How old do I have to be to take my Pennsylvania learners permit test?
To take the test for your Pennsylvania learners permit, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation ("DOT") requires you to be at least 16 years old.
How old do I have to be to get my Pennsylvania drivers license?
You can get your restricted Pennsylvania junior drivers license at age 16.
You can get your full unrestricted Pennsylvania license from the Pennsylvania DOT as early as 17 ½, so long as you have held a Pennsylvania junior drivers license for one year, had no accidents or driving convictions and completed a drivers education course, such as the onlinedrivers ed course offered by Driver Ed To Go.
What paperwork does the Pennsylvania DOT need before I can learn to drive a car?
The Pennsylvania DOT requires you first to complete form DL-180TD, or DL-180 for drivers over 18. You will then need to get a physical examination and haveyour healthcare provider certify this portion of your Pennsylvania learners permit application. When you submit the application, you will also need to bring with you proof of identity, two documents showing your Pennsylvania residency and your social security card.
What if I don’t pass the Pennsylvania learners permit test?
The Pennsylvania DOT will let you retake your Pennsylvania learners permit exam over if you fail the first time. You can retake the test as many times as necessary, but you will likely only be able to take it once in a day. If you fail, you'll have to come back and take it again the next day.
How many questions are on the Pennsylvania learners permit exam?
There are 18 questions on the Pennsylvania DOT learners permit exam and you will need to get 15 right to pass. Many of the answers to these questions will be given to you in the Driver Ed To Go Pennsylvania online driver education course, and reviewed when you take the Driver Ed To Go final examination.
Does Driver Ed To Go meet Pennsylvania drivers ed requirements?
The Pennsylvania DOT requires you to complete a driver education course to receive a Pennsylvania learners permit or drivers license. Thankfully, Driver Ed To Go has been approved by the Pennsylvania DOT to satisfy these requirements. Just sign up, complete the course and you are on your way to driving in Pennsylvania.
How long will it take to receive my certificate of completion from Driver Ed To Go?
It's your choice. When you register with Driver Ed To Go, you can choose to have your Pennsylvania online drivers education course certificate of completion mailed to you via the postal service or FedEx, which offers 3rd day, 2nd day and overnight delivery.
I have completed the Driver Ed To Go course and obtained my Pennsylvania learners permit. When can I start driving?
You can begin driving (accompanied by a licensed driver of at least 21 years of age) once you’ve submitted all the necessary paperwork to teh Pennsylvania DOT, including your certificate of completion from Driver Ed To Go, and received your Pennsylvania learners permit.
How long do I need to have my Pennsylvania learners permit before I can get my Pennsylvania drivers license?
The Pennsylvania DOT requires a six month waiting period between receiving your learners permit and being eligible to take your Pennsylvania drivers license examination.
Am I required to do behind-the-wheel training to receive a Pennsylvania drivers license?
Pennsylvania DOT does not require you to attend a professional driving school as part of yoru drivers education. However, you will need 50 hours of supervised driving practice in the six months between obtaining your learners permit and being able to take your Pennsylvania drivers license exam.
How many hours of supervised driving do I have to have before I can get my Pennsylvania drivers license?
To get a Pennsylvania drivers license, you need 50 hours of driving accumulated over 6 months. An experienced, licensed driver aged 21 or older must accompany you at all times. A parent or guardian must certify that your six months of skill building included at least 50 hours of practical, adult-supervised driving experience. You will then have to submit a signed form, called a DL-180C, to the Pennsylvania DOT before taking your drivers license exam.
Can my friends ride with me after I get my Pennsylvania learners permit? What about now that I have my Pennsylvania drivers license?
If you have a learners permit, Pennsylvania law requires you to have a 21-year old licensed Pennsylvania driver in your passenger seat. With this supervision, your friends may also join you on your driving excursions.
All Pennsylvania drivers under 18,however, regardless of the type of license they hold, must ensure the number of passengers in their vehicle does not exceed the number of seat belts.
Can I drive alone with my Pennsylvania learners permit or restricted drivers license?
If you hold a Pennsylvania learner's permit, you can only drive while accompanied by a licensed driver at least 21 years old.
If you hold a Pennsylvania restricted license, Pennsylvania law prohibits you from driving between 11pm and 5 am, unless you are driving for employment or volunteer service. Pennsylvania DOT requires that you carry written documentation of your employment of volunteer service if you are driving during restricted hours.
How much does Driver Ed To Go cost?
Driver Ed To Go offers premium online dirvers education courses at rock-bottom prices. To remain a low-cost leader, our Pennsylvania driver education prices can fluctuate from season to season. Check our "Course Options" page to see our up-to-date prices.
Can I get a refund on this class?
Driver Ed To Go offers a 100% money-back guarantee. If you are dissatisfied with our Pennsylvania online drivers education courses, simply contact us prior to requesting shipment of your certificate of completion, and we will gladly refund your money, no questions asked.