No Road Test for ODL

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon DMV just heard a big sigh of relief from thousands of prospective drivers. Beginning in January 2014, the DMV will waive the drive test for provisional driver licenses if the applicant completes a state-approved driver education program. Students who pass the rigorous driving test in the driver education program will receive a plastic card certifying their successful completion. When they bring that card to the DMV and meet all the other requirements for driving privileges, they won’t be required to take the DMV driving test.

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