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Our course is 100% online and you can take drivers ed at your own pace. You even have the option to stop the course and start again at a more convenient time.
Transcripts will be issued by our partner Orion High School. Therefore, Orion High School will issue 2.5 credits towards your high school graduation.
Once you have passed the course and received your Certificate of Completion, you must pass the DMV written exam in order to get your learner’s permit.
Our read-along feature is an audio narration track that reads the course aloud as the student follows along with the text.
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When teens are first learning to drive, they are highly receptive to important messages about the dangers of unsafe driving and driving while intoxicated. That is why it is so important for parents to get involved at this initial stage to ensure proper and thorough education to help set ground rules and instill good driving habits, as their teen takes on the responsibility of operating a motor vehicle.
This online driver education course is not timed.
The final exam is online and may be taken as many times as necessary until the student has scored 85% or better.
After you complete the course, we will send you a certificate of completion; however, it will not satisfy your state’s permit or licensing requirements and is intended for your records only.
West Virginia Online Driver Education and Online Driver Ed Courses
Welcome! You have arrived at DriverEdToGo.com, West Virginia’s most popular drivers education course. This course is 100% all online and has all the things necessary for earning your personal DMV learner’s permit.
West Virginia Online Drivers Education / West Virginia Licensing Rules & Procedures
You’re to be congratulated for starting your application for a West Virginia Learner’s Permit or getting the ball rolling on your 1st West Virginia Driver’s License. West Virginia also features a Graduated Driver’s License Program aimed at teen drivers. Teens should keep a few things in mind as they make their application to obtain their 1st West Virginia license. To ensure that things go as smoothly as they can keep the following things in mind.
West Virginia Instruction Permit/West Virginia Learners Permit
At age 15, a teen can apply to get a West Virginia Instruction Permit. They have to meet some specific demands in order to make a valid application such as:
Once these things have been secured, you can trek down to the local West Virginia DMV along with a parent or legal guardian and submit the application. Then you will need to take the written test. If you pass it, then Congratulations to you! You now hold a West Virginia Instruction Permit that is good until your 18th birthday!
Always remember that you are required to have someone with you when you practice your driving, and it has to be a driving instructor, parent, legal guardian, or another licensed driver who is age 21 or older. You are restricted to driving only between 5AM and 10PM and with only 2 non-family passengers besides the assisting supervising adult. Any or all passengers MUST WEAR SEAT-BELTS. You should have your West Virginia Learners Permit on your person any time you are behind the wheel. Texting or talking on cell phones is strictly PROHIBITED.
After holding your permit for at least six months and meeting the necessary requirements, you are prepared to take the next step and apply for the West Virginia Intermediate Drivers License.
West Virginia Provisional License or Intermediate Driver’s License
After holding your Instruction Permit for at least six months without incident, you will be eligible to apply for your West Virginia Intermediate Driver’s License. At that time you will be required to meet the following demands:
Once you have satisfied these demands, you can make your way down to the local DMV office once again. Be sure not to forget to take all your required documents along, a $5 fee, your permit, and a parent or legal guardian. It’s time for that stressful old road test! If you pass that, then super congrats to you! You just earned yourself an Intermediate Driver’s License in the state of West Virginia! Before you pat yourself on the back too hard, remember that there are still a few restrictions to adhere to.
Restrictions & Penalties on West Virginia Teen Drivers Licenses
Keep these things in mind when driving on a West Virginia Intermediate Drivers license:
In West Virginia, receiving two moving violations is cause for license suspension until you reach the age of 18. But after turning 18 and having had a West Virginia Intermediate Drivers License for at least a year without incident, you will be eligible to apply to get a West Virginia Full Class E License – Restrictions REMOVED! Let FREEDOM RING!!!
Financial Responsibility and West Virginia Auto Insurance Laws
After receiving a West Virginia Provisional License, you are now ready to hit the road running, or are you? Not so fast. West Virginia’s insurance laws require drivers to carry no less than the minimum liability coverage on their vehicles. The following lays out what the minimums are:
If you are involved in an accident and caught without having the mandatory minimum liability insurance, your West Virginia Permit or License may be suspended.
Cell Phone, Text Messaging, and Drunk Driving Laws in West Virginia
As a teen licensed to drive in West Virginia, it is imperative that you learn all about the West Virginia laws regarding texting, cell phone use while driving, and drunk driving. As in most states, West Virginia is a ‘Zero Tolerance’ state in the case of underage drinking. If you happen to get convicted of a DWI or DUI while driving on a West Virginia driver’s license or permit, they will automatically be suspended.
Usually on your 1st DUI conviction in West Virginia (.08 BAC), you will be facing penalties like:
With a BAC of .15 or above, the following could happen:
If there was a minor under age 16 in your vehicle at the time of arrest, these could happen:
Additional convictions lead to even harsher penalties like increased jail times, increased fines, more community service time, and suspension or even revocation of your West Virginia driver’s license.
At this time in West Virginia the use of cell phones while driving is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. (this includes hands-free devices)
West Virginia Online Drivers Education
West Virginia teen drivers are able to access additional information regarding approved West Virginia online drivers ed at the West Virginia Transportation website.
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