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  • Effective January 1, 2013

    -All front and backseat passengers (rather than just front seat passengers) traveling in a motor vehicle must wear seat belts when the vehicle is in motion.  

    -Vehicles are not allowed any type of electronic display that is visible from the driver’s seat while the car is in motion.  This does not include navigational (GPS) systems.

    Reminder:

    Cell phone usage in Construction and School Zones is prohibited.

    Effective January 1, 2008

    -New Graduated Drivers Licensing (GDL) Laws Go Into Effect

    Effective July 22, 2006

    -50 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction, at least 10 hours of which must have been at night,

    in order for the minor to receive a graduated driver's license.

    Effective January 1, 2006

    -Each driver under the age of 18 years and each of the driver's passengers under the age of 19 years (changed from 18) shall wear a safety belt.

Licensing Documents

Driver's Education Parents' Night Information

  • First Semester 2016 - August 10, 2016 - 7:00 p.m. in the East Campus Auditorium- Parents & Students

    Second Semester 2017 - November 30, 2016 - 7:00 p.m. in the East Campus Auditorium- Parents & Students

    Summer School 2017 - TBD at 7:00 p.m. in the East Campus Auditorium- Parents & Students 

  • Is 16 Too Young To Drive?

    Sixteen Is Too Young To Drive:

    Taking Control When Your Teen’s Behind-The-Wheel

    Authors: Donna Crossman, Richard Crossman
     

    Research indicates, that parent involvement is the key to averting tragedy and reducing the teen driver accident rate. Sixteen Is Too Young To Drive is a resource to help parents safely manage the learning to drive process. This book is full of essential information and must-have advice for all parents who ultimately must face this most daunting task.

     
     
     
     
     

    Crash-Proof Your Kids: 

    Make Your Teen A Safer, Smarter Driver

    Author:  Timothy C. Smith

     
    Knowledge and experience, obviously, are the key. And Smith’s book can help parents send kids in the right direction through his hands-on lessons. He offers defensive driving and crash-avoidance techniques, shows the skills you should teach your kids and explains how to deal with distractions, bad road conditions and drug/alcohol issues.