South Jersey Driving School is your number one resource for new drivers, driver education and behind the wheel training for teens! Here are some helpful links to more information about getting your NJ drivers license, information on the NJ Graduated Driver License (GDL) laws and the importance of safe driving. To prepare your teen driver to get behind the wheel, please check out our new driver training programs and courses and contact us now to register!
Here are some helpful links regarding the importance of safe, smart and defensive driving:
NJ TEEN SAFE DRIVING COALITION
The NJ Teen Safe Driving Coalition is comprised of over 100 individuals and organizations that are committed to helping teens leverage the proven principles of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL).
The NJ Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) website resources for Graduated Driver’s License (GDL) information.
NJ MVC PERMIT PRACTICE TEST
The NJ Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) provides a NJ permit practice test to help you prepare prior to taking the written NJ permit test.
FIRST TIME DRIVER LICENSING
If you’re under 21 years old, or haven’t had a driver license, NJ requires completion of a period of supervised driving. Here’s how it works
NJ MVC 6 POINT ID VERIFICATION
In order to obtain licenses and permits at MVC, you must prove your identity by passing 6 Point ID Verification.
NJ MVC DRIVER MANUALS
The NJ Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) provides an online version of all of their driver manuals.
GDL LAWS: STATE BY STATE
Looking to find out what states you can drive in with your NJ practice permit? The Governor’s Highway Safety Association (GHSA) has provided a comprehensive list of the GDL laws state by state.
Visit fueleconomy.gov, the official US government source for fuel economy, to learn more about saving money on gas and comparing different car model’s mpg’s.
NJ TEEN DRIVING.COM
NJTEENDRIVING.COM is an amazing resource for parents of teen drivers, featuring tools, tips and various other resources to help you and your new driver.
CDC TEEN DRIVING STATISTICS
Just how important is teen-driver safety? Motor vehicle crashes are the #1 cause of death for teens. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provides a wealth of information on this important topic.
JUSTDRIVE.COM is another helpful resource for learning good habits while driving with a cell phone. Take the Just Drive Pledge and always be safe on the road.