Driver's Manual Course For 3 Exam Failure

Driver's Manual Course for 3 Exam Failures

A DMV approved 8-hour curriculum of classroom instruction for individuals who failed the knowledge (permit) test three times and need to take the test a fourth time. When the course is completed, the individual submits their certificate of completion to DMV for a chance to test again.


Course consists of PowerPoint presentation, class discussion, workbook and final exam. The final exam is 50 multiple choice questions  and a minimum score of 80% is required to successfully pass. If the final exam score is below 80%, you may return to take the exam again at no additional charge. However, per DMV rules, you can only take the final exam once per calendar day.

Under Age 18 Requirements

If you fail the knowledge exam three times and are under age 18, you must retake the classroom component of driver education. If you wish to take the 8-hour driver's manual course, you must provide proof of having completed the Driver Education Course, the classroom component, before you are allowed to take the driver's manual course.

The Course Fee per Individual is $100

Step 1: Complete the registration form below


Step 2: Pay the course fee online with a card (optional)


On the day of class, you must bring the following:

  • Provide a government-issued photo ID


  • If under age 18, proof of completion of the Driver Education Course


  • Cash or money order for course fee (if you did not pay online)

Registration is Required

Please register at least 1 day before the class date to allow us enough time to get student materials printed and organized. 


Walk-ins may be accepted into the class when there are seats and student materials available.