Driver Ed FAQ
Does a commercial provider of driver education provide the same level of instruction?
Yes, a commercial school has the same classroom and behind-the-wheel requirements as a public school.
Are parents required to provide additional behind-the-wheel driving experience?
Yes. After receiving a Level 1 license, a parent, legal guardian or designated licensed adult (age 21+) must provide a minimum of 50 hours behind-the-wheel (10 hours at night) experience before applying for a level 2 license. 30 hours (2 hours at night) of the required 50 hours must occur before enrollment in Segment 2 Driver education.
What is your refund policy?
We do not provide refunds.
Where can the students take the road test?
What materials are available to assist the parent with behind-the-wheel experience?
Michigan has developed a booklet called "Road Skills Test Study Guide" that provides detailed instructions on preparing for the road test. This book is provided free from the Secretary of State.