Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get a permit?

If getting a Driver Education Learner Permit, you must first be enrolled in the full course. Once enrolled you will need a Certificate of Driver Education Form (CDE Form). You may obtain this at any of our locations.

When can I get a permit?

Students can get a permit at 15 years old if they have registered for a state approved 30-hour course and 6 hours of driving instruction.

How long do I have to complete the course?

We ask our students to complete the course in 120 days. If it is going to take you longer, then you will need to request an extension from your driving school.

Does the student have to take a test to get their permit?

Yes, all individuals wishing to obtain a permit must take a 50 questions multiple choice test. This test is NOT retaken when getting a license.

When can the parent start driving with their child?

You may begin driving with your child as soon as they have a permit.

When can I take the driving skills test?

Students are eligible to take the Skills Drive Test when they are 16 and 90 days of age. Scheduling can be done two weeks prior to being 16 and 90 days.

When can the student obtain their license?

Any student who completes the FULL course may get their license at 16 and 90 days. However, they must have also held their permit for 180 days. Both requirements must be met to obtain a license.

Can I do more than one drive in a day?

BMV regulations only allow students to complete one drive in a calendar day.

What vehicle is used to complete the drives?

All drives will be completed using our vehicles. Our vehicles are fully insured and have a dual control brake system.

Do the Road Skills instructors have to complete a background check?

In order to be licensed in Indiana, all instructors must have completed at least 60 college credit hours, complete a 9-college credit hour course, and every two years pass both a physical and a fingerprint-based background check.