Navigating the DMV - Danbury, CT

Posted by Mariah Gromelski on Sep 7, 2016 3:00:00 PM

 

If the thought of a DMV visit feels like an obstacle course that’s set up just for you to fail, you’ve come to the right place. As promised, The Next Street is still working diligently at maneuvering through each office in Connecticut; stick with us and your next trip to the Department of Motor Vehicles will be a joy ride.

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Topics: DMV, CT DMV, Learner's Permit, driver's license

How to Get a CT Learner's Permit for International Students

Posted by Carissa Plourde on Jun 16, 2016 3:00:00 PM

In order to get your Learner's Permit in Connecticut you must be 16. You may schedule your permit for your 16th birthday or later. A permit test can be taken before or after you sign up for driver’s education classes. If you don’t have your permit, book now because the DMV regularly books out on average of 2 months.

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Topics: Learner's Permit, international students

Must Know Driver's Ed Info

Posted by Christine Rodriguez on May 31, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Go Ahead. Learn Our Rules!

We understand that driver's ed is just one more thing on your running list of things to do. We get it! Keep these important policies and procedures in mind when signing up, and your entire experience will be easy and stress free. 

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Topics: New Driver, Driving Lesson, Driver's Ed, Learner's Permit

How To: Get Your CT Learner's Permit

Posted by Dave Becker on May 16, 2016 4:35:53 PM

Once you turn 16 you are eligible to apply for your permit. This can be done before or after you sign up for classes but must be done before any private driving lessons can be taken. If you don’t have your permit already, book your CT permit test now. Your license testing eligibility doesn’t start until you get your permit and the DMV often books dates 2 months out!

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Topics: New Driver, Driver's Ed, Learner's Permit, DMV, Permit Test, Permit

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Remember:

  • Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens
  • Car crashes are preventable
  • Discussing safe driving habits with family and friends will help spread awareness

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