Out of Country License
Individuals who hold an out-of-Country license are required to successfully complete a vision screening, knowledge test, driving skills test, and an MVA approved three-hour alcohol and drug education program in order to convert their license to a Maryland license. If the out-of-country license is not in English, it must be accompanied by an International License, or a translation into English by an MVA approved translator.
Unfortunately, drug and alcohol use is more rampant among drivers than you may realize. Even though drivers may know it is illegal to drive under the influence, too many people assume the chances of getting caught are low.
Taking a drug and alcohol education course addresses the facts behind driving under the influence. Maryland has stringent laws and does not tolerate this irresponsible behavior. Topics discussed in class include:
- Discussion of Drugs and Alcohol on Judgement
- The Effect of These Substances on Driving Skills
- Basic Drug and Alcohol Laws
- Positive Driving Habits to Develop
- The Impact of Prescription Drugs on Driving Ability
- Different Methods of Impairment
All Sights Driving School offers the 3-Hour Alcohol & Drug Education Program (ADEP). This 3-hour class is required by the Maryland MVA for drivers who have a valid driver’s license from another country and want to apply for a Maryland driver’s license.
Once you have completed the program, you will be awarded the Alcohol and Drug Education Certificate valid for 12 months from the date of completion.
Date & Time/ Schedule
Tuesdays & Thursdays : 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Saturdays: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Due to COVID-19 In-Person Classroom Sessions for this program has been temporarily suspended
Advance registration for this class online or in person is the preferred method to secure a seat.
Cost & Payment
$70 for a 3-Hour class
Payment can be made online through this website or in person at the school with cash or money order. Payment must be received before the Drug & Alcohol Program classroom session.