Good Driver Discount Fairness Issue Resolved

Numerous homeschool families that applied for the Good Student Driver Discount for their qualif ied teens were denied the discount by their auto insurance company. HEAV received several phone calls concerning the financial difficulty this was creating for the families…

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Virginia Homeschooling and Driver’s Education

This weekly Q&A Live session with Yvonne Bunn answers your homeschool questions about driver’s education for Virginia homeschoolers. Join us on Facebook each Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. to hear a different question each week. Have a question you’d like…

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Driver’s Ed District 8

Q. Are homeschoolers in Planning District 8 required to complete and to sign the “Parent/Teen Driving Agreement” included with the “Affirmation of Completion” form? A. Only teens and parents residing in Planning District 8 (the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun,…

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Ordering License Plates

Q. How can I get an “Education Begins at Home” license plate? I’m so encouraged when I see them on cars! A. Since 2005 when HEAV initiated legislation in Virginia to create the first homeschool license plate in the nation—“Education…

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Planning District Eight Online Program

Homeschool teens who are taking the online driver-education course in Planning District Eight* have a new option for viewing the required 90-Minute Parent/Student Driver Education component. Students and parents can now complete the program online at http://www.90minparentteen.org/. The cost of…

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Driver’s Education Discount

Q: Is there a discount code for any of the parent-taught driver education programs? A: Yes, there is a 10% discount for the National Driver Training Institute if you use the promotional code “HEAV.”

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Religious Exemption and Driver Ed Correction

Note: This Q&A is a follow-on post to the “Religious Exemption and Driver’s License” Q&A published last week. Q. I’m a little confused and think some details may be missing from last week’s question about religious exemption and driver’s education….

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Religious Exemption and Driver’s Licenses

Q. We are homeschooling for religious reasons, and my teen wants to get a driver’s license. The DMV says I need a letter. What can I do? A. The Virginia Code requires that the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) have…

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P.E. and Driver’s Education Credits

Q. Is there a requirement for high school homeschoolers to have two years of P.E.? Also, where on a transcript do I give credit for P.E. and driver’s education? A. Homeschoolers are not required to have two years of physical…

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