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Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be to take my Hawaii instruction permit exam?
You must be 15 1/2 years old to obtain a Hawaii driving instruction permit.
Who is allowed to take Driver Ed To Go Hawaii online drivers education?
The Driver Ed To Go Hawaii online drivers education course is primarily an educational tool designed to supplement your driver education experience.  If you would like to see if our online drivers education course can meet Hawaii Department of Transportation ("DOT") drivers ed requirements, please contact the Hawaii DOT.
What paperwork do I need before I can learn to drive a car?
Hawaii DOT requires you to provide your birth certificate, your social security card and signed parental approval when you apply for your Hawaii instruction permit. 
What if I don't pass my Hawaii instruction permit test? Can I retake it?
The Hawaii DOT will let you retake the Hawaii instruction permit test until you pass, but you will have to wait a day to retake it if you fail.  Driver Ed To Go's Hawaii online drivers education course is designed to help make sure you pass the test the first time, hassle free.
How many questions are on the final exam at the end of the Driver Ed To Go Hawaii online drivers education course?
The Hawaii Driver Ed To Go online drivers ed course has a final exam at the end, consisting of 35 questions.  You need an 80% to pass.
Does your course meet all Hawaii DOT requirements?
The Driver Ed To Go Hawaii online driver education course is primarily an educational supplement.  If you would like to see if it can meet additional Hawaii requirements, you should contact your local Hawaii DOT office.
How long until I receive my Hawaii online driver ed certificate of completion from Driver Ed To Go?
Your Hawaii online driver education certificate of completion can be delivered by USPS normal ground delivery, or you can choose to have your certificate sent by Fed Ex 3rd, day, 2nd day or overnight delivery.  The choice is yours when you sign up for Driver Ed To Go.
I have my Hawaii instruction permit. Can I start driving now?
You can begin driving, so long as you are accompanied by a licensed driver of at least 21 years of age, as soon as you’ve received your Hawaii learners permit.
How long do I need to have my instruction permit before I can get my Hawaii drivers license?
You must hold your instruction permit for 90 days before you can get your Hawaii driver's license.  Use those three months to work on the safe driving skills you learn through Driver Ed To Go, and you can expect to pass your drivers license examinations with flying colors!
Does the Hawaii DOT require behind-the-wheel training of any kind?
The Hawaii DOT expects you to undergo behind-the-wheel training before qualifying for a Hawaii drivers license.  You must complete a drivers education course that includes some form of behind the wheel driving.  You may complete six hours of behind the wheel training through a Hawaii-approved driving school, or you can attend a drivers education class that includes at least two hours of simulated on-the-road driving.


Do I need to perform any supervised driving beyond a Hawaii driving school?
Yes.  The Hawaii DOT asks that you receive 50 hours of supervised driving practice, in the presence of a licensed Hawaii driver 21 years or older, prior to applying for your Hawaii drivers license.  10 of those 50 hours must be at night, and all of these hours must be signed off on by your parents or a legal guardian and submitted to the Hawaii DOT.
Can my friends ride with me once I get my Hawaii instruction permit?
When you receive your Hawaii instruction permit, you will only be able to drive with your friends if you are accompanied by a 21 year old Hawaii licensed driver in the passenger seat.
Can my friends ride with me now that I have my Hawaii drivers license?
Not alone, at least not for a while.  Until you are 18, you can have no more than one passenger under 18 in the car in Hawaii while you drive unless you are accompanied by a licensed parent or legal guardian.
Can I drive alone with my Hawaii instruction permit?
No, under Hawaii state law you must be accompanied by a 21 year old licensed Hawaii driver as long as you drive under an instruction permit.
How much does Driver Ed To Go cost?
Driver Ed To Go tries to keep its prices as low as you will find when looking for a Hawaii online driver education course.  To do so, our prices occasionally change.  See our "Course Options" page for more details and current prices.
Does Driver Ed To Go give refunds for its Hawaii drivers ed courses?
Absolutely.  Driver Ed To Go provides a 100% money-back guarantee.  If you aren't satisfied with the Driver Ed To Go Hawaii online drivers education course, simply let us know before your certificate of completion is sent out and your money will be fully refunded.  It's that easy.
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