Everything You Need to Know about Missouri Drivers Ed
Missouri operates on a Graduated Drivers License program. Before getting a Missouri drivers license, all first-time drivers between 15 and 18 are required to go through a training period, where they spend hours in the car with a licensed driver, in order to gain valuable experience. Throughout this trial period, the new driver will have a Missouri learners permit, which is called an “instruction permit” (15-16 years old) or an “intermediate license” (if 16-18 years old).
The Missouri Drivers Permit
Once you turn 15 years old, you’re eligible to get your instruction permit. All you need to do is pass the Missouri permit test, which consists of vision, road sign, and written sections, and then a parent or guardian (or otherwise qualified person) must come with you to the licensing office to sign a permission statement.
There are some restrictions to this license, though:
- It’s valid for up to 12 months
- You may only drive when accompanied (in the front seat) by a licensed driver. This person must be a parent, grandparent, or otherwise qualified person
- Like all drivers, you must wear your seat belt at all times
- You must carry the instruction permit with you whenever driving – the test paper is not a proper means of identification.
The Intermediate Drivers License - Missouri
Between the ages of 16 and 18, Missouri residents who have intermediate licenses may drive alone at any time, except for a late night curfew (from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m.). Once the driver turns 18, he or she may apply for the full Missouri drivers license.
When you take our online Missouri drivers education course you will learn about safe driving, basic car maintenance, and best practices for driving – in both good weather and bad. You’ll learn all about road signs and the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, as well as the dangers of drowsy or distracted driving. The course is specifically designed to prepare new drivers for a lifetime of safe driving, and to prevent accidents by teaching you to drive defensively.
Note: This course is designed to serve as supplemental training to your state-required driver training. It is not a state-approved course.
Taking Missouri Drivers Ed Online
When you enroll in an online course, you’re building upon the knowledge you’ve already gained in your state-required course. Think about it – if you’re able to study when the time is right for you, you’ll learn easier, remember better, and drive safer.
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