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If you’ve never gotten a driver's license before and you’re under 18 years old, you’ll need to get a learner’s license first. A learner’s license, also known as a learner’s permit, gives you the ability to drive under limited circumstances until you’re eligible for a full drivers license.
To get a learners permit the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) department requires:
The learners permit test has 50 multiple-choice questions. You’ll need to get a score of 80% or higher, which means you’ll need to get at least 40 questions correct. Once you pass you can get a Florida learners permit and start getting practice behind the wheel.
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Florida requires that all individuals who are getting a permit take a state-approved Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course. The 4-hour TLSAE course from DriversEd.com covers:
It’s all the information you need to fulfill the TLSAE requirement. Engaging, interactive features make the course interesting - plus, you can complete the course any time, anywhere on any device!
With DriversEd.com you don’t have to schedule a trip to the DMV’s office to take the permit test. Because we’re a state-approved administrator, after signing up for our Florida teen drivers ed course you can take the permit test within the app!
To get your Florida learners license by taking the permit test online you must follow these five steps:
Complete your Florida drivers ed course and TLSAE course. Once these are completed you’ll receive a waiver for taking the permit test online.
Fill out the Parent Proctoring Form and get it notarized by a driver's license examiner. This is an extra step that only needs to be taken if you take the permit test online.
Log into your account and take the permit test. It is a proctored test meaning a parent needs to be present when you take the exam.
We automatically send your test results to the FLHSMV and drivers license offices.
Once you pass bring your proof of social security number, residential address and ID to the nearest drivers license office to pick up your new learners permit!
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