Latest Driving & DMV Information Jul 2013, page 2

Learners Permit Secrets: part 3

by Joshua on Jul 19, 2013.
Filed under: Learner's Permit
Once you have spent a considerable amount of time practicing on side streets, you can begin to challenge yourself to public main roads. Remember to begin accumulation as much road time as possible in order to meet the minimum hour requirements for your state. Statistics state that you must drive at least 15 minutes per day, everyday to reach the state minimum requirement of 50 hours in 6 months time. While this may be possible for some, you may want to balance out your time and have a practic... Read More

Taking a Driver’s Education Course in Texas

by Joshua on Jul 15, 2013.
Filed under: Texas Texas Learner's Permit Test
Turning 15 in the state of Texas marks your chance to start thinking about the next step towards freedom with your first driver’s license. You must be 15 ½ years old at the time of application for you’re learners permit according to the Texas DMV. For new drivers the application process has multiple steps and several tests that you must take along the road towards that final day when you receive your restricted driver’s license. It is important that you are fully prepared ahead of time to mee... Read More

[Infographic] Driver's Licenses 101

by Joshua on Jul 13, 2013.
Filed under: Commercial Driver's Licence, Driver's License, Learner's Permit, Motorcycle
At, we’re constantly being asked questions about the different types of driver’s licenses and how many people have these licenses. Instead of simply answering this question with words, we thought a giant infographic would be far more fun (and we were right if I do say so myself!). There are some amazing facts revealed in the following graphic. For example, did you know an incredible 85% of people in the US of age to own a drivers license have their license? That’s over 2... Read More

Learners Permit Secrets Part 2

by Joshua on Jul 10, 2013.
Filed under: Learner's Permit
After you have done some detailed research and understand the process of achieving your license, studied and taken some practice tests and have completed the permit test with a passing score it is time to utilize your new permit to assist in receiving your driver’s license. The learner’s permit was originally created to allow young drivers an opportunity to practice basic road safety with a supervised driver before attempting to join the millions operating motor vehicles daily. Learn more abo... Read More

Tips for passing the Texas Drivers Written Tests

by Joshua on Jul 10, 2013.
Filed under: Texas Texas Driver's License Written Test, Texas Learner's Permit Test
As a new driver, there are two main types of written tests you will come across during the application process. The learners permit and final written exam. This is most difficult aspect of the driver’s license process and one out of three people in the state of Texas fail the first time they attempt it. This is mainly due to a lack of preparation on the testers behalf so it is essential that you study hard and have a game plan. Passing each test is critical if you wish to move on the next ste... Read More


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