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At Drivers Ed Direct we are committed to delivering our customers with an educational, trouble-free, and first-rate drivers education experience. Here are the Top 5 most asked questions about our DMV approved online drivers ed course, as well as links to all other course help topics.

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At what age can i start taking drivers education in california, does your online course fulfill ca dmv requirements, how long will the course take, how much does your online drivers ed course cost, what do i do now that i've completed the online course, important note regarding your dmv completion certificate.

Upon completion of this online drivers ed course, you will earn your official DMV Drivers Ed Completion Certificate (DMV Form DL-400C). When you are ready to take your written permit test at the DMV, you'll need to bring this official form to the DMV to show proof that you have successfully completed your driver education requirement. Please read the following important notice regarding your DMV Completion Certificate:

  • DMV Only Accepts Original Certificates: The DMV will only accept the original, hard copy DMV Completion Certificate (DMV Form DL-400C) issued by Drivers Ed Direct. The DMV will NOT accept a photocopy, fax copy, emailed copy, or downloaded copy of a certificate. Copies of any DMV certificate will NOT be accepted by the DMV.
  • Certificate Processing: Drivers Ed Direct will process and issue your official DMV Drivers Ed Completion Certificate (DMV Form DL-400C) within 1 business day after you complete our program.
  • Certificate Delivery: By default, Drivers Ed Direct sends all official DMV Completion Certificates via USPS First-Class Mail. While USPS First Class Mail is supposed to deliver within 3 business days, please understand that USPS First-Class Mail can sometimes take up to 7-10 days to deliver and that Drivers Ed Direct has no control over how quickly the USPS delivers your certificate once it has been mailed. For students who need their official DMV certificates promptly, Drivers Ed Direct does offer:
  • Guaranteed expedited certificate shipping options with delivery tracking, such as FedEx Next Day and FedEx 2nd Day. Additional charges apply, call 800-728-1048 for more information.
  • In-office certificate pick-up for students who call 1 business day in advance and arrange to pick up their official completion certificate from our headquarters in Chatsworth, CA. There is no charge for in-office certificate pick-up. Please note: Once your certificate has already been mailed, you cannot arrange to pick up your certificate without incurring a duplicate certificate issuance fee. If you choose in-office certificate pick-up, please arrange this well in advance of completing your course.

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Permit / license application.

You may obtain this form (DL44) at any DMV office. Parent(s) or guardian(s) signature is required on this application. This form also requires your social security number.

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Schedule an appointment at local DMV

You may schedule an appointment through www.dmv.ca.gov or DMV telephone services 1-800-777-0133.

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What to bring to dmv - under 18 years old, bring to permit test.

  • DMV application (DL44), parent or guardian signature(s) required
  • Driver's Education certificate of completion
  • Certificate of Enrollment in Driver Training certificate (DL 392 or OL 392)
  • Required fee (cash, personal check or money order, payable to DMV)
  • Verification of birth (birth certificate- no photo copies , valid passport, green card, resident alien card or military ID).
  • Proof of residence documents (2 bills)*see DMV website for more details

Bring to Drive Test

  • Permit with photo receipt, parent or guardian signature(s) required to verify additional training
  • Drivers Education's certificate of completion
  • Drivers Training certificate of completion (DL 400c or OL 237)
  • Vehicle registration and insurance - must be current
  • Glasses or contacts, if needed

California Driver Handbook

You may access DMV Driver Handbook by visiting apps.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/dl600.pdf *We highly recommend that you read this handbook prior to taking your permit test.

How to choose a reputable driving school

Choosing a professional driving school that provides quality services is vital towards paving your child's foundation for driving success. When researching different schools, here are some important questions to ask: How long has your driving school been established? How much experience do your instructors have?

What percentage of your students pass the test on their first attempt? Another great source to find out information on driving school is word of mouth. Talk to friends, relatives or other parents before committing to a school. Although price is an important factor as a consumer, price should not be your determining factor in choosing a driving school. Check out our recommended driving schools for your area. Also, consider driving schools belonging to the Driving School Association of CA and Driving School Association of the Americas.

Graduated Licensing Program - Teens

After receiving a provisional license, for the first YEAR: * No driving between the hours of 11pm and 5am* * No transporting passengers under 20 years old* *Unless there is someone 25 years or older who has a valid CA driver's license, supervising, or other exception specified in the CA DMV Driver's Handbook

Clearing a Ticket, Points on Record

If a police officer issues you a traffic citation, you may be eligible for traffic school. You must have the court's permission to attend. You may only attend traffic school to clear traffic infractions, 1 point convictions. You are eligible to attend traffic school once every 18 months.

Insurance Requirements for Driving Schools

Driving Schools are required to be fully insured and bonded. Certificate of insurance OL 207, CVC 11103 and surety bond in the amount of $10,000, CVC 111102(a)(3) and 11102.1

Driving with Parents

Parents should call their insurance agent to ensure that their child is covered with learner's permit. Most insurance companies require that the child be added to policy upon issuance of license.

Permit Test

You are required to have an appointment to take the (written) permit test. The written test (for under 18 year) contains 46 questions, multiple choice. Passing is 8 errors or less. Alternate methods to take the written test include audio or oral test. You may take test in languages other than English. You will receive permit the same day that you pass the test. Permit is valid for one year from the date that you first applied. Permit is not valid until you complete your first driving lesson with a certified driving school or turn 17 1/2 years old.

You are required to schedule an appointment for the drive test. Have your permit number available upon scheduling. You must provide the vehicle, current registration and proof of insurance. The vehicle must be in good working order. You will be tested on arm signals, equipment of the vehicle and safe driving practices.

Are you prepared to pass the DMV written test?

  • As you pass a railroad crossing with no gates or controls and you cannot see for 400 feet in either direction, your speedometer should not be above: A) 15 MPH B) 25 MPH C) 30 MPH
  • When the traffic signal lights are not functioning what should you do? A) Decrease your speed and scan the intersection before proceeding B) Yield to the driver on your right C) Make a complete stop before crossing the intersection Answers: 1.A 2.C

Visit www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/interactive/tdrive/exam.htm for more sample tests.

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What will i need to take to the dmv to get my permit, how old do i have to be to get a permit, how old do i have to be to take this course.

You may take the course at 14 years and 9 months.

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Will my personal information be shared with anyone else?

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What if I don’t understand something or have questions?

What if i fail this test.

You may take the tests as many times as you need to for no additional charge. How can you fail?

Does this course expire?

How do i prove to the dmv that i have successfully completed this course, is this course accepted by the california dmv in order to fulfill the 30 hour requirement for drivers education.

YES! This course has been fully reviewed and accepted by the California DMV

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Frequent Questions

General note, about the course, what is the california driver education program.

If you are 15½ to 17½ years of age, the California DMV requires you to take a 30-hour driver education program that is licensed by the department in order to apply for a learner permit.

We know that you spend a lot of time in a classroom already and probably have a busy schedule. With Safe2Drive’s online CA Driver Education course, you can study our DMV-licensed material in the comfort of your own home, at the pace that works best for you (there are no lesson timers), and receive an official Certificate of Completion.

How does it work?

Follow our easy steps to get your driver license if you're 15½ to 17½ years old:

  • Register and pay for your course. It is simple and it takes less than a minute! You will create a username and password which will allow you to log in to your account as often as you like.
  • Complete the CA Driver's Ed course!
  • Pass the final exam. We know you will ace the final exam the first time but, you can take the exam as many times as you need to in order to pass, FREE of charge!
  • Once you pass the course, we will send you your Certificate of Completion (Form DL 400C) FREE of charge! This is proof that you have completed the course and will allow you to take your permit test.

To earn the California provisional instruction permit and eventually the California driver license, everyone regardless of age must pass a knowledge test on traffic laws and signs. There are 46 questions on the test. A passing score is at least 39 correct answers. You have three chances to pass the test. If you fail, you must wait 7 days before taking it again.

A proven way to increase your chances of passing your learners permit test is to study, study, and study. Safe2Drive includes practice tests free of charge to help to better prepare you for your exam! We highly encourage you to utilize this extra added feature.

When you're ready to take your written permit test, save time by scheduling your test appointment at your local DMV location by calling 1-800-777-0133 or going to the CA DMV Website .

To apply for a provisional permit, you will need the following:

  • Be at least 15 ½, but under 18 years of age.

Note: Because original signatures are required on the form and because each DL 44 contains a unique barcode which must be scanned or keyed by the DMV employee, the state of California does not provide the DL 44 online. You MUST get this form from the DMV.

To obtain a DL 44 by mail, call DMV's automated phone service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (800) 777-0133 (available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week) or visit your local DMV office to pick one up.

Note: Both parents must sign unless sole custody.

  • Provide your social security number. It will be verified with the Social Security Administration while you are in the office.
  • Give proof of your birth date and legal residence (originals or certified copies only). View acceptable documents
  • Submit a Certificate of Completion from a DMV-licensed California Driver Education course if you're under 17½.
  • Give your thumb print.
  • Pay the application fee. (This fee entitles you to three exams of any type within the 12 month period and pays for both your provisional instruction permit and your driver license. If all requirements are not met within the 12 month period, the application becomes void and all steps must be completed again.)
  • Pass a vision exam.
  • Pass a traffic laws and sign test. There are 46 questions on the test. You'll have to answer at least 39 questions correctly. You have three chances to pass the test. If you fail, you must wait seven days before taking the test again.
  • Have your picture taken.

Once you pass the test, you will be issued a California provisional instruction permit!

Note: Your permit is not active until you do your first session of professional driver training.

  • Legally, you must complete this course before moving on and practicing with your parent or legal guardian.

If you live in West Los Angeles County, Southwest Ventura County, or Riverside County, you can take your 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with our behind-the-wheel partner, Cantors Driving School. Visit Cantors Driving School's website to see service locations, pricing, and to book your driving lessons.

Once you have your California provisional instruction permit, you'll need to practice driving under supervision. A parent, guardian, spouse or adult 25 years of age or older, who has a valid California driver license, must be with you at all times when you drive. It is illegal for you to drive on your own at any time.

To get your license before you turn 18, you'll need to practice driving for at least 6 months before you take the driving test. You must complete 50 hours of practice driving with a parent, guardian, or other adult 25 years or older. Out of these 50 hours ten of them must be done at night. The adult must have a valid California driver license and certify 50 hours of practice driving.

Want to make this supervised driving period as stress-free as possible? See the California Parent-Teen Training Guide .

When you're ready to take your driving test, you must schedule your test appointment at your local DMV location by calling 1-800-777-0133 or going to the CA DMV Website .

Before being eligible to take your driving test you must:

  • Be at least 16 years old.
  • Have held your permit for a minimum of six months.
  • Have completed a DMV-licensed California driver education course (if you're under 17½ years of age).
  • Have completed 6 hours of professional driver training (if you're under 17½ years of age).
  • Have completed 50 hours of practice with an adult 25 years or older. The adult must have a valid California driver license and certify to the 50 hours of practice. At least 10 of the 50 hours must have been done at night.
  • Show proof of insurance for the vehicle you will be using for your driving test.

After you pass your driving test you will be issued an interim license valid for 90 days until you receive your new photo license in the mail.

Learning to drive safely does not end with your driving test. Your license means you have met the driving test requirements. However, in everyday driving you will have to deal with many situations and problems you did not encounter on your driving test. The best way to deal with unexpected situations is to always use the same, safe driving habits and the responsible attitude you demonstrated on your driving test.

Safe2Drive wishes you the best of luck!

Where can I complete my 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with a licensed driving school?

If you live in West Los Angeles County, Southwest Ventura County, or Riverside County, you can take your 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with our behind-the-wheel partner, Cantors Driving School. Visit Cantors Driving School's website to see service locations, pricing, and to book your driving lessons. If you live outside of these areas, you will need to find a school that's local to you. Be sure to check that the school is licensed by visiting the California DMV's website , selecting "Driving School," and either inputting the school's name, city and zip code, or entering their license number and city to ensure their license is current.

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Take the first step toward obtaining your California Provisional Driver License (DL) by completing our online drivers education course. California DMV approved.

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In California, you must be at least 15 ½ to receive a Learner's Permit.

A Learner's Permit is not a driver’s license, but rather a permit to drive under the following conditions:

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  • You must have a parent, guardian, spouse, or an adult 25 years of age or older with a driver's license in the car with you.
  • You must follow traffic laws and avoid having an accident.

To obtain your Learner's Permit, you need to:

  • Complete an online (more convenient) or classroom-based driver's education course that is equivalent to 30 hours of classroom time and is approved by the DMV. Our course qualifies for the 30 hours of classroom time. Once you complete our course, we will mail you a DMV Certificate of Completion (DL 400C) to take to the DMV.
  • Review the California Driver’s Handbook and prepare to take the DMV's written test. Below is a link to the DMV's practice tests that should help you: Samples of Driver License Written Tests

NOTE: If you are due for a vision exam or need glasses, attend to those matters before going to the DMV to get your Learner's Permit. At the DMV office, you will be tested for your ability to read a visual acuity chart.

Have the following items ready to take to DMV:

  • Driver's Education Completion Certificate (DL 400C) (we will mail you the certificate).
  • Application for Driver’s License or Identification Card (DL 44). This form is not available online. You can contact the DMV's automated phone service anytime at 1-800-777-0133 and they will mail you the form.
  • An acceptable document verifying your age and legal presence such as a birth certificate, U.S. passport or military ID, permanent resident card, certificate of naturalization or citizenship. You can receive the full list at the following link: Birth date verification and legal presence requirements
  • Your social security number and your true full name.
  • $33.00. The DMV accepts cash, money order, check, or ATM/debit card.

Make an appointment with the DMV office (walk-ins are only accepted at four DMV Driver’s License Processing Centers).

Go to the DMV office on your scheduled appointment, bring all documents, be prepared to take the written test, and pay the fee. You also need to take the vision test.

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What to do if you lose your California Pink Slip: Certificate of Driver’s Ed Course Completion (DL 400C)

by admin | May 29, 2022 | California Pink Slip for Your Permit , Get California Driving Permit

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As a new teen driver, completing your driver’s education program is a big accomplishment. It’s one of the first steps to true independence and adulthood. With this new accomplishment comes a significant amount of responsibility, but we all know accidents happen. In this article, we are going to look at what a California pink slip is, what to do if you lose or destroy it, and what to do after you get your pink slip. We will also touch on what to do if you lose your driver’s permit.

California Pink Slip: Certificate of Driver’s Ed Course Completion (DL 400C)

The phrase pink slip can be confusing because it has more than one meaning in California. Nationwide, the DMV labels a pink slip as a document that denotes ownership of a vehicle. It’s needed “anytime there’s a change to a vehicle or vessel’s registered owner or lienholder.” This is common knowledge across the country. But in California, there is a secondary meaning.

In California, a Pink Slip is a term that also refers to the certificate of completion. A new driver under the age of 18 must earn this certificate from a state-approved driver’s education program. This is not a driver’s permit or any sort of driver’s license. It’s more like a diploma showing the DMV that a teen in California has passed an accredited driver’s training program. This is the first step toward getting a permit.

An accredited online driver’s ed program like Your Drivers Ed Online issues this document within 24 hours of passing the final exam. Your Certificate of Completion (DL 400C) gets mailed to you through the US Postal Service. This certificate allows you to apply for a provisional license.

What If You Lose Your Pink Slip?

What if you lose your pink slip?

We all know accidents happen. You could take it to school and leave it on a lunch table, leave it in a pocket that ends up going through the wash, you name it — anything can happen. So what should you do if you lose your pink slip lost? 

The simple answer is: you need another one. The DMV only accepts the original pink slip you receive in the mail. They will not accept the email of course completion, screenshots proving you completed the course, a copy of the original, a photo of the original, and so on. You’ll need to contact your driver’s ed course to have it reissued.

Your Driver Ed Online’s policy is to have your parent or legal guardian get in contact with us. 

Your parent or legal guardian can send us an email at ​​ [email protected] or give us a phone call at (760) 580-1293 to discuss what happened to the original, additional costs for a new pink slip, and all other steps at getting another certified pink slip issued. We know accidents happen, so we will work with you to get you a new copy as quickly as possible so we do not delay the license process.

Steps to Take Once You Find Your Certificate of Driver’s Ed Course Completion (DL 400C)

Once you or your teen has their pink slip, here are the next steps in getting your California driver’s license.

  • Prepare the necessary paperwork outlined here .
  • Present all paperwork and the pink slip to the California DMV to apply for the provisional license
  • Complete a state-approved “driver training” program
  • Prepare for and take the California DMV’s necessary exams and driver’s license test

What To Do If You Lose Your Driver’s Permit

Although Your Driver’s Ed Online cannot help with lost driver’s permits, it is a frequent question we see, so we thought we would help guide you in case this happens. 

If you lose your official driver’s permit, unfortunately, that means another trip to the DMV. You must go to the DMV with your parent or legal guardian and report that your permit as lost or stolen. They will then print out and issue you a new one.

You cannot legally drive (even with your parent) unless you have a copy of the driver’s permit in the vehicle. Until you’ve received the replacement, you’ll need to pause any driving practice.

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Our DMV approved teen drivers education online teaches the rules and regulations of the road, as well as safe driving practices. It is completed on a computer, phone, tablet, computer or other internet-connected device and includes lessons, videos, and quizzes.

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California Driver Education is a course that provides new drivers with the knowledge and skills they need to become safe and responsible drivers. It is required for drivers under the age of 18 who are applying for their first driver’s license.

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How to Get a Driving license in Russia for Foreigners

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Driving license is an official declaration that stated you are eligible to drive on roads. Every country has its own policy on driving license regulation. In Russia, the eligible age of car driving license is 18 and 16 for the motorcycle.

Actually, getting a driving license in Russia can’t be categorized as an easy process, but this article will answer your question on how to get a driving license in Russia for foreigners.

1. Temporary Visit

Foreigners are allowed to use their own driving license up until 6 months after they come to Russia. They can use their national driving license with a condition. Their driving licenses must be translated to Russian by a notarized Russian translator. You can also check  best Cinema Theater in Moscow you can visit  and  Street Foods You Can Try When You Visit Nizhny Novgorod

Furthermore, it’s very recommendable to complete your license with the International Driving Permit (IDP). IDP is an international version from your own driving license that translates to 9 different languages. IDP can avoid any inconvenience you may get since it’s a permit approved by many countries, but it’s not a substitute for your valid driving license from your own country. You can apply for getting IDP on its website. Make sure you get this process done 3 months before you travel to Russia. You may provide some documents such as photos, a medical certificate, and an identity card/passport.

2. Permanent Residency

For people who plan to live permanently in Russia, you need to get a Russian driving license. Russian government gives you 60 days to change your national driving license into Russian if you already have a residency permit or work visa. If you don’t have any driving license then you should get a new one with Russian standart procedure. The exemption is only applied to diplomatic or consular workers.

  • If you already have your national driving license

The process and requirements really depend on what country you come from. Russia only recognizes driving licenses from countries that are the signatory to the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic. It’s an international treaty designed to facilitate international road traffic and to increase road safety by establishing standard traffic rules among the contracting parties. You can check the list of countries on the internet. The most notable countries that are not part of this convention are China and the U.S.A.

If you come from the country that is the signatory to the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic, you need to prepare these following documents: an application form, your passport translated to Russian, a medical certificate that you can get from the standard exam in any Russian clinic, your national driving license, and examination fee receipt. You’ll get a theoretical test in the Russian language at State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate or the electronic one, so you have to master the Russian language before taking the test.

The process itself after you passing the standard score of the test, showing your documents, and paying the fee, is really quick. You can get your Russian driving license in the same day. You will be allowed to driive on Russian roads after that.

How if you come from those countries that are not signatory to the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic? You have to get your Russian driving license like you’ve never made one.

  • If you don’t have the driving license yet

Before you can get the test, you have to sign up at a driving school like any other Russian citizens. There are many authorized driving schools you can choose. Choose the one that is suitable for your budget and schedule. Of course, you have to master the Russian language to ease your communication with the instructor.

The lesson you must take consists classroom sessions and practice sessions (lesson behind the wheel). The course is usually last for 3-4 months or more if you take more classes with additional fee. After getting the certificate from the driving school you can take the exam from the police’s office in your area to apply for the test.

The exam consists 2 stages: theory and practice. The theoretical test you’ll face is multiple-choice questions on the computer. The standard passing score is no more than 2 mistakes in 20 minutes given time. It’s very recommendable to practice before the test with example of questions you can find easily on the internet.

The practical test consists of 2 stages: on driving course and on city roads. From 2016, this stage becomes stricter. There are at least 5 exercises you have to complete such as reverse entry into a garage or parking space, parallel parking, turn in confined spaces, turn 90 degrees, and drive through crossroads. You will always welcome to take the tests again if you fail. If you succeed on the first attempt, congratulations! You can drive in Russia with an official driving license. The driving license is provided in form of a plastic card.

There is a brief explanation on how to get a driving license in Russia for foreigners. Make sure you practice your Russian language before applying on a Russian driving license. Mastering the Russian language will ease any obstacles you have to face including getting the driving license. Also make sure to prepare the budget for fees you have to pay for getting a Russian driving license.

After you get the license, drive safely and explore Russia wholeheartedly! You can also check  Best Shopping Place In Russia That You Must Visit  and  Best Cities to Visit for Russian Nightlife Party

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Can you use your country’s driver’s license in Russia? Should you change it to a Russian one? How to pass the driver’s exam? Let’s take a look!

1. Do you need a Russian driver’s license?

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If you’re a tourist and you’re driving either your own or a rented car in Russia then you can easily do it with your national driver’s license. According to Russia’s law on road safety, a foreign national who temporarily visits or is resident in Russia qualifies for a local driver’s license. But if the person doesn’t have one then it’s possible to use a national or an international driver’s license. The latter is valid only with the national one. This rule has one important note: Russia is a signatory to the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic and recognizes the national licenses of other signatories (among these are the UK, Germany, Italy, France and other European countries; as well as the CIS and some Latin American states). However, the U.S. isn’t a signatory to the Convention. Does this mean that you can’t drive with your American driver’s license? According to Russian law, you can use it if you have a notarized translation of the license into Russian. To be on the safe side, also carry an international license.

2. How to get a Russian driver’s license if you already have a national one

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If you have a temporary residency permit or a Russian passport, then you need to get a Russian driver’s license. Moreover, if you want to work as a driver (even if you don’t have a Russian passport), you need to get a local driver’s license. If you already have a national license, then you can change it to a Russian one, said Vladimir Starinsky, managing partner of Starinsky, Korchago and Partners.

“To do it, you need to apply with the following documents to the Road Traffic Police Office: an application, your passport (translated in Russian), medical certificate (you can pass the standard exam in most Russian clinics), a national driver’s license and examination fee receipt. If you have several driving categories, you need to pass an exam of the highest level,” Starinsky explains. The exam will be in Russian, and you can still hold on to your national license.

Moreover, if you have a residency permit, you should drive only with a Russian license; the state gives you 60 days to exchange your national license for a Russian one.

David Manukyan changed his Armenian driver’s license to a Russian one in 2014. “Armenia is a signatory to the Vienna Convention, so I needed only to show a medical certificate, pass the exam on driving theory, pay the state fee and get a Russian license on the same day,” he said. 

What to do if your country didn’t sign the Convention? Pass the exam like you never have driven before!

3. What if you don’t have a driver’s license at all?

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If your dream is to learn how to drive and you have a temporary residency permit, then you have the right to take driving lessons like any Russian citizen. First, you have to sign up for classes at a driving school, which includes classroom lessons (130 hours) and lessons behind the wheel (56 hours). For an additional fee, you can practice with an instructor as often as you want. The course lasts for 3-4 months, and after getting a certificate you can pass the exam at the traffic police’s office.

Classroom lessons are necessary to take the detailed exam of the driving rules. Passing a written test is the first stage in the exam given by traffic police. The test consists of 20 multiple-choice questions given on a computer. You have 20 minutes to pass the test and should make no more than one mistake. Then you need to pass two practical tests: on the driving course and in the city. If you fail, you can pass the exam again (the number of attempts is not restricted). But if you were successful – congratulations!  Let’s go for a drive!

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