Driver's license applicants who fail the knowledge exam or road skills test three times must successfully complete the applicable knowledge or in-vehicle component of a driver education course before they can take the examination a fourth time.
Failing the Knowledge Test
If you have failed the knowledge test three times and are age 18 or over,you must either retake the classroom component of driver education (consisting of 36 50-minute classroom sessions) or complete an 8-hour Driver's Manual course.
The Driver's Manual course is an 8-hour course based on the Virginia driver's manual and is designed to better prepare individuals for the knowledge test. The completion date of the driver's manual course must be after the date of your third knowledge test failure. When you have successfully completed either the classroom component of driver education or the Driver's Manual course and have provided DMV with your certificate of completion, you can retake the knowledge exam.
If you have failed the knowledge test three times and are under age 18,you must retake the classroom component of driver education. If you wish to take the Driver's Manual course, you must provide proof of having completed the classroom component of driver education before you are allowed to enroll in the Driver's Manual course.
This is an 8 hour class and the cost is $125,00
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