As early as 15 years and 5 months you can sign up to take the state REQUIRED 24 Hours of driver Education. Although at 15 years and 6 months you are not required to take any formal training to take the Knowledge Exam, or the written part of the driving test, how do you expect to pass it? Sign up and not only gain the knowledge to PASS the test but if in that month between you complete the course you have met one of the main requirements of getting your license.
The Certificate of Enrollment is important because to complete your state requirements you need to take 8 hours of professional driving instruction. In order to even sign up for this you need to have the Certificate of Enrollment from a 24 hour course like this one. You get it after completing the first 2 hours of the 24 hour course.
This one is pretty self explanatory. After you successfully complete the 24 hours of study and pass the final exam you will be given the Certificate of Completion. You’ll need this to present when you apply for your driver’s license. There is no actual requirement for any formal studying when taking the Knowledge Exam or the written part of the test. But if you have not studied for it then how do you expect to pass it? That is why we recommend that you enroll in this course at 15 years and 5 months so that at 15 years and 6 months are you fully prepared intellectually for the knowledge exam.
If you are under 18, yes, it is a state Requirement. You need to take eight (8) hours of instruction from a professional driving instructor as well as a 24 hour course like this one.
If you are over 18 then no. But if you fail one of the driving parts of the test you are required to take the Abbreviated Adult Driver Education Course and you are required to do driving practice for either 24 hours with a licensed driving 21 years old or older or you can take 4 hours with a professional driving instructor.