How Do I Get A Maryland Driver's License

4 Things You Have To Do To Get A License In MD

1. Get A Learner's Permit: (Pass 25 question computerized test at the MVA, cost is $50)

2. Complete Driver's Ed.: Must be a MD MVA Approved Driving School and 30 Hours Classroom and 6 Hours Behind The Wheel

3. Complete 60 Hours Practice: With Parents or Driving Coach (if driver is under 25, parent or coach must be 21 with 3 years driving experience)

4. Pass The Driving Skills Test At The MVA (will drive on closed course and open road, but no parallel parking)

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To get a driver's license in Maryland you must complete all the steps of the graduated

licensing system. The steps are as follows: (does not have to be completed in this order)

1. Successfully complete a 30 hour approved classroom driver's ed. course at a Maryland MVA approved driving school like Drive On Time Driving School. (You do not need a learner's permit to attend the classroom portion of driver's ed.)

2. Get your learners permit at any Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration branch

-MVA charges $50 for a Learner's Permit

-must have birth certificate, social security card and two forms of proof of Maryland residency

-Make Sure You Have the Right Documents: Click Here to Go To the MVA Online Document Guide

-Click Here To Go To The Online Learners Permit Tutorial

-If you are under 16 and want to get a Learner's Permit prior to your 16th birthday, you must have high school attendance form filled out by the school your child attends and MVA must receive it in a sealed envelope. Click Here =>To: GET FORM NOW

3. Complete 6 hours of behind the wheel training with a Maryland MVA licensed driving instructor. (YOU MUST HAVE YOUR LEARNERS PERMIT ON YOUR PERSON AND A SUPERVISING DRIVER TO DRIVE ON THE ROAD LEGALLY! STUDENT WHO SHOW UP FOR DRIVING APPOINTMENTS WITHOUT A LEARNER'S PERMIT WILL BE SENT HOME)

4. Complete the Rookie Driver Log 60 hours of driving practice. (Must be signed and verified by the parent who co-signed for your learner's permit if you are under 18.)(Individuals over 25 years old must log 14 hours in a log book with a driver 21 years old or over who have held a license for at least 3 years.)
5. You must hold your learner's permit for 9 months with no moving violations. (Individuals 25 years or older must hold a permit for 45 days prior to testing for a provisional license.)
6. After completing all of the previous 5 steps, you are ready to test for a provisional license at the Motor Vehicle Administration branch of your choice.
-Tests are scheduled online the following link will take you to the MVA scheduling system: SCHEDULE YOUR SKILLS TEST AT THE MVA NOW

COME BACK TO THIS PAGE WHEN YOU ARE READY TO SCHEDULE YOUR MVA TEST, PLEASE SCHEDULE YOUR MVA DRIVING TEST TO START AT LEAST 72 HOURS AFTER YOUR LAST DRIVING SESSION AT DRIVE ON TIME DRIVING SCHOOL