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Adult Licensing
Step One:
Order your Learner's Permit
Preparatory Course
(must be 18 years or older)

Learner’s Permit Preparatory Course
Approved for Adult Learning Only
$29.95 Online
State specific - Begin today
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check 6 hours of Online Instruction
check 3 Practice Written Tests
check 8 Premier Driver Ed Videos
check Certificate of Completion
(for Insurance Purposes)
check Full Technical Support

PROVEN techniques for risk-reduced driving.

 Step Two: Obtain Your Learner's Permit

Once the adult student (over age 18) has successfully completed the Virtual Drive Preparatory Course, they may obtain their Learner's Permit. The student must complete a vision screening, as well as, a comprehensive driver knowledge test through their local DMV office.

Step Three: Obtain Your Driver's License


The adult permit holder is now eligible to drive with a licensed adult driver in the passenger seat.  Once the adult student has received adequate training and is comfortable behind-the-wheel, the student can schedule an in-car driving test at their local DMV office and receive their license.

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Teenage Licensing
Step One:
Enroll in a State Approved Driver Education Course

In your state Virtual Drive can only be used as a supplement to a state approved driver education course. We will teach your student important driving techniques often missing in traditional classroom settings. Ensure your student's success!

6 Hour Supplemental Driver Education
$29.95 Online
State specific - Begin today
BUY NOW!

vdrive

check 6 hours of Online Instruction
check 3 Practice Written Tests
check 8 Premier Driver Ed Videos
check Certificate of Completion
(for Insurance Purposes)
check Full Technical Support

PROVEN techniques for risk-reduced driving.

 Step Two: Obtain Your Learner's Permit

Once the student has successfully completed a state approved driver education course and are of eligible driving age, they may obtain their Learner's Permit. The student must complete a vision screening, as well as, a comprehensive driver knowledge test through their local DMV/DPS office.

Step Three: Obtain Your Driver's License


Once receiving their learner’s permit, the student driver is now eligible to receive at least 6 hours of in-car training with a certified driving instructor. See your driver handbook in your Learner’s Permit Preparatory Course for your specific in-car training requirements.
In addition, the student will complete at least 30-50+ hours of supervised driving with their parent or legal guardian while they hold their permit.

Once the student has held their permit for the required amount of time, they are now eligible to get their driver’s license through their local DMV office.

 

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