"How Do I Obtain My Driver License?" Read Below To Find Out!
Here Is Detailed Timeline Of What To Expect From Start To Finish
For Students under 18:
Step 1: Take a California Licensed and Approved Online Driver Education Course. We offer ours for $49.
Step 2: Congratulations! You have just passed your final exam! We will mail you your certificate along with important paperwork to your address on file. Please read through this information carefully to allow your DMV experience to go as smooth as possible.
**IMPORTANT** Do not lose your certificate or paperwork. We charge a fee for duplicates.
If you would like more practice before your Permit Test, here are free official resources offered by the state of California. We also offer a $14.99 Prep exam which include over 400 permit questions used in past tests. Here are the free resources listed below in PDF Form ↓
Step 3: Now that you have your certificate, it's time to fill out your DMV application online! Make sure you refer to the information we sent you to help you along with this process.
Step 4: Here's another congratulations! You now have your permit issued from the DMV. The next step is to schedule your Behind The Wheel Driver Training with us to validate your permit. You must hold your permit for 6 months and have (3) 2 Hour Lessons in order to take your BTW Test at the DMV. Tap the button below to call our office to get scheduled!
WE CHARGE A CANCELLATION FEE OF $50 FOR NO SHOW OR LESS THAN 24 HOURS NOTICE.
Step 5: It has now been 6 months, and you have your certificate for your completed lessons. It's now time to schedule your Behind The Wheel Test at the DMV. Log back into your DMV account to do this.
For Students over 18:
Step 1: Read the California Handbook in order to learn the laws of the road and better prepare for the test. Click the links below to open the PDF files ↓
Step 2: You now have your permit! Behind The Wheel lessons are optional in California for students over 18, but we do offer 90 Minute lessons for $130 per lesson if you choose to do so.
Step 3: After obtaining your permit, you may schedule your Behind the Wheel Test at any time to take your test at the DMV.
We hope this information helps you understand the current process to get a driver license in California.
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