Upon completion of the Driver Education Program and forty (40) hours of additional driving time (ten (10) of which must be completed at night), what documents are necessary to obtain a driver license?
New Hampshire does not issue learner's permits, but for the purpose of learning to drive a car, a person who has never previously held a driver license may practice driving on New Hampshire roadways under certain conditions.
Driver Education is helpful at any age, but it is required for individuals under the age of 18 who wish to apply for a New Hampshire driver license. To meet this requirement, anyone under 18 must take an approved driver education program.
There will be classroom instruction, driving with a certified driver education instructor, observation by a certified instructor, and additional supervised driving time. For the specifics of the course, please visit our Driver Education page.
The driver education school will provide a Driver Education Completion Certificate, along with a list of documents that you will need to bring to the DMV to apply for a driver license.
All public high schools offer driver education and there are many commercial schools that are licensed by the NH DMV.
Yes, there are certain restrictions and other important information for all Youth Operators.
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