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Edwards Driving Center is now offering MVA-Certified 36 Hour Driver's Education!

Driver Education includes 30 Hours of Classroom Instruction and 6 Hours of Behind the Wheel Training. Class price is $400 which requires a $100 deposit to reserve your spot and the remaining balance due is by the 5th day of class. Classes are filled on a first come first served basis. Students must be 15 or older to take Driver Education.



Winter Classes

Class Full February 20 - March 3

Spring Classes

March 20-31

April 17-28

May 15-26


Orientation (1st Class) is Mandatory for both In-Person and Virtual Classes.

We strongly recommend Parents/Driving Coaches to attend Orientation.

Click HERE to Register

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a Learner's Permit to take Driver's Ed?

No, Students can take Drivers Ed as early as 15 yrs old, however the student will not be able to take the Behind the Wheel portion until they receive their learner's permit.


What do I need for class?


Learner's Permit or Birth Certificate (If Learner's has not been issued)

Do Parents have to attend Orientation?

Parent attendance is highly recommended. At Orientation we will review School Policies, MVA Rights and Responsibilities, Curriculum Requirements, New Laws, and How to Schedule Drives.

What if I miss a class?

A missed class can be made up in the next Driver's Ed Class that will cover the Unit missed.

Students cannot miss more than 4 class days and the 1st day of class is Mandatory.

What are the steps to getting a Driver's License?

Maryland's Graduated Licensing System (GLS)

1. Learner's Permit (Minimum Age 15 & 9 Months)
Applicants must pass a Vision Screening and Knowledge Test

To practice the knowledge test online Click Below

Practice Knowledge Test

2. Provisional License (Minimum Age 16 & 6 Months)
A Driver is eligible for a Provisional after

  • Completing Driver's Education

  • Maintaining a Conviction Free or Probation Before Judgement (PBJ) Free              Driving Record for the required minimum permit holding period

  • Completing Practice Skills Log

  • Passing MVA's Skills Test

How to Prepare for Your Driver's Test

3. Driver's License (Minimum Age 18)

A Driver is eligible for a Driver's License after

  • Holding a Provisional License for at least 18 months

  • Remaining Conviction or Probation Before Judgement Free within the previous 18 months 

After meeting all requirements as a Provisional Holder MVA will automatically convert the Provisional License to a Driver's License

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