Advance Directive Information Sheet gives a brief overview of an advance directive and provides a list of contacts to obtain additional information. For more information, please visit the http://www.oag.state.md.us/Healthpol/AdvanceDirectives.htm Maryland Attorney General's website.
Certification of Insurance & Authorization to Operate Vehicle is a certification requirement for the applicant and a responsible adult to complete and sign before the Maryland Noncommercial Class C Driver's Test can begin.
Emergency Contact Information Card (Form #DL-301) provides a wallet sized card to list emergency contact information. In the event of an emergency, the contact card provides law enforcement and medical personnel information to quickly contact family and/or designated contacts.
Employer/Off-Site Testing Program Daily Log Sheet (form DL-057)
How to Apply Maryland License - Brochure (Form #DL-008)
How to Prepare for Your Maryland Noncommercial Class C Driver's Test provides information on how to prepare for your Maryland Noncommercial Class C Driver's Test.
Learner's Permit School Attendance Certification (Form #DL-300) is used to demonstrate acceptable school attendance for learner's permit applicants under the age of 16. This completed form must be submitted along with appropriate documents at the time of the learner's permit application.
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The Maryland Parent-Teen Driving Agreement (Form #RD-016) can be used as a guide to develop a series of driving agreements between parents and teens that set down the rules of the road for driving.
Motor Vehicle Fees (Form #VR-316) is a guide to fees charged by the Motor Vehicle Administration for various products and services provided related to titling, registration, driver licensing, business licensing, etc.
Organ Donor Program (Form #DL-087) provides additional information regarding the Organ Donor Program.
Parents: YOU Hold the Keys to Your Teen's Driving details the importance of parental involvement in teen driving. The more time a parent invests in their teen's learning-to-drive experience, the better driver they will become.
Renew by Mail (Form #DL-008b) describes the procedure to follow if one is eligible to renew a driver's license by mail. The information will be sent to you when it is time to renew your driver's license.
The Rookie Driver Everything You Need to Know brochure (DL-060) provides information on Maryland's Graduated Licensing System and the requirements that new drivers must complete to obtain a full driver's license.
Rookie Driver Skills Log and Practice Guide (Form #RD-006) provides instruction to assist parents or mentors working with a new driver, in conducting a minimum of 60 hours of instruction, which is required of all new drivers before a Provisional Driver's License can be awarded.
Rookie Driver Skills Log and Practice Guide - Spanish Version (Form #RD-006S)
Please note: Please bring the completed Log in with you when you visit the MVA to obtain your provisional license. Do not tear the "Certification for New Drivers" out of the Log prior to your visit to the MVA.
Vision Screening Form (Form #DL-043A) can be used by your ophthalmologist/optometrist to record your vision screening results. Additional information on http://www.mva.maryland.gov/Driver-Services/Vision-Requirements/ vision screening requirements is available.
Please note: This form will not be accepted when renewing your driver's license by mail. Please use the vision screening form included in the renewal packet.
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