Learners License Test
Teen Driver Education courses or "drivers ed" are available at many high schools and various independent agencies throughout the United States and many states do require completion before you can apply for your Learners License Test.
You can also take your Driver Ed Course online, which I find really convenient so you don’t have to waste your Saturday afternoon couped up in some dingy classroom. The best thing is that if you don’t understand something you can review it anytime; unlike a classroom where you either get it, there and then or you don’t.
After completing the driver ed online course you can apply for your Learners License Test or G1 Learner License Test, but you must attend your state government motor vehicle agency, and also pass a vision test and a test of your knowledge of the rules of the road and traffic signs. Here is an Online Driver Ed Course - I recommend:
By taking a "Ministry-approved beginner driver ed course" in Canada you may qualify for a reduction in the minimum G1 licensing period and also reduce your insurance premiums.........more on Teen Driver Education
Did you know that most people fail their written Learners License Test or DMV exam - first time? This is generally due to a lack of training and study. Your state motor vehicle agencies like the DMV or MTO produce driver handbooks that contain all the applicable road rules and signs and usually provide a driving practice test or Driver Written Test for you to practice.
There are also educational websites that provide Sample Written driving test packages for a fee that are specific to your state and other online training systems that will significantly help you to pass the DMV exam first time. Purchase your DMV test package here;
After passing the tests, a permit or license can be issued permitting you to complete the behind the wheel training; you are then subject to the driving restrictions and conditions imposed by your DMV or state government agency.
Now that you have passed the Learners License Test and received your permit or G1 license you can learn to drive while accompanied by a fully licensed driver; subject to the restrictions and conditions stated. They vary greatly from state to state so you will need to clarify exactly what they are, and adhere to them.
During this time you should prevail upon your parents, guardians, friends etc. to accompany you while learning to drive, in as many different driving conditions as possible, for example; night time, bright & sunny, raining, windy, dense traffic, highway and so on as this will help teach you how your vehicle reacts in differing weather and traffic conditions.
A final word for the parents, whether you are aware or not, your driving behavior is the Single Greatest Influence over your teen’s attitude toward driving. Setting a good example is crucial to teaching your young driver to be a safe and careful driver and it all starts well before they even consider getting behind the wheel.
You see, they have been scrutinizing and analyzing your every driving habit, good or bad for their entire life. Discussing what is necessary and the skill required to be a safe driver, should start well before your teen is about to drive and have a high level of importance placed upon it.
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