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Online Drivers Ed: Learning to Drive Online

by Josh Tyson on

Most states require applicants to take some sort of driver education class in some sort of driving school before getting that coveted piece of laminate, the driver’s license. For some teen drivers and adult applicants, an online driving class is possible. That’s right, you can learn driving basics online in this day and age, and […]

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How to Find a Good Driver’s Ed Program by Melissa Crumish on

Instead of looking for a good driver education program, focus on finding a drivers ed course approved by your state. This will cover “good” and guarantee that your Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will recognize the course completion certificate. We can’t stress enough how importance this is, especially if you reside in a state that […]

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Who’s Required to Get a Learner Permit? by Melissa Crumish on

A drivers permit is the first rung of the driving ladder. It’s designed to give first-time drivers the chance to gain valuable road experience under the supervision of a licensed driver. Before rushing to your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office to apply, be aware that not every first-timer needs a learners permit. Confused? […]

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How to Apply for Your Learner’s Permit by Kathy Teel on

A learner’s permit enables new drivers to gain valuable firsthand driving experience under the supervision of a licensed adult. Basic Steps to Applying for Your Learner’s Permit To obtain your learner’s permit, follow these simple steps. Practice for the permit test. You can find sample permit tests online, that can be a real help in obtaining […]

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Driving Out of State With a Learner Permit by Melissa Crumish on

From a learners permit holder’s perspective, an extended road trip serves as the perfect setting for gaining valuable behind-the-wheel experience. Think about it. There’s nothing but open highways, limited traffic, quiet back roads, few, if any, dangerous intersections to negotiate, no friends around to see you discover the necessity of knowing which side of the […]

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Change of Address for Voter Registration by Nadia Ibanez on

One of the most important parts of moving is changing your address with the state and any other entities that require personal information. Change Your Address With the DMV If you are a registered voter, an address change is required to keep your voting status in good standing. The state and county elections office will […]

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