What do I do after passing a teen driver ed course?

To start you may want to high-five a friend or two. You'll then need to know your state rules regarding teen driver ed. For instance, in California you need a drivers education certificate or proof of enrollment to qualify for a permit. Whereas in Nevada there are no such permit requirements mandating a drivers education certificate.

So to educate yourself on your state's rules call your DMV. Or better yet, visit your state's DMV Web site. It will provide information on its drivers ed requirements. Usually this information will be labeled under "Teens" or "Drivers Under 18."

Once you know what your next step is, you'll need to find out how to obtain your Certificate of Completion. Most programs, which includes driver ed online courses, will send the certificate to you by mail or give it to you in person. If you're in a rush to obtain the certificate some online courses will send via Express Mail for an additional fee.

After receiving your certificate visit your DMV office with all needed requirements to either apply for a permit or license.

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