Mississippi Online Drivers Ed

Mississippi Online Drivers Ed

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Mississippi Online Drivers Ed Information

In an effort to minimize the risks associated with new drivers on the road, Mississippi has implemented a GDL license program in which prospective teen drivers must meet certain milestones before obtaining a driver's license.

 

These important milestones are both age- and experience-related. The GDL program consists of the following phases:

 

  • Limited learner's permit (optional): 14 years old.
  • Learner's permit.: 15 years old.
  • Intermediate/Provisional license Eligible after holding your learner's permit for 1 year.
  • Regular driver's license: 17 years old.

 

Mississippi Learner's Permit

 

Limited Learner's Permit:

 

If you're 14 years old and you're currently enrolled in a Driver's Ed course, you can apply for a limited learner's permit in Mississippi.

 

You'll need to visit your local MS DPS office and:

 

  • Complete an Application for Mississippi Driver's License (Form DL-4, Must be notarized by your parent/guardian)
  • Present your Social Security card.
  • Show your original or certified birth certificate.
  • Submit a completed education attendance form issued by your school OR a notarized DL – Application Supplement Under 17, if you're younger than 18 years old. (Must be issued in the last 30 days.)
  • Show proof of your Driver's Ed course enrollment.

Your limited learner's permit is only valid in a driver's education vehicle with a driver's education instructor. Once you turn 15 years old, you must apply for the standard learner's permit before you can move on to the provisional license phase.

 

Standard Learner's Permit:

 

If you've reached 15 years old, you can skip the limited learner's permit stage and get a standard learner's permit. Visit a Mississippi DPS office and:

 

  • Complete an application form. (Must be notarized by your parents)
  • Present your Social Security card.
  • Show your original or certified birth certificate.
  • Submit a completed education attendance form issued by your school OR a notarized DL – Application Supplement Under 17, if you're younger than 18 years old. (Must be issued in the last 30 days.)
  • Show proof of your Driver's Ed course enrollment.
  • Pass the DMV written test and vision test.

An effective way to prepare for the written exam in Mississippi is to study with the assistance of our online course.