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Steps to get your Driver License - Minors


  Step 1 Complete the Driver's Education Course


  • Students must be at least 15½ years old and under 18 years old.

  • If you are over 17 ½ years old and under 18 years old, you may get your permit without a California driver education and driver training certificate; however, you will not be allowed to take the driving test until you turn 18 years old.

  • Register and complete our fun and easy to follow Online Driver’s Education course. Our program (course) is approved by the DMV.

  • You can start our Online Driver’s Education course by visiting our website, and you can take the education course at your own pace and return where you left off at anytime.

  • After completing the required course we will provide you with a Certificate of Completion DL400C for you to show DMV.

Step 2 DMV Driver License Application 


​Make an appointment with your local DMV office for the written permit test. What you need for this DMV appointment:

  • Drivers License Application Form DL44 (original) with both parents signatures and completely filled out.

  • Acceptable birth date verification document.

  • Social Security number.

  • Pay the application fee (no credit cards accepted).

  • Take a vision test and have your photo taken.

  • Proof of Driver’s Education course.

Step 3 Pass the DMV Permit Exam


  • Study for the written test- use the California Driver Handbook as a guide to study & the DMV Online practice test.
  • The permit test consists of 46 questions, only eight can be missed. If the test is failed, the student must wait one (1) week before retaking the test.
  • Once the test has been passed, student must first drive with an instructor to activate their permit, unless they are 17½ or older. Once we have activated your permit, you can start practicing with your parents. Students are also required to complete the entire course within six (6) months from the first day attended.
  • If you have all of the above necessary items and you pass the written test, you will be given a driving permit. NOTE: Your driving permit will not become valid until you have had your first 2 hours of “Behind the Wheel Training”

Step 4 Complete Behind-The-Wheel Training


  • Begin your “Behind the wheel Training Course” – CA State required 6 hours of professional, licensed drivers training course.

  • Begin driving with your parents. State requirements are 50 hours of supervised driving including 10 at night.

  • When you have completed all of the above, you will receive a Certificate of Completion of Behind-the-Wheel Driver Training (DL400D) which is Orange, on the last lesson.


Step 5 Pass the Road Test

  • ​Students must hold their permit for six (6) months and be at least 16 years of age before they can take their drivers license test. This is an original DMV document.

  • Make an appointment to take the final drivers license test

 What to bring to DMV for your CA Driver’s License Test:

  • Certificate of Completion of Behind the Wheel Driver’s Training DL 400D

  • Original Completion Certificate for Driver’s Training - Original Learners Permit

  • Have proof of auto insurance with you or you will not be allowed to take the test

Important notes:

  • If you fail your drive test, you must wait two weeks before you can take the test again.

  • You have three chances to pass. Retest fee is $8.00.

  • After you pass the road test an interim license is issued and is valid for 60 days until you receive your new photo license in the mail.

  • Double check your address before you leave DMV and tell the DMV representative if your address is incorrect.

  • If you have not received your license after 60 days, call 800-777-0133 and they can check on the status for you.

  • Have your interim license with you to provide information when requested.

  • Your license will have the following restrictions for the next year:

    • During the first 12 months you are licensed to drive you must be accompanied by a driver 25 years of age or older if you drive between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. or if you have passengers under the age of 20 in the car at any time.

    • Persons under 18 may not be employed to drive a motor vehicle. When you become 18, the provisional part of your license ends.

    • You may continue to drive as an adult using your photo license, which will expire on your 5th birthday after the date you applied.


Office Hours

Monday - Friday

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


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28150 Avenue Crocker #224

Valencia, CA


Contact Info

(818) 741-4181

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