Taking a driver education course allows a person, in the state of Indiana, to receive their learner’s permit as early as the age of 15. Without a driver education course, that same person would have to wait till age 16.
A driver education course also allows a person to receive their probationary license approximately three months earlier than one who has not taken a driver education course. Many insurance companies provide a discount to individuals who have a driver education course on their record.
Download our Process for Student/Guardian Sheet (). You may use this as a checklist!
Many students are involved in a variety of extracurricular, religious, and personal activities that sometimes interfere with the Driver Education Process. The Driver Education Center will do what they can to assist you in this matter. Missed classroom times are made-up with the next scheduled session, therefore missing a day or two will not be a problem. Drive times will be scheduled at the Parent Orientation meeting. Having a list of when you can, or cannot, drive will be beneficial in scheduling your drive times.
Yes you can! You must have a certificate from the Online Class stating that you have passed the Classroom portion. We may only accept certificates from Online Providers from the BMV List ().
The Driving Skills Test is given with an instructor in our program. This means that students will more than likely have an Instructor they have met before administering their driving skills test.
The test is taken using one of our vehicles in our fleet. Therefore, the student/parent will not need to provide a vehicle for the test. Furthermore, our vehicles are up to date with the newest safety technologies.
The student may take the Driving Skills Test anytime they are ready after successfully completing the Teen Driver Program.
The Driving Skills Test passing score remains for the life of the student’s permit. As long as the student holds his/her permit for 180 days and reaches the age of 16 years and 180 days, he/she may visit the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to receive his/her Probationary License without taking the Driving Skills Test with the BMV.
Visit the following to see what options we have for you:
Adult Driving Program
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