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10902 Reisterstown Road 

Suite 101

Owings Mills Maryland 21117

Phone: 410-764-1133

General Email: info@driversedu.net

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Contact Business Office

Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm

Sat/Sun: By Appointment Only

Classroom and testing hours are as indicated on your service confirmation email.  To schedule an appointment click here for walk in hours call 410-764-1133.

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On the 1st day of class all participants under the age of 18 will have the following documentation that requires a parent signature. This documentation must be completed and returned on day 2 of the program.


1. Bill of Rights for Drivers Education

2. Drivers Edu. Driving School Terms Fees and Policies.


Young Driver Safety for Teens and Parents


  • Maryland Online Driver Test Tutorial – One of our most popular destinations, this page lets you test your knowledge of the Maryland Driver’s Manual before you take the real knowledge test for your Learner's Permit.

  • Maryland Driver's Test (Video) – Want some tips on how to prepare for your driving test? Check out this quick video that walks you through some of the common issues that drivers face during the skill test.

  • Maryland Driver's Manual – This is THE guide to helping you understand the basics of driving to prepare you for the Learner's Permit knowledge test and for taking the Driver Education program.

  • Parents: YOU Hold the Keys to Your Teen's Driving – Helping your child learn how to drive can be a challenging.  This pamphlet will provide you with some practical tips to help you help your teen learn to drive safely.  It also provides a link to a survey for parents about driving and teaching teens to drive.

  • Parents: Take the "YOU Hold the Keys" Survey – Please take our brief survey about the graduated licensing systems or GLS, traffic safety and the rules that apply to new drivers.  Your responses to this survey will help the MVA develop programs for new drivers and their coaches.

  • Guideline for Parents of New Teen Drivers – Need some practical tips to help you teach your teen to drive?  This page offers practical suggestions and a link to the Parent Teen Driving Agreement.

  • Maryland Graduated Driver Licensing System Brochure – Understanding when, where and with whom your new driver can drive can be stressful.  If you are feeling a little confused and overwhelmed by all of the GLS regulations, this pamphlet outlines in clear format exactly what your teen driver can do and when.

  • Maryland Parent-Teen Driving Agreement – Do you need help setting up some rules and guidelines for your new driver? Research indicates that an agreement between parents and teens to set rules and establish consequences is one of the most effective tools to keep new drivers safe.  If you don’t know how to create that agreement, this page will give you some sample forms and recommended guidelines.

  • Teen Driving (YouTube Video)

  • Young Driver Safety in Maryland

  • Additional Young Driver Links & Resources – Need more information? This will link you to organizations that support new drivers and their coaches.  Some of the information is practical, some research; but all of it helps the parent and the new driver get control of the challenging and rewarding responsibility of driving.

Never use a cell phone while driving 

If you are chatting on a cell phone or sending and receiving text messages, you will not be giving your driving your full attention, and you will not be aware of what is going on with other drivers around you. Using a cell phone is extremely distracting, and you should only use it when the car is parked.

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