Texas Learner License or Permit for Texas Teens

Posted by on Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 in Parent-Taught Driver Education

Texas Teens, ages 15 to 17 years old, who are enrolled in an approved Online Parent-Taught Teen Driver Education course, or a traditional driving school course, can apply for their Texas Learner License or Permit after completing the first six hours of the course.

 

Getting your Texas Learner License should be a super happy event, but the fear of knowing what to bring can be stressful. We understand! Online Driving Professor’s TDLR-Approved course has a complete Texas Learner License Checklist to make sure our students bring the necessary items to apply for and receive their Texas Learner License quickly and easily.

 

 

Getting Your Texas Learner License

 

When applying for a Texas Learner License, the Texas Department of Public Safety requires that you bring:

 

  • Proof of Identity such as an original or certified copy of a birth certificate
  • Proof of Social Security Number such as a social security card or passport
  • Proof of Texas Residency such as the parent’s paid utility bill, voter registration card, or mortgage statement with your address on the document
  • Texas Driver Education Certificate (DE-964) to prove you are enrolled in a driver education course and completed the first 6 hours of driver education
  • Texas Driver License Application found online, or you can fill out the application at any Texas DPS Driver License Office
  • Verification of Enrollment and Attendance (VOE) Form obtained from your high school to prove you are currently enrolled in high school or in homeschool
  • Texas Residency Affidavit found online  and payable with cash, credit, check, or money order
  • TDLR Parent-Taught Program Guide Receipt of Payment (if enrolled in a parent-taught course) found in the TDLR email sent to your parent after registration or bring the first page of the TDLR Parent Taught Program Guide

 

When you arrive at the Texas DPS Driver License Office, you are required  to:

 

  • Pass The State of Texas Driving Knowledge Test if you did not already take the test as part of an approved online driver education course, such as Online Driving Professor’s Texas Parent-Taught Teen Driver Education Course
  • Pass a Vision Test

 

For a complete list of acceptable documents, visit the Texas DPS Website.  To enroll in a TDLR-Approved and Texas DPS-Certified Online Driver Education Course, visit:

 

www.onlinedrivingprofessor.com