Nebraska Frequently Asked Questions
How old do I have to be to get my Nebraska learners permit?
Normally in Nebraska, you can apply for a Nebraska learners permit (LPD) 60 days prior to your 15th birthday. When you turn 15, you can receive your LPD.

However, if you are a Nebraska teen living in a rural community more than 1/5 miles from your school, you can apply for a school learner's permit (LPE) at 14.  After two (2) months of supervised driving, you can either complete a Nebraska driver education course or provide the Nebraska DMV with a parent-signed form showing 50 hours of supervised practice driving.  Once you have done this, you will be eligible for your school permit (SCP), and can drive unsupervised to and from school while you prepare for your provisional Nebraska drivers license.
How old do I have to be to get my Nebraska drivers license?
You need to be at least 16 years old before applying for your Nebraska drivers license, called a provisional operators license (POP).
What paperwork or documents do I need in Nebraska before I can learn to drive a car?
When you go to the drivers test site, you will need to bring with you proof of your identity, two (2) forms of address verification, and written parental approval.
How many questions are on the final exam at the end of your course? What if I don’t pass the test?
Teen Driving Course Nebraska online driver education class includes a 25 question final exam at the end of the class.  You need to get at least 20 questions right (80%) in order to pass it.  If you fail the first time, don't freak out!  You may retake the exam as many times as you need to pass at no extra cost to you.
Does your course meet Nebraska DMV requirements?
Nebraska Teen Driving Course is primarily a supplementary education tool which helps prepare you for your drivers test and helps you become a safe and smart driver.  However, you should contact the Nebraska DMV--particularly if you live in extremely remote rural area--to see if Teen Driving Course's online driver education class can be taken in place of a state-approved driver education clasroom course.
How long until I receive my Nebraska online driver ed certificate of completion from Teen Driving Course?
When you sign up with Teen Driving Course, you can choose from several shipment options.  For no added cost, the US postal service will deliver it via regular mail.  This usually takes 3-5 business days.  If you would like expedited service, FedEx can deliver it to you via or 3rd Day, 2nd Day, or Overnight Delivery Service.  There is an additional fee if you choose FedEx. 
When can I start driving on my Nebraska learners permit?
You can begin driving now if you've received your learners permit, but remember you must be accompanied by a 21-year old licensed Nebraska driver seated in the front passenger seat.  If you are still 14 years old and driving on a school learners permit while practicing to receive a learners permit, you must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian while you drive to school.
How long do I need to wait in Nebraska before I can upgrade from a learners permit to a drivers license?
You must hold your Nebraska learners permit for at least six (6) months without accumulating three (3) or more points on your driving record before applying for your drivers license.  If you do, the Nebraska DMV will allow you to apply for a provisional drivers license.
In Nebraska, do I have to do behind-the-wheel training?
Before you can apply for a Nebraska provisional drivers license, you must complete a Nebraska DMV-approved driver education course and pass a written and driving test given by driver education course provider.  Alternatively, you can also present to the Nebraska DMV a 50-hour certification form signed by a parent, guardian or licensed driver who is at least 21 years old.  This form must show you have completed all 50 hours of practice driving under proper supervision, and 10 of the 50 hours must take place at night.
Do I need to practice driving outside of class to get my Nebraska drivers license?
You may choose in Nebraska to receive driver education training in a classroom, or accumulate 50 hours of supervised driving outside the classroom.  However, you must complete one of these driver training programs to receive a Nebraska drivers license.
Can my friends ride with me after I get my Nebraska learners permit? Or my provisional drivers license?
If you hold a Nebraska learners permit, you must be accompanied by a 21-year old licensed driver in your passenger seat at all times when you drive.  You may be able to drive with passengers after dark.  Please contact the Nebraska DMV for complete details.

For the first six months after receiving your Nebraska provisional drivers license, you may not drive with more than one (1) passenger who is less than 19 years old unless they are immediate family members.
Can I drive alone with my Nebraska learners permit or provisional license?
No.  You cannot drive without a 21-year old licensed Nebraska driver while you still have only your Nebraska learners permit.  The only exception to this is If you hold a school permit (available to Nebraska residents living in certain rural areas), you may drive unsupervised to and from school only, but nowhere else.

You will be able to drive alone once you receive your Nebraska provisional drivers license, but only between the hours of 6am and 12 midnight.
How Much is Teen Driving Course?
It depends on what season it is.  Please see our "course options" page for a complete list of Teen Driving Course's current prices.
Do you offer refunds?
Yes, we do.  If you aren't happy with Teen Driving Course, just contact us before we send out your completion certificate, and we will refund your money.  It's our 100% money-back guarantee on all our Nebraska online drivers education classes.
In Nebraska, how many opportunities will I have to take the final exam for TeenDrivingCourseonline driver education class?
You have UNLIMITED opportunities to pass Teen Driving Course's Nebraska online drivers education class final exam at no additional cost!
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