Drivers Education to Help You Pass The Florida Permit Test in 2020

Welcome to our driver’s education course for aspiring Florida license holders! Whether you’re a teen learner or a first-time adult applicant, you will need to study rules of the road, road sign meanings, alcohol awareness, vehicle maintenance, defensive driving skills and various other driving-related subjects in preparation for the 50-question DMV permit test. There is no better learning aid to support your work with the official drivers handbook, than this comprehensive drivers ed course. It’s designed to make learning enjoyable, covers everything you need to know prior to the 2020 written test and is completely free to use!

If you are approaching the licensing process as a teenager between 15 and 18 years old, you will be faced with certain restrictions having obtained your learner’s permit. Passing the DMV written test, a vision and hearing test and completing the mandatory Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education course (TLSAE) will earn you a provisional driver’s license and the right to continue your learning behind the wheel, under the supervision of a licensed adult. When you have gained enough experience to pass the Class E driving skills test, you will be awarded a full teenage driver’s license which enables you to drive on your own. For your own safety, you will still be restricted to driving during certain hours of the day until you turn 18, unless you are supervised by a licensed adult or traveling to or from work. Driving will always be a dangerous activity and young novice drivers entertain a greater degree of risk than older drivers. Completing our Florida teen drivers ed course will make sure you have the essential skills, knowledge and attitude to minimize that risk and drive on public roadways safely.

Adult driver’s license applicants must also pass the 50-question DMV written test, complete the four-hour TLSAE course, and pass vision and hearing tests. The only difference between the license application procedure for adults and teens, is that adult applicants will be awarded a full drivers license having met the above criteria; they do not need to go through the restricted learner license process. So, if you are a first-time license applicant over 18 years old, you are still going to need this drivers education program to help you get ready for the assessment. Of course, the four-hour TLSAE course (formerly known as the DATA course) will cover subjects like alcohol awareness, traffic laws and other key safety topics. Though, it is important to realize that there is no way you can learn everything necessary to pass the Florida permit test and become a safe driver in a meager four-hour class. You will also need to study the official DMV handbook thoroughly, while using this driver’s ed course to support your work.

Which driver’s education topics are covered on our teen and adult driver’s education course? In short, everything you need to know! We will teach you about right-of-way, road rules, traffic signals and pavement markings, to help you navigate different types of public roadway safely. We also cover every basic driving maneuver you will need to perform during your practical driving skills assessment, complete with step-by-step guides, common mistakes and useful diagrams. As the course is a free resource, you can hop back and forwards between chapters as often as needed to brush up on essential information. As you go along, try taking regular breaks to work on our DMV written practice test, which is suitable for aspiring drivers from Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville and for all other Florida applicants. When you can score consistent passes on this quiz, you should be ready to take on the real permit test. Are you ready to start learning?

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