Learner Permit Answers
Florida Learner Permit Questions and Answers
With all the laws, rules, classes, and tests you must take there are many questions about how to get your learners permit and when and where you can drive with a Florida learners permit.
Always remeber that you can NEVER Drive Alone with a Learners Permit in Florida You must always have a licensed driver in the seat closest to you.
Getting Your Learners Permit in Florida
When you turn 15 years old in Florida you are eligible to get your Learner License (AKA Learners Permit) - here are the steps:
- Complete the DATA course - this is required and can be completed online at HighSchoolDriver.com and 123driving.com
- Study your Road Signs and Rules to prepare for the written DMV Test
- You have the option of taking a Preparation Course for the DMV test
- Take the DMV written test
The DMV Test
Before anyone (regardless of age) can get their first drivers license or learner permit in Florida they must pass the DMV Test. Before you can take the DMV test you must complete the DATA course, which is the Drug, Alcohol, Traffic Awareness class.
The DMV test is comprised of 50 questions. 5 of the questions address road signs and 45 of the questions address road rules. You must get at least 40 answers correct - 80% to pass the test.
Testing at Local DMV office
To take the DMV test at your local DMV office it is best to use the Florida DMV online appointment system and make an appointment. You should arrive at least 15 minuts before your appointment and be prepared to spend at least two hours at the DMV office.
Taking the DMV test Online
As of July 6, 2011 the DMV Test CAN BE TAKEN all ONLINE if you are under 18.
To Pass Your DMV Test The First Time we recommend you Take your DATA course online with a traffic school that also offers a DMV Test Preparation Course.
To prepare for the 50 question DMV Test you have two options - Study the drivers manual or Take an Onilne DMV Preparation Course and Practice Test. We recommend you take an online prepartion course with practice tests.