Out-Of-Country License Holder;

If you are exchanging an out-of-country license, you must complete the 3- hours Alcohol and Drug Program prior to your license application. You will also be required to pass a knowledge test (Download the Maryland Driver's Manual), vision screening and skills examination.

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Applying to get a New Driver’s License in Maryland (Teen Drivers);


Frist Step: Register for a Driver’s Education Course

This class is a mandatory course for individuals who never held a driver’s license, Maryland Graduated licensing system (GLS) Law mandates all new drivers, regardless of age, successfully complete a course in driver education.

All new driver in Maryland must take the Maryland Certified Driver Education course before obtaining a provisional license.

You must be at least 15 years old to take Driver’s Education course in the state of Maryland.

You do not need to take Driving Education class before getting a learner’s permit. Also, This class helps you to pass the MVA learner’s permit test (knowledge test). But you must provide a valid learner’s permit before any behind the wheel driver education training or be driving on Maryland’s Roadways.

A certificate is proving you took a Driver’s Education course that is including 30 hours of classroom and 6 hours of practice Behind The Wheel.

Please review this teaching curriculum, use it as a practical guide and to prepare for what your student driver will learn in the Driver Education course.

Unit 1

Unit 2

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Unit 6

Unit 7

Unit 8

Unit 9

Unit 10

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Second Step: Lerner's Permit

You can apply for Learners Permit in the state of Maryland at age 15 and 9 months. A parent or guardian must co-sign the learner’s permit application if you are under 18 years old.

For more information, please visit MVA website:




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