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Online Driver Education Permit Application Process

  • Over 70% of teens who take the DMV written exam fail on their first try! Research studies indicate that this high rate of failure is due to a lack of preparation! With our DMV practice tests, you don't have to let this happen to you. BE PREPARED, STUDY! AND PASS THE FIRST TIME!
  • YourDriversEdOnline.com course provides you with DMV style questions designed to provide you with the knowledge to pass the first time! Remember, knowledge is power!
  • After you have successfully completed our driver education course, you will automatically be eligible to enroll in our DMV PRACTICE EXAM program.
  • You can take the PRACTICE EXAMS as many times as you like!
  • You can also utilize the DMV SAMPLE PRACTICE TESTS to access their practice tests found on our resource page

  • PREPARE FOR SUCCESS AND YOU WILL GET YOUR LEARNERS PERMITFAST!

    How to get started:

  • Read the DMV Handbook at least twice as all questions for the permit test come from the handbook
  • Use one of our many practice questions programs to prepare for the California DMV Permit Test.
  • Categories of the various test questions appear below and can be cross-referenced with the DMV Handbook
  • You can access CA DMV driving manual available online, including California CDL Handbook online or walk into any DMV to pick up a hard copy. These manuals can help you become a good driver.
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    Categories of the various test questions appear below and can be cross-referenced with the DMV Handbook

    1. 1. Occupant Protection
    2. 2. Traffic Controls
    3. 3. Laws and Rules of the Road
    4. 4. Visual Search
    5. 5. Lane Control
    6. 6. Turns
    7. 7. Parking
    8. 8. Safe Driving Practices
    9. 9. Vehicle Positioning
    10. 10. Sharing the Road
    11. 11. Special Driving Situations
    12. 12. Handling Emergencies
    13. 13. Driver Readiness
    14. 14. Alcohol and Drugs
    15. 15. Additional Driving Laws/Rules


    When to Begin the Permit Application Process


    Teenagers who are over 15 years and 6 months, but younger than 18, can begin the process of receiving a Class C driver’s license by applying for the instruction permit. This requires completing our approved driver education/driver training course and then passing the vision and knowledge tests. Once you have successfully passed the permit test you are to arrange for the 6-hour behind-the-wheel drivers training course.

    Upon completion of the behind-the-wheel course, and you are at least 16 years old and have had your permit a minimum of six months you are eligible to test for your driver’s license. If you are 17 years and 6 months old, you can move on to the tests without completing a driver’s education/training program. Passing the permit test enables you to practice driving when accompanied by a licensed driver of at least 18 years of age (if you are under 18, the accompanying driver has to be 25 years or older). Upon passing the DMV Road Test, you will get a provisional drivers’ license. Persons who are older than 18 will earn a regular DL after passing the road exam.

    To gain admission to the CA knowledge test, it is necessary to provide the following documents:

  • proof of your identity, birth date, and residency status;
  • SSN;
  • DL 44 application from; either hard copy or electronic copy returned to the DMV
  • a payment document proving the payment of the application fee
  • a certificate proving your completion of driver education/enrollment in driver program (for persons aged 15 ½-17 ½ years).

  • If the test is failed, minors are allowed to retake it, but only within 7 days of the day the test was failed. Also, according to CA’s official driver’s license information, the fee paid for the application allows retaking the knowledge test 3 times within a year. To pass the test, you need to answer 38 questions out of 46. In addition to a common form, the test is available in various foreign languages, in American Sign Language, as well as in audible or interview-based form. Note that the California Driver Handbook is available in various languages, too.