Getting a License Soon?
You'll need:
- DE-964 (this will be issued upon completion of the entire program. Please DO NOT take the permit copy of the DE-964, the DPS WILL NOT accept it!)
​- $16.00 (Cash, Check, or Debit Card)
V.O.E. Form (This must be new. the forms expire 30 days after you receive them)
- Learners License (Permit)
- Social Security Card/Social Security Number
- Completed 30 Hour Parent Log (We suggest you print the log off of Schedule 2 Drive once it is completed)
- Impact Texas Teen Drivers (ITTD) Certificate 

Schedule the Test:
To schedule your Driving test, click the box below, or, you can go to our "Test Scheduling" tab for instructions on how to schedule it. (You MUST be finished with all 7 drive times, and have held your permit for the minimum requirement before taking the test!)

What About Insurance?
Most insurance companies will require that the student be added to the insurance once the license has been obtained. When the student finishes the final driving lesson, we will issue a form that you will send a copy of to your insurance, that contains information they need in order to add the student to your policy. This form may or may not get your student a discount on insurance until they are in their 20's. It is best to contact your insurance company before they take their driving test, for more information. 

Questions about restrictions? Follow the link to License Restrictions below. To find what applies to you, restriction codes are listed on the back of your license. 

FAQ's:
Q: How old do I have to be?
A: You must be at least 16 years old to get a license. 
Q: How long will I have to hold my permit?
A: A minimum of 6 months for all students, until you are 18. If you are 18 years old, you still must complete all of the Driving Lessons, but can get your license as soon as you finish the course (both classroom and driving). 
Q: When do I renew my license, and can I renew Online?
A: In most cases, you will renew your license when it expires on your 18th birthday. You can't renew your license online the first time it expires, however after that, you are able to renew it online. 
Q: How do I renew my license?
A: You must go to the DPS to renew, and will need your old license, and $25. 
Q: Do I have to have my license every time I drive?
A: Yes! Driving without a license can result in a fine of up to $200, and multiple tickets for this can result in jail time. Driving with an expired license can result in a fine as well. 

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