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ECSD Driver Ed Department Contacts

Casandra Manis




Carmen Gustafson

Administrative Secretary



DMV Office Locations


6440 Hwy 95-A North, Ste. A

(850)438-6500 Ext. 3252

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

By appointment only



6451 North W Street

(850)438-6500 Ext. 3252

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Walk-in service 8:00-3:30

507 N. Navy Blvd.

(850)438-6500 Ext. 3252

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

By appointment only

213 Palafox Place

(850)438-6500 Ext. 3252

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.

8:00a.m.-4:30 p.m.

By appointment only



6495 Caroline Street


Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.


Full Service

Required Documents

Listed below are the documents the DMV office requires when issuing a drivers' license:

  •   Certified Birth Certificate
  •   Social Security Card
  •   Two proofs of address (electric bill, water bill, mortgage papers, etc.)

Additional DMV Information

Driver's Education

Driver's Education Program

The purpose of the Escambia County School District Driver's Education Program is to teach the teens of our county how to be safe and efficient drivers.  Once a student completes this course, he/she should be ready to pass the required drug and alcohol exam, road rules exam, behind-the-wheel driving test and earn his/her Class E Driver's License.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much is the fee for a permit?  The permit costs $54.25.  If your student did not pass the test in school, the first re-test at the DMV office will cost $6.25.  Every re-test after that is $16.25.
  • Do I need an appointment?  Yes, The Tax Collector's Office requires an appointment. 
  • Does my parent have to go with me to the DMV?  Yes
  • Can exchange students apply for a learner's permit?  Exchange students should bring all papers (passport, green card, etc.)
  • What tests are required to obtain a Florida's learner's permit?  Students must pass vision tests, written road signs and rules test, have a signed consent form from parent/guardian if under 18, complete traffic law and substance abuse education course, be in compliance with school attendance if under 18, have a parent present to provide 2 proofs of residency.
  • I am 18 years old and applying for my first driver's license.  What do I need to bring? First time drivers must have completed a state approved drug and alcohol traffic education course, and pass both road rules, road signs, and vision exams in a driver's license office.  If the applicant also passes the road skills exam, he can be issued a regular operator's license without delay.
  • I have my learner's permit.  When can I take my driving test for an operator's license?  Teen drivers must hold a learner's permit for one year or until their 18th birthday.  They must have no moving traffic violation convictions 12 months from issuance date of learner's permit.  A parent, legal guardian, or responsible adult over 21 years old must certify that the driver has 50 hours of driving experience, 10 of which must be at night.  You may request a driver's skills test at your local DMV office.
  • Can I make an appointment for my driving skills test?  Yes.  Road skills tests are conducted at the following offices: Escambia Tax Collector, 6451 W Street, Pensacola, FL/Santa Rosa Tax Office, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, FL.
  • Can I take the written test and date test at school?  Yes.  If you have not passed the written test or taken it and are involved in a driver's education class at school.  Your teacher is a trained 3rd party tester and can give not only the permit test but also the driving test to any student he feels is prepared.  He is not required to test all students.
  • Will taking Driver Education class help with insurance costs?  Yes and No.  You want to inquire first with your insurance company.  Some companies offer a discount for the behind the wheel portion only, some offer discounts only if the classroom and behind the wheel are taken, and then there are some companies that do not offer any discount if the course is taken.  Additionally, we have found that students who take Driver Education online (virtual) are not eligible for the insurance discount.  Again, check with your insurance company before making a decision as to which class you enroll in.
Schedule DMV Appointment Online
Schedule DMV Appointment Online

2020 summer school

Registration is closed!

Applicants who signed up will receive an enrollment email from the National Highway Safety Administration (NHSA) to their student account AND the email provided on the registration form. This email will provide steps on how to enroll/begin the course. Participants must enroll and begin by June 24, 2020; otherwise, they will be withdrawn from the course. The course must be completed by August 14, 2020.  The instructor is Mark Humphreys, contact email is

Please click on the link below to view the "Information Document" 

Information Document



Dori Slosberg

Click the image below for more info on the Dori Slosberg Foundation

DORI Saves Lives


Drivers Education Picture

Parent's Skill Guide

Parents Supervised Driving Guide


Driver's Handbook

Every year handbooks are delivered to all high schools for distribution through the Driver Education Teacher or you may pick one up at your local DMV office. You may also visit the website listed below:

DMV Driver Handbook (Laws)

DMV Permit Practice Test

Click on the link below for

access to a DMV Permit

Practice Test:


Permit Practice Test