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Driving instructor teaching the student about the guidelines

• At 15 years and 5 months of age, you are allowed to start drivers education classes.


• 15 years and 6 months is when you are allowed to take and pass the permit test and start driving with a parent or other licensed drivers ed instructor.


• If you're 16 years of age and still driving with a permit, the licensed driver riding with you must be at least 21 or older.

As a teenager, we know you’re chomping at the bit to get out there behind the wheel on your own. But—as, no doubt, your parents and everyone else have told you—driving is a privilege, not a right. There are a few things that have to happen for you to be eligible.


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Guidelines to acquire your driving permit and license

• You can take the test after six months from the day you pass the permit test and receive your permit.


• You must have driven 50 hours with a parent (10 of these hours must be in the dark).


• You must have participated in 24 hours of driver's education classes.


• You must have completed the 8 hours of driving with an instructor.

Criteria for taking the driver's test

• Professional instruction

• Flexible scheduling

• Teens and adults

1-on-1 driving lessons with certified instructors

• Adult remedial classes

• 3 convenient locations

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