- Video Tips
- Stop Aggressive Driving Campaign
- The Cost of Underage Drinking and Driving
- Sharing the Road with Motorcycles
- Do You Know Delaware's Seatbelt Law?
- Skills Mastery Checklist
- Dangerous Distractions and Conditions
- Dangerous Distractions/Conditions Checklists
- Stop Speeding Before it Stops You!
- Pedestrian Tips for Drivers
- Checkpoints: Zero Tolerance for Underage Drinking
For eligibility guideline information regarding a Level 1 Learner's Permit, Class D License, Drivers Education Learner's Permit, or an out-of-state license transfer, view the corresponding page below.
A Level 1 Learner's Permit is issued to applicants 16 years of age up to 18 years who:
- Completed an approved Driver Education Training Course
- Passed a written and road test given by a driver education instructor
- Been certified by a driver education instructor as qualified for licensing (blue certificate)
- Have a sponsor to sign the application
A Class D License is issued to applicants 17 years of age and over who:
- Are credited with 12 months of Level 1 Learner's Permit valid driving authority and
- Have a sponsor to sign the application if under the age of 18
A Driver Education Learner's Permit is issued to applicants who have reached 16 years of age and have a:
- Driver education instructor's recommendation (white certificate)
- Sponsor to sign the application
Have you moved here from another state? Check out the eligibility guidelines for Out of State Transfers.