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Parents, we know this is a very stressful time in your lives and hopefully we can make it just a bit easier. The first thing you should do is check out our Info page. This will give you step-by-step instructions through this whole process:

  1. Take the online Driver’s Education course.

  2. Take the written permit exam at DMV. 

  3. Complete the behind the wheel training. (6 hours of instruction with a driving school required)

  4. Take the drive test at DMV. (After you have had your permit for 6 months and have completed 6 hours behind the wheel training with us)

  5. Get your license.

Through some of these steps you will need to work with your child and be as patient as possible.



  1. This one is fairly simple for the parents. Click here to purchase this course. You might need to help them get logged in, but after that, they will cruise through the course on their own. You may need to remind them once in a while to keep working on it. There is no time limit, they work at their own pace. The course saves their work and they can log back in and pick right up where they left off. After they complete the course it does not print you a completion form. An original has to be prepared and mailed to you.

  2. Take the Permit Test: Click here for detailed info on getting your Permit.

  3. Again, an appointment is not necessary, but encouraged. Just click here to schedule one.

  4. Refer to our Info page for all the details, but the most important thing is to get a certified copy of the birth certificate or the original, a copy will not work.



  1. This is where most parents start getting nervous. It is a bit scary, but at least in our vehicles, I have a brake on my side.

  2. After our initial training session, you need to let them drive as often as possible. They should be your new chauffeur. Every time you get into a car, let your child drive. (Avoid freeways and super busy places at the beginning).

  3. Click here for the DMV Parent-Teen Training Guide. This will give you a great head start on what to work on during your drives. Remember, you have been driving a long time, you are pretty much an expert. It just takes patience and time.

  4. Here is a copy of our cheat sheet on what to work on with your child during your drive time.

  5. We will also send home a sheet with your child after their first drive with anything specific to work on that we noticed they need special attention on.

  6. Never yell at them, try to be their coach. Do not nitpick, but make sure they are being safe. Take control of the wheel if needed.

  7. They are required to train 6 hours with us. After the first lesson, you will want to schedule one about 3 months after the permit and the last one right before they take their DMV drive test.

  8. If for any reason you do not think you can handle the 50 hours required for you, we would be happy to take care of that for you. 



  1. This one requires your attention. See the requirements on our Info page. Make sure the vehicle has all of the working parts as listed!

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