FORMS AND FAQS
Online Driver Education Course
MVA has authorized the classroom portion of the Driver Education course to be taught online, using a virtual classroom format with a live instructor. The course also includes 3 in-car driving lessons, which will be scheduled later after businesses and schools in Maryland re-open.
The online course is conducted using the popular Zoom video conferencing service. Zoom is compatible with the majority of computers and mobile devices in use today.
To participate in the online classroom portion of the course, MVA requires you to use a device with a web camera or built-in camera so that the teacher can verify each student's presence and participation in class.
For example, you can use a computer with a camera attached, or you can use a laptop, tablet, or phone with a built-in camera.
Have questions about the driver education process? Here's what you need to know.
A: Please upload your birth certificate or your learner's permit. Students are not required to have a learner's permit to attend the classroom portion of the course.