Arizona Online Drivers Ed

Arizona Online Drivers Ed

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  • Free Online Practice Permit Tests
Arizona Online Drivers Ed Information

The Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) is in charge of issuing driver's permits to all first-time drivers.

 

As part of the graduated driver licensing (GDL) program, teenagers are required to first apply for a learner's permit and complete a driver's education course before obtaining a driver's license. There are 3 stages of the GDL program:

  • Instruction permit/learner's permit
  • Graduated restricted driver's license/provisional license
  • Full, unrestricted driver's license

 

Apply for an Arizona Learner's Permit

 

The first step of the graduated driver licensing process is to apply for your Arizona learner's permit. You must be at least 15 years and 6 months old to apply.

 

You must hold your Arizona learner's permit for 6 months before you can move on to your provisional driver's license.

 

Taking the Arizona Permit Test

 

NOTE: If you have an out-of-state driver's license, the AZ MVD does not require a written test in most cases. However, your Arizona MVD representative will decide.

  • The written permit test in Arizona contains 30 questions (all multiple choice) at your local MVD office
  • Use this course to help you ace the permit test!
  • You have 3 attempts to pass the written permit test within 12 months of applying for your Arizona learner's permit. If you fail 3 attempts at your exam, you will need to pay your application fees again.

Permit Driving Restrictions in Arizona

 

  • With your graduated Arizona learner's permit, you may only operate a vehicle while supervised by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old and seated next to you.
  • Your learner's permit will be valid for 12 months.

 

Behind-the-Wheel Driving Requirements in Arizona

 

While you have your Arizona learner's permit, you must either:

  • Complete an AZ driver’s education course through your high school or a professional Driver's Ed program.
  • OR

     

  • Complete 30 hours of supervised driving, including 10 hours at night.

If you choose to enroll in a driver's education course, the curriculum consists of:

  • 30 hours of instruction in the classroom.
  • 6 hours of behind-the-wheeldriving instruction.