*If you want a full license before you’re 18, you must take an approved drivers ed course.
*Drivers should be at least 16-years-old to obtain a learner’s permit.
*Drivers should be at least 18-years-old to obtain a full driver’s license without drivers ed.
*Drivers must log 65 hours of supervised driving, including 10 hours at night and 5 in poor weather.
*Drivers must drive with their learner’s permit for 6 months at least.
*Drivers can only receive a junior license if you’re under 18 or under specific conditions.
*For the first twelve months, junior licensed drivers may not be on the road from 11p.m. to 5a.m. without supervision.
*For the first twelve months, junior licensed drivers may only carry one non-family member as a passenger at a time.
Step 1: Register for our online PA drivers education course with DriverEdToGo.com.
Step 2: Follow instructions. Complete the course. And receive your completion certificate.
Step 3: Now that you have your Certificate, make an appointment at your local DMV to take your written exam. Our course should have given you all the tools you need to successfully pass.
Step 4: If you do pass the official exam, you’ll receive your Pennsylvania learner’s permit. It’s now time to start logging your behind-the-wheel hours with an approved adult.
Step 5: Drive your 65 required hours, or hopefully more on top of that.
Step 6: Take the DOT road test. Pass that and receive your Pennsylvania junior license!
Step 7: You might be on the road, but you better not forget all that you’ve learned in both your behind-the-wheel training and in our course!