How old do I have to be to take my Washington learners permit exam?
To take the test for your Washington learners permit, you must be at least 15 ½ years old.
Who can take online drivers education in Washington?
Everyone is allowed to take our Driver Ed To Go Washington online drivers education for educational purposes. However you must verify with the Washington Department of Licensing ("DOL"), whether or not they allow online drivers education for drivers education requirements.
What paperwork do I need to give the Washington DOL?
You must show 2 proofs of identity, 1 proof of legal presence, 1 proof of Washington residency, and your social security number to get a Washington drivers license. As well, you will need to have a parent or legal guardian present, or have one sign a parental approval form to apply for your Washington learners permit.
What if I don’t pass the Washington learners permit test? How many times can I take the test?
You will need to pass your Washington learners permit test by answering 21 out of 25 questions correctly. You can only take the exam once per week. However, the Washington DOL will allow you to retake the exam as much as needed to pass.
One way to ensure you pass your Washington learners permit tests the first time is to begin your driver education before taking the learners permit test. A great way to do this is through an online driver education course such as the Washington online driver education class offered by Driver Ed To Go. With Driver Ed To Go, you will learn the Washington rules of the road from the comfort of your own home, and be fully prepared to pass your driver ed tests with ease when the time arises.
How many questions are on the final exam at the end of the Driver Ed To Go course?
There are typically 35 questions, and you must score at least 80 percent to pass. If you don’t pass at first, you can retake the exam at your leisure until you finish. It’s impossible to fail with Driver Ed To Go!
Does your course meet all Washington DOL requirements?
Driver Ed To Go is offered in Washington as a supplemental driver education learning program only. For DOL approval to substitute Driver Ed To Go for a Washington-approved driver education program, you should contact your local Washington DOL office.
How long until I receive my certificate of completion from Driver Ed To Go?
Once you complete the course we will ship you a certificate of completion. Delivery time depends upon the method of shipping selected. Typically, you can expect your certificate in 3-5 business days. If you need it faster, just log on to Driver Ed To Go and change your shipping options at any time before you pass your final exam and ask to have your certificate mailed. For an added price, you can select from FedEx overnight, 2nd and 3rd day delivery. Your delivery options are as flexible as you need them to be when you choose Driver Ed To Go!
So, when can I actually start driving?
You can begin as soon as you’ve received your Washington learners permit. Just remember that you MUST be accompanied by a licensed 21-year old Washington driver with 5 or more years of driving experience in your passenger seat at all times.
How long do I need to have my permit before I can get my Washington drivers license?
The Washington DOL requires you to be 16 to have a drivers license, so you will need to practice driving in Washington with your learners permit for six months before applying for a provisional drivers license.
Am I required to do behind the wheel training?
If you are under 18, you must complete a driver training course to get a provisional Washington drivers license. Part of this class will include behind-the-wheel training from a licensed Washington driving instructor.
How many hours of supervised driving do I have to have before I can get my drivers license?
In addition to Washington DOL behind-the-wheel training requirements, you must also accumulate 50 hours of driving practice, including 10 hours at night, with proper supervision. Your parents or legal guardian will need to sign off on these hours as you complete them, and you will have to submit a signed driving log to the Washington DOL when you apply for your drivers license.
Can my friends ride with me after I get my Washington learners permit?
You must be accompanied by a licensed driver with at least 5 years driving experience. If a proper supervisor is in your passenger seat, your friends can ride along.
Can my friends ride with me after I get my Washington drivers license?
For the first six months you hold your provisional Washington drivers license may not have any passengers under age 20 with the exception of family members. For the next 6 months, you may have no more than 3 passengers under age 20, with the exception of family members. After that, you are free to drive—safely—with your friends, unsupervised.
Can I drive alone if I only have a Washington learners permit?
No, you must be accompanied by a licensed driver with at least 5 years driving experience at all times.
How much is the Driver Ed To Go online Washington drivers ed course?
Driver Ed To Go offers the highest quality online Washington drivers education course at the lowest prices. For up-to-date prices on all our driver education courses, please visit our "Course Options" page.
What if I want a refund from Driver Ed To Go?
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