Winfield Court allows students who received their moving violation from the Winfield Police Department to complete their course online with TrafficSchool.com. *Do not take this course unless your violation was issued by the Winfield Police Department. This course is not approved for violations issued by the West Virginia State Police or the Putnam County Sheriff's Department.
Learning to drive is a big deal in any West Virginia teen's life. Before you can earn a license from the WV DMV, new drivers must pass a written traffic law exam administered by the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles.
Taking any test can be nerve-racking, let alone taking a test at the DMV. Taking your WV permit test doesn't have to be a frightful experience as long as you are prepared. Taking an unlimited amount of DMV practice tests is a great way to sharpen your mind and build your confidence before the big test day at the Division of Motor Vehicles.
TrafficSchool.com has teamed up with Drivers Ed Direct to offer both West Virginian teens and parents a driver's education experience worthy of our stamp of approval. Drivers Ed Direct, a nationally recognized driving school, has been featured on several national news and TV programs. West Virginian teens love Drivers Ed Direct for their educational yet down to earth approach to driver's education. Parents rave about affordable prices and the high quality of education.
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Please Note: Drivers Ed Direct's DMV Practice Tests are intended solely as a supplemental West Virginia driver's education tool to be used in conjunction with a quality WV Division of Motor Vehicles approved driver education program. Drivers Ed Direct also strongly recommends that every teen in The Mountain State thoroughly read and study the West Virginia DMV Driver Handbook.
Empower Your Fleet Employees! As a manager of a large or small fleet of vehicles in West Virginia , we know how important your bottom line is. Our online Fleet Safety School has been proven to reduce workplace accidents, improve driver attitude, and help you keep the cost of operating a fleet in The Mountain State under control.
Driving is a privilege in the state of West Virginia. In order to maintain knowledgeable and qualified drivers on our highways, currently licensed drivers must be retested on the rules of the road every few years. Re-examination is one way the WV DMV keeps drivers up-to-date with the current West Virginia Vehicle Code and aware of state traffic laws that change yearly.
PLEASE NOTE: The West Virginia Driver License Renewal course is an ELECTIVE COURSE and is not required by the state of West Virginia, nor is this course approved by the West Virginia DMV. This course is recommended as an educational tool to help you become a more knowledgeable and defensive driver, and to prepare you to pass your WV DMV written driver license examination.