Maryland MVA created the Driver Education Program (DEP) for new drivers. Thus for drivers who have not yet been licensed to drive.
A new driver must take 36 hours of Driver Education Program and pass accompanying tests to be eligible to apply for Provision Licenses in Maryland. 30 hours of the 36 hours are program are delivered on the class and the remaining 6 hour are for driving practice behind the Wheel.
We train our students on MVA approved curriculum; laying emphasis on safe driving habits and adherence to traffic laws.
We hold classes all year. We have morning, evening and weekend classes. We provide a life time of safe driving techniques to our students by showing them how to avoid collision, citation and become develop safe driving habits. The 30 hours classes are taken in 3 hours per session for 10 days and the 6 hours behind the wheel is take in 2 hours per session.
In addition to passing the Driver Education Program, a new driver under 25 will have to do additional 60 hours driving practice documented in Skill log book to eligible to test for Provisional License. A new driver 25 or more are required to log 14 hours in the Skill Log Book to be eligible for Provisional License.
We offer convenient payment options for anyone that cannot pay for the entire class upfront.