Selecting a driver training school is a most important decision. Some things to consider when selecting a school are:
Segment I classes must be a full 24 hours of classroom instruction, as prescribed by state law following a printed lesson plan available for your inspection, and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. The behind-the-wheel instruction should address teh 47 plus written objectives as published by the Michigan Department of Education. The students performance record should be available for your inspection documenting successful completion of each of the performance objectives. Ideally the classroom time and the behind-the-wheel driving instruction should be coordinated for maximum effect. Some schools provide all 24 hours of classroom instruction and then offer behind-the-wheel training. Some schools utilize a range as a money saving technique, Quality One provides 6 hours of on the road training. Does the school offer a parents meeting and do they issue a temporary driver license to the student to practice with a licensed parent? Remember that the more driving time on the road, the better the opportunity to acquaint the student with traffic hazards, defensive driving skills and more opportunity to correct early mistakes. Does the school allow you to enroll your student at 14 years 8 months as intended by the Michigan Graduated Licensing law? By early enrollment the student will have at least one full year of supervised driving before being allowed to drive by him/herself.
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