Education & Training

Articles for all types of drivers covering topics ranging from test-taking tips to useful practice test insights. Whether you hold a standard driver’s license, a learner’s permit, motorcycle endorsement, or CDL, these Education & Training articles will help you get prepared.

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7 Reasons Student Drivers Fail Their Written Permit Exam

by Jen Lamboy on

Passing your written DMV permit exam really is a no-brainer. But you gotta be smart about it, and avoid the pitfalls that cause numerous students to fail. And you can start by following our Dos and Don’ts. 1) Don’t Cram For Your Permit Exam The road to landing your driver’s permit harbors no shortcuts. So don’t think […]

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Training for Trucking: Enroll in CDL Driver Education by Kat Saks on

Want to be the king (or queen) of the road? If you’re considering a stint as a truck driver, you’ll need a commercial drivers license (CDL). Requirements for obtaining a CDL differ from state-to-state, but all states require: A vision exam. A medical exam. A written exam. A three-part driving skills exam. Commercial drivers license […]

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Trucker Testing: Commercial Drivers License Exams by Kat Saks on

When you’re ready to get behind the wheel of a tractor trailer, you’ll have to put your trucking skills to the test with a commercial drivers license (CDL) exam. Anyone who wants to drive a commercial vehicle must obtain a CDL. While CDL testing varies from state to state, one thing is certain: A commercial […]

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How to Choose a Drivers Training Program by Nadia Ibanez on

Whether you’re a teen driver, an adult ready to get your first drivers license, picking the right driver’s training program is nothing to scoff at. Learning how to drive properly and safely takes time and practice, therefore finding the best course and driving school — that is also state-approved — should be of the utmost […]

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Adult Drivers Ed: Learning to Drive After You Turn 18 by Nadia Ibanez on

Learning to drive as an adult is generally easier than taking the wheel during your teen years. Because unlike a teen, you, in the minds of DMV officials, have a better grasp on road-responsibilities, resulting in a reduced list of requirements and restrictions. Why Take a Driver’s Ed Course Depending on your state, driver’s ed […]

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