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Double Team Driving School Course

8 Hour Classroom Session - 6 Hours Behind The Wheel Driving

Behind The Wheel Instruction Scheduled After First Day Of Class

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  • 1. Get Started As Soon As They Turn 14
    In order for your teen to be eligible for their Restricted License when they turn 15, which allows them to drive to and from school and/or work, they must have had an Instruction Permit for a year, and they must have passed a Drivers Ed course. When they pass the Classroom Session, they receive a special Driving School Instruction Permit that they can take to the License Bureau and exchange for the State permit to begin the one-year waiting period. Also, because they have already taken the vision and written test in class, they are qualified to skip that at the DMV.
  • 3. Enroll Just After Their 14th Birthday
    Print this "Driving Log" endorsed by the State of Kansas to archive the 44 hours of behind the wheel practice time required. Teens can log any time they drive with and parent or adult 21 years of age or older. Download Here
  • 3. . Exchange Instruction Permit At Drivers License Office
    Once your teen has passed the written test and completed the Classroom portion of our course, they will receive a special Driving School Instruction Permit that can be used for practice driving with our Instructors and any adult 21 or over. However, in order to start the clock on the one-year waiting period to be eligible for the 15 Year Old Restricted License, they must exchange the Driving School Permit for a regular State issued Permit at the Drivers License Office. Possessing a Driving School Permit qualifies them to exchage Permits without having to take the written test at the Drivers License Office. Map
  • 4. Schedule Double Team Behind The Wheel Instruction
    Download this "Parent-Teen Drving Agreement" that let's you set boundaries in a collaborative, positive and upbeat manner. Download Here
  • 5. Practice, Practice, Practice!"
    Statistics prove that student drivers who accrue the most driving experience while holding an Instructional Permit are far less likely to be involved in an accident when they get their first license. Nothing can replace time behind the wheel in that regard, and we consider it just as important as what we teach in our course.
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  • 7. Course Completion Fulfills Drivers Ed Requirement For Restricted License
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