Welcome to Teen Street, your source for information on teen driver educationThis is the home of an innovative and entertaining driver’s education course. We are Driver License Direct by Improv. The Improv is a world famous Comedy Club that has brought its entertaining approach to what could be a mundane course. Our online driver’s ed classes are fun, entertaining, and easy to complete!
It all Starts with the Learner’s PermitEach state has its own process when it comes to getting a driver’s license. The states are very similar when it comes to learner’s permit requirements. Generally, guidelines include the following:
- Drivers must be at least 15 ½ years of age. Some states allow training to begin at 15.
- They must have completed, or be enrolled in, a state approved driver education course
- Candidates must pass a written permit test along with a vision test.
- They will need to pay associated fees.
- A parent or guardian must sign the application.
- Your original Social Security card
- Birth certificate
- Proof that you have enrolled in a driver ed course
There are RestrictionsWe told you that you would learn about rules and regulations, and there are a few associated with your learner’s permit. You will likely be limited to driving during daylight hours and you may only get behind the wheel when there is a licensed, supervising adult is in the car. You will find there are restrictions associated with both the learner’s permit and ultimately, your first-time driver’s license.
Getting From Learner’s Permit to First-Time Driver's LicenseOnce you’ve gotten your learner’s permit, the next form of license will be your first-time driver’s license. To acquire your first time driver’s license there are additional steps that must be achieved. For most states, these include:
- You will need to have reached your 16th birthday
- You must have held your learner's permit for a period of at least 6 months
- You must have completed the driver’s ed course and your behind-the-wheel hours
- Pass your driving test
- Pay your license fee