STATE APPROVED PENNSYLVANIA DRIVER’S ED
This course is required for any teen who wants to get their learner’s permit.
PREPARE FOR YOUR LEARNER’S PERMIT EXAM.
Test your knowledge and get familiar with the kinds of questions that you’ll be tested on for your Learner’s Permit Exam.
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Whether you need driver’s ed to meet the teen driving requirements or you want to take it so that you have a better understanding of the state’s road rules, you’re in good hands!
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You must complete this 30 hour course if you want to be able to upgrade your Junior Driver’s License into a Senior Driver’s License (ie. a regular, non-commercial driver’s license.)
Yes, this Pennsylvania drivers ed course is required for teens 15-17 years old who are applying to get a senior license before they turn 18.
You must be at least 15 years old to take this course.
The course is 30 hours long.
You will get a downloadable certificate upon completing the course.
You will need to:
The State of Pennsylvania requires that you complete 65 hours of adult-supervised driving skill building. At least 10 of these hours must be done at night, and at least 5 of these hours must be done in bad weather.
You will need to take your vision test and the Knowledge Exam at the PennDOT Driver License Center. Once passed, you will be issued your Initial Learner’s Permit.
Once you pass the Knowledge Exam and the eye tests at the Driver’s License Center, you will be issued a Junior Driver’s License (ie. your learner’s permit).
Make sure you pass the Knowledge Exam! You can take the practice tests as many times as you need so that you are prepared and ready to pass your written exam to get your permit on the first try! The tests are based on the Pennsylvania Driver’s Handbook, which is the information you’ll be tested on.
This is the best way to make sure that you pass your driver’s written test on the first try!