FLORIDA LEARNERS PERMIT WRITTEN EXAM ALSO REFERRED TO AS THE FLORIDA DRIVERS LICENSE EXAM, FLORIDA ROAD RULES AND ROAD SIGN EXAM

FLORIDA LEARNERS PERMIT WRITTEN EXAM ALSO REFERRED TO AS THE FLORIDA DRIVERS LICENSE EXAM, FLORIDA ROAD RULES AND ROAD SIGN EXAM

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Note: We highly suggest you take our Florida Learner’s Permit Written Exam Review course prior to taking the Florida Online Learners Permit Written Exam

Who Can Take The Florida Driver Learners Permit – Drivers License Written Exam On Line?

Any unlicensed driver under the age of 18 and who has completed an online TLSAE course. Having the luxury, flexibility and convenience of this online option means you can skip the congestion, long lines, and waiting at your local DHSMV office. Instead, you’ll be able to relax and pass the test from the comfort of your own home.

What Questions Are Asked When Taking The Florida Driver Learners Permit Test and What Can I Expect?

By Florida DHSMV regulation, a parent must be present during the Florida learners permit testing session. Before you access the test, your parent will be asked to provide certain identifying information and to certify statements that attest that they have monitored your test session.

The Florida driver’s written permit test (Class E Knowledge Test) is comprised of two sections:

Road Rules exam
Road Signs exam

The new 2015 Florida Learners permit – written exam test now includes 40 multiple choice road rules questions and includes 10 road sign questions. You are allowed approximately – give or take – 60 seconds to respond to each question. If you do not respond to a test question within the specified time limit, no answer (a “blank”) is submitted for that question when your test is graded.

Similarly, you will have seconds to respond to personal identity validation questions that will be asked periodically through out the test. If you answer a personal identity validation question incorrectly, you will be asked a different question. A second incorrect answer will result in the termination of the testing session (i.e., a “failure” grade on your test).

You must correctly answer at least 75% of the 50 driving questions in order to pass the Florida learners permit online exam.

The two exams are scored independently of each other, and you have three opportunities to pass each exam in the online format. In other words, if you fail your first or second attempt at taking the Florida learners permit exam, you may attempt to take the Florida learners permit test again, and will be required to pay a DHSMV-assessed retesting fee of $10 for the second and third attempts. If you fail your third Florida learners permit test online, you will need to go to your local DHSMV or tax collector office to take the exam in person and will no longer be eligible to take the online Florida learners permit exam.

All Florida learner permit test scores are automatically and electronically reported to the DHSMV and, like your TLSAE completion, will be available to DHSMV staff when you go to your local office to get your Florida learners permit.

How Much Is The Florida Learners Permit Written Exam Test?

Many online traffic school course providers claim to be the lowest but, once you hand over your charge card info and continue with your registration you’ll soon discover you’ll have to pay extra fees. Some of these fees – to name a few – are disguised as processing fees, or, handling fees, or service fees which in turn, jacks-up the price of the Florida Learner Permit Written Exam course considerably. Our course is $24.95 complete and is the official DHSMV written exam provided by the DHSMV.

SOME TEEN DRIVING FACTS & STATISTICS

TEENAGE DRIVER FACTS

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among teens according to the Centers for Disease Control’s Teen Driver Fact Sheet.

Older teens are more likely to be involved in fatal crashes than younger teens. In addition, older teens were twice as likely to be involved in a fatal crash between midnight and 6 am than younger drivers.

1,886 drivers age 15 to 20 died in motor vehicle crashes in 2015, compared with 1,723 drivers in this age group in 2014, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Research shows that when teenage drivers transport teen passengers there is a greatly increased crash risk. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety released a report in May 2012 that showed that the risk of 16- or 17-year old drivers being killed in a crash increases with each additional teenage passenger in the vehicle. The risk increases 44 percent with one passenger; it doubles with two passengers and quadruples with three or more passengers. The study analyzed crash data and the number of miles driven by 16- and 17-year olds.

Drivers age 16 to 20 accounted for 5.5 percent of all licensed drivers, 8.5 percent of all drivers involved in fatal crashes and 12.0 percent of drivers in all crashes in 2014. Seventeen percent of drivers age 16 to 20 who were involved in fatal crashes in 2014 were alcohol-impaired, which is defined by a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 grams per deciliter or higher.

The DOT found that more teenagers are involved in motor vehicle crashes late in the day and at night than at other times of the day. Teens also have a greater chance of getting involved in an accident if other teens are present in the vehicle, according to research from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and State Farm.

DRIVER BEHAVIOR FACTS

36 Percent of 10 – 20 year old male drivers who were involved in fatal crashes where speeding at the time of the crash. NHTSA says that speed-related crashes cost Americans $40.4 billion each year.

Speeding was a contributing factor in 28 percent of all traffic fatalities.

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among 16- to 20-year olds, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.

Every state has a graduated driver’s license law that includes a three-phase program to help teens to develop more mature driving attitudes and gain experience behind the wheel.

DRUNK & IMPAIRED DRIVING FACTS

In 2015, 10,625 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes.  1,886 drivers age 15 to 20 died in motor vehicle crashes in 2015, compared with 1,723 drivers in this age group in 2014, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities accounted for 29 percent of all motor vehicle traffic fatalities in the United States.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation estimates 1,089,171 drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or narcotics in 2015. The arrest rate works out to one arrest for 200 licensed drivers in the United States.

Teen drivers ages 15 to 20 are 1.6 times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash, compared to adult drivers between the ages of 35 and 40.

SMALL PEEK INTO 2016 DRIVING STATS

New preliminary 2016 data shared recently from the NHTSA (National Center for Statistics and Analysis) estimates as many as 40,000 people died in motor vehicles crashes last year, a 6% rise from 2015. If those numbers bear out, it would be a 14% increase in deaths since 2014, the biggest two-year jump in more than five decades. It also means that 2016 may have been the deadliest year on U.S. roads since 2007.

Single Driving Lessons

Single driving lessons are available to individuals who may only need to fine tune their driving skills or who want to learn just the basics.

It’s entirely up to you.

Multiple Driving Lessons

Includes our exclusive Drivers Ed 30 Hour Online course.

For our stand alone Drivers Ed Course we charge $150.00 BUT with any series of 3 it’s FREE!

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We realize taking a road test could be nerve racking especially when you don’t know what to expect.

We look at the big driving picture and get you ready!

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