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It's hard knowing everything you need to know for getting your Learner's Permit. And while we're not able to provide an answer to EVERY question, we hope you'll find these pages a little helpful.

Be sure to check back often as our Frequently Asked Questions are constantly evolving as we compile and categorize questions from our current customers. And should you not find the question that's on your mind, call us 24/7. We'll be glad to help.

ABOUT OUR COURSE
Does your online Drivers Education Course satisfy DMV requirements?

Yes. Our 30-hour course is DMV-approved and meets all the requirements needed to obtain your Colorado Driver Awareness Permit.


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GETTING STARTED
Who can take your Colorado Drivers Ed Course?

Our online Drivers Ed course is for all minors 15 to 16 years of age.

How do I get my permit?

After meeting the minimum age requirements, you must:

  • Complete an Affidavit of Liability and Guardianship ( DR2460)
  • Provide our Certificate of Completion that verifies you have graduated from our online Drivers Education/Driver Awareness Permit course.
Do I need my parent/guardian's consent to get a permit?

Yes, your parent or guardian must present a completed Affidavit of Liability and Guardianship (DR2460).

What happens if the person(s) who signed the DR2460 does not hold a valid Colorado driver's license?

A person does not have a legal Colorado driver's license if they've signed a DR2460. Therefore, they are allowed to assign an Alternate Permit Supervisor to oversee the minor in driver training. Keep in mind that the Alternate Permit Supervisor must:

  • Be 21 years or older
  • Have a legal Colorado driver's license

Any minor who drives with an Alternate Permit Supervisor receives drive time that counts as part of their 50-hour drive time requirement on their log sheet.

And, should a person who signed the DR2460 give any person 21 years or older, and who has a legal license, permission to oversee a minor while they drive, that particular amount of driver training time will not count toward the 50-hour requirement on their log sheet.

Where do I go to get a permit?

You can go to any Colorado DMV office that issues permits or licenses. To find a DMV office near you, please Click Here.

Do I have to make an appointment to get my permit?

No. All applications and written testing are on a first come first served basis, so be sure to allow yourself ample time before closing to complete the process. No written test will be given after 4:15 p.m. at those offices with 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. hours of operation.

How much will my permit license cost?

As the price changes from time to time, you'll need to check with the DMV for the exact price.

What will I need to bring with me in order to get my driver's license?

To apply for an instruction permit you must...

1. Submit identification establishing age, identity, and lawful presence in the United States such as:

(Photocopies or notarized copies are not accepted)

  • Certified State or County Birth Certificate.
  • United States Certificate of Birth Abroad.
  • Previous License or Identification Card expired less than 1 year.
  • Valid Passport.
  • Valid Military Identification Card.
  • Resident Alien Identification Card.
  • Naturalization Certificate.
  • Valid Foreign Passport with Immigration Visa/I-94. (No Border Crossing Cards or a Visa status of B1, B2, W/T, W/B, C/P or N/C.)

2. Provide your Social Security Number (SSN).

  • If you state that you do not have an SSN, you must provide documentation from the Social Security Administration supporting your statement.

3. Supply a Colorado residence address.

4. Pass all required examinations.


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OTHER PERMIT QUESTIONS
How long do I have to have my l learner's permit before I can get my license?

You must have held your learners permit for a minimum of 12 months time to be eligible for a license.

After completing the course, how long is my permit valid?

Your permit will expire 3 years from the date of issue.

How do prove I passed your Online Drivers Education Course?

Upon completion of this course, a certificate will be awarded with verification of your completion.


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GETTING YOUR LICENSE
What are the prerequisites for getting my driver's license?

To apply for a driver's license, you must have:

  • Had a learner's permit for at least 12 months
  • Taken a Behind the Wheel Course (ONLY required if you are younger than 16 years and 6 months old)
  • Driven the required 50 hours (10 at night)
  • Passed the DMV road test
Do I need to make an appointment to take my road test for my driver's license?

Yes! To take your driving test, you will need to:

  • Make an appointment for your driving test. We HIGHLY recommend you make an appointment. (Driving tests are not given without an appointment.) For more information, Click Here or call 1 (303) 205-5613 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
What will I need to bring with me in order to get my driver's license?

To apply for a license you must...

1. Submit identification establishing age, identity, and lawful presence in the United States such as:

(Photocopies or notarized copies are not accepted)

  • Certified State or County Birth Certificate.
  • United States Certificate of Birth Abroad.
  • Previous License or Identification Card expired less than 1 year.
  • Valid Passport.
  • Valid Military Identification Card.
  • Resident Alien Identification Card.
  • Naturalization Certificate.
  • Valid Foreign Passport with Immigration Visa/I-94. (No Border Crossing Cards or a Visa status of B1, B2, W/T, W/B, C/P or N/C.)

2. Provide your Social Security Number (SSN).

  • If you state that you do not have an SSN, you must provide documentation from the Social Security Administration supporting your statement.

3. Supply a Colorado residence address.

4. Pass all required examinations: (physical, vision, written, driving test).

5. Present a completed and signed Drive Time Log.

6. Submit your 6-hour Behind the Wheel Training Certificate (if required).


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