First Time Driver

First, you will need to complete a four-hour traffic law and substance abuse education (TLSAE) course. This is sometimes called a first time driver course. A list of approved providers can be found on the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Providers page.

Next, your written exams must be completed. The handbook can be found on the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ Handbooks & Manuals page. Testing can be completed in all offices. Please check office policy to verify if an appointment is required. If you are under the age of 18 you may be eligible to test at home under the supervision of your parent, legal guardian or responsible adult over the age of 21. Whomever supervises the exam at home must be present in office to certify the proctored exam or have applicable forms completed:

STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES FORMS:

The Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles offers a Practice Test for learners.

If you are under 18 years of age, you are required to maintain your learner permit for 12 months with no moving violations or until you are 18 years old.

If you are 18 years of age or over, you are not required to maintain permit for any specific length of time.

Once you are eligible to be upgraded to a driver license, you will need to schedule an appointment at either the Marcus Pointe or Warrington Office.

NOTE: Driving Exams/Road Test are by appointment only.