DRIVERS EDUCATION

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

TEENAGE DRIVER EDUCATION

My child’s high school won’t sign the verification of Enrollment and Attendance (VOE) Form because they say that my child missed too many classes. Can they do that?

Yes. The issuance or denial of the VOE Form is strictly a local decision, and districts (or schools) are permitted to impose conditions and restrictions on enrollment and attendance as they pertain to driver license eligibility. Neither TDLR nor DPS can alter a VOE decision.

What is a student’s alternative to getting a Verification of Enrollment and Attendance (VOE) form from his or her high school during summer months when the high school is closed?

If the Verification of Enrollment and Attendance (VOE) Form (PDF) is issued the last week of school or during the summer, it is valid for more than the normal 30 days…

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Can I get a copy of the Verification of Enrollment and Attendance (VOE) form here?

You may download a blank copy of the most recent VOE Form. This form must be completed by a qualified person at your high school. Your parent may complete this form ONLY IF YOU ARE IDENTIFIED AS A HOME-SCHOOLED STUDENT.

Do you have a list of the currently licensed driver education schools?

Yes, please see our list of the licensed driver education schools by city.

Do you have a list of the public schools that teach driver education?

No. Please contact your local Independent School District to see if they offer driver education classes.

If I have a complaint about a driver education school, who should I contact?

Please file your complaint online using our Online Complaint Process website.

If I have other questions about teenage driver education, who should I contact?

Please contact our Customer Service Division at CS.Driver.Education.Safety @tdlr.texas.gov or 1-800-803-9202.