Individuals between 18 and 24 years of age are required to complete a driver education course and present the original certificate of completion at the driver license office. A driver education course is not required for individuals who already hold a valid driver license from another U.S. state or U.S. territory, or from Canada, France, South Korea, or Germany (countries with license reciprocity agreements with Texas.
1.Is this course right for me?
Yes! This is the course the State requires anyone 18-24 to take in order to get their learner’s permit or driver’s license. Even if you’re new to Texas, born in another country, or over 25 and have never had a driver’s license, we are approved by TEA to teach you too! We can help you get out onto the road, by teaching what you need to know to get on the road and giving you the confidence you need.
2.When will I receive my certificate?
You will receive your certificate once you have completed and passed the exam. (end of class)
3.How long is the finial exam ?
The final exam is divided into two exams: twenty (20) questions over road rules and twenty (20) questions over road signs. You must pass both tests with a 70% or greater to receive a certificate and you have three (3) attempts on each test.
4.What will happen if I fail the final exam?
You will get three (3) attempts each to pass the both final exams. If you fail the third time on either final exam, then you will loose any training credit and must retake the course, which includes signing up and paying for the course again, as mandated by the state.
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