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Pennsylvania Drivers Ed

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Get your Pennsylvania learners permit
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Once you're at least 16 years of age, head to the PennDOT driver license center and take the knowledge exam. You'll want to study from the Pennsylvania Driver Manual to gain the necessary knowledge for your permit test. Once you pass the exam and fill out some forms with your parents, you'll be granted your instruction permit. Score!

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Complete in-car practice
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Practice makes perfect! The state of Pennsylvania requires you to hold your permit for at least 6 months and have 65 hours of behind-the-wheel practice. This is where you'll become the driving pro you were always meant to be. You've got this!

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Get your junior license
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Now that you've held your permit for 6 months and completed your 65 hours of behind-the-wheel practice, it's time to Ace your driving test. You're now a licensed Pennsylvania driver- good work!

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Earn your senior license
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It's time to dump that junior license and graduate to your senior license! Sign up and complete the Aceable course. We'll keep you entertained with memes, videos and a friendly robot instructor named Ace. Once you complete the course and you're 17.5 years of age you can apply for your senior license. Yes!