If I lost my driver education certificate can I still obtain a permit?

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If your state requires a driver education completion certificate to apply for a drivers permit, your application will be denied. But don't worry, this is but a mere bump in the road towards obtaining your drivers license. To fix the problem, contact your driver ed school and request a duplicate certificate. Depending on the school, you may be required to pay a duplicate fee, as well as postage and handling. 

While waiting for the driver ed certificate to arrive, use the time to study for your learners permit exam. You can do this by studying your state's driver's manual. Everything on the test will be based on information contained in the manual. Next, take a practice permit test. You can find hundreds of free practice tests online. Because these tests are free or low cost, take as many as you deem necessary. All of the questions are written in multiple-choice form, just like those found on the real exam.

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