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Online Defensive Driving Texas

Get Your Florida Online Drug and Alcohol Course + Permit Test

The first step in getting your license is taking the 4-Hour Online Drug and Alcohol course.

  • No driving back and forth to class
  • No taking notes to study from
  • No books to lug around and read
  • No appointments or long lines at the DHSMV for your written exam
  • No pressure of taking the exam in a busy, noisy place
  • FREE 50-Question Permit Practice Test program simply for signing up with us

Each chapter is lesson-specific, so it's easy to remember. And if you don't pass the quizzes or exam on the first try, you can just take the exam over and over again until you do!

Handle Your Permit Test

To qualify for the Online Permit Test, you must have completed your Drug and Alcohol course through www.digitaldriving.com.

  • Take it online
  • Order directly from your computer
  • Easy, convenient, and secure

We grade your permit test right in our corporate headquarters, which means you get your results fast!

How It Works
  • Fill out your information
  • Select your delivery option
  • Make your payment
  • Receive your results

We make it easy to complete your course and get the results of your permit test! You will need to provide some personal information, like the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number, so make sure you have that information handy. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our friendly team of Customer Support representatives—they're available 24/7 by phone and e-mail.

Forget About the Hassles of the DHSMV...

Order your online Drug and Alcohol course Florida teens are required to take, along with your permit test now! We make everything quick and easy. And, you'll get it fast!

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Step 1 - Pass Our First-Time Driver’s Ed Course

Your path to earning your learner’s permit starts here. Our simple 4-Hour course makes Driver’s Ed easy and fun.

STEP 2 - Apply for Your Learner's License

(You must be at least 15 years old.)

To get your driver’s permit, you must provide:
  • One primary form of identification such as:
    • - Certified United States birth certificate issued by a government agency. Hospital birth certificates cannot be accepted.
    • - Valid United States passport
    • - Certificate of Naturalization
  • Proof of date of birth
  • One Secondary Form of Identification which may include:
    • - School record stating date of birth, which must contain the registrar's signature
    • - Baptism certificate, which shows date of birth and the place of baptism
    • - Family Bible record or birth announcement in a baby book
    • - An insurance policy on the customer's life which has been in force for at least two years and has the month, day and year of birth
  • Proof of Social Security Number which may include:
    • - Social Security card
    • - Tax return
    • - W-2 form
    • - Paycheck
    • - School record
  • Proof of residential address
  • Proof that you have taken and passed a Florida TLSAE course, or a license from any state/county
  • A Parental Consent Form, which should either be signed by a parent in the presence of a driver's license examiner OR notarized if the parent/guardian will not be present (this form can be found here)
  • If you are an unmarried minor (under the age of 18), at least one parent/legal guardian is required to sign your license application. Step-parents are not allowed to sign unless they have legally adopted you.
The following tests are required:
  • A written exam, which is made up of two multiple-choice sections: Road Rules (traffic laws) and Road Signs. Each section consists of 20 questions, and you must get a minimum of 15 correct answers on each section in order to pass.
  • A vision test with an eye machine. You must have 20/40 (or better) vision in each eye, and both eyes together, with or without corrective lenses in order to pass.
  • A hearing test
Conditions for driving with a learner's license:
  • For the first 3 months: you may only drive during daylight hours
  • After the first 3 months: you may only drive until 10 p.m.
  • At all times: a licensed driver who is 21 years of age or older must accompany you in the front passenger seat as you drive

STEP 3 - Do Your Parent-Supervised In-Car Training
  • The law requires a parent/guardian to certify that your teen has spent:
    • -A minimum of 50 hours behind the wheel to qualify for getting a first-time driver’s license
    • - Ten of those hours must be at night.
    • - A responsible licensed adult over 21 years of age must always occupy the front passenger seat closest to the driver.

  • Download our PARENT-TEEN DRIVING SKILLS GUIDE to get your skills mastery checklist, driving log and driving certification form. You will either need to have the driving certification form notarized or signed and witnessed by an examiner at the DHSMV.
STEP 4 - Get Your Intermediate Driver's License
  • Minimum requirements:
    • - Be at least 16 years of age
    • - Must have been in possession of a learner's license for at least one year with a clean driving record
  • Documents you must provide:
    • - Either a Florida learner's license, or a valid license from another jurisdiction
    • - Certification from a parent/guardian that you have practiced a minimum of 50 hours of behind-the-wheel driving, with 10 of those hours occurring at night
  • The next step is to take a driving test where you will be asked to perform specific maneuvers
  • Conditions for driving with an intermediate license:
    • - For 16-year-olds: you may only drive between the hours of 6 a.m. and 11 p.m., unless you are traveling to or from work, or have a licensed driver over the age of 21 sitting in the car's front passenger seat
    • - For 17-year-olds: the same rules apply, but the hours during which you may drive are 5 a.m. and 1 a.m.



Online Florida Drug &
Alcohol Course
Taking Your Florida Permit Test Online is a Breeze

To get your Florida driver's license, successfully passing your permit test is important. So, get your Florida permit exam online and move confidently toward your destiny behind the wheel! Remember, once you’ve completed the Online Drug and Alcohol Course, taking your permit test is as easy as 1-2-3! Got questions? Well, we’ve got answers!

Am I Really Allowed To Take the Permit Test Online?

Since our online version of the Florida permit test is approved by the DHSMV, you can take it from the comfort of your home!

What Are the Age Requirements?

As long as you’re 15 years old, you can order the online Florida permit test and take it at your convenience.

What Information Do I Need to Provide Before I Can Take My Test?

Before you take the online Florida permit test you must provide your:

  • Full, legal name
  • Birth date
  • Social Security Number

You will also need the signature of a parent/guardian on an affidavit that proves you have completed the permit test online.

How Many Questions Are On the Test?

You get a total of 40 questions that are divided into two 20-question exams:

  • Road rules, and
  • Road signs
What Is the Format Of the Exam?

The format is multiple choice.

How Do You Come Up With the Questions?

All questions on the exam questions are pulled from the course material. So, if you've taken the course, everything is in place for you to pass the permit test!

What Are the Next Steps After I Pass?

Once you pass the Florida online permit test, you can start practicing your driving skills as long as you have adult supervision with you at all times. Remember, you must complete 50 hours of total driving time, with 10 hours taking place at night.

Your parent or guardian must also sign a form that verifies you have fulfilled the required hours. And, you must wait a full year to pass before you can work toward your driver’s license. This effort is in place because it helps you work on your driving skills so you’re that much safer when you’re behind the wheel all by yourself.

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