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Frequently Asked Questions - After You Have Passed Your PA Driving Exam

New drivers and inexperienced drivers (especially teens) have a higher risk of being in an accident, insurance companies often charge more to cover them.
The required documents may vary depending on the policies of the insurance company to which you are applying. Generally, you should bring information related to your vehicle, and you should be able to provide basic information about yourself (proof your identity, residency, etc.).
Prices vary depending on your car, your driving record, your age and other factors.
Once you have passed your PA Driving Exam, you will receive your Junior Driver's license. You will possess this license for 12 months. If you have a good driving record, you will then be able to receive an unrestricted license.
Yes. Initially, you will receive a Junior's License, which you will have to maintain for 12 months. With a junior's license you will not be able to drive between 11 PM and 5 AM unless you are accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older. Additionally, you are not allowed to drive with more than one non-family member who is under 18 during this year. If you keep a good driving record during the 12 months, you will then receive your senior driver's license.
Yes. You will. In the state of Pennsylvania, every driver must have liability coverage of $15,000, at minimum, for each person of the other vehicle in the event of an accident that was your fault. You must also be able to cover $5,000 in property damage.