 6 months or so and you will also be required to pay a storage fee in order to retain it. If it is the first DUI conviction, then you may have to pay a fine and cool your heels in jail as well. Then DMV will revoke your license for a period of one year or until you turn 18, the longer of the two. You also have to provide proof of completion of the educationas part of the licensed DUI program and also pay a DMV fee for reissuing the license. You must also provide proof of insurance. All this is taught as part of the course offered by US Drivers Ed.