GDL CLASSES & PRICES
THE GRADUATE DRIVER LICENSING PROGRAM (GDL) REQUIRES TEENS TO COMPLETE SEGMENT – I, SEGMENT – II CLASSES AND PASS A ROAD SKILLS TEST TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A MICHIGAN DRIVER’S LICENSE.
Segment -I classes are offered once a month. Teens must be at least 14 years and 8 months old to enroll in the class. Segment – I classes consist of 24 hours of classroom learning, 4 hours of observation in the training vehicle and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Teens must successfully complete segment – I to apply for a Michigan level – I license or learners permit. Behind the wheel training is outside of classroom hours.
COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE, PASSPORT, STATE ID OR SCHOOL ID WITH PARENT / LEGAL GUARDIANS.
Segment – II classes are also offered once a month. Teens may enroll in segment – II classes 90 days after completing
Segment – I and must also have 30 hours minimum of supervised driving experience including a minimum of 2 hours at night.
Segment – II consists of only 6 hours of classroom instruction, which concentrates on defensive driving and getting prepared to take a road skills test. Teens must successfully complete Segment – II to be eligible to take a road skills test.
ACCEPTED METHODS OF PAYMENT
CHECKS (PERSONAL,BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT)
ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS.
ROAD SKILLS TEST
COMPLETED SEGMENT – 1 AND SEGMENT – 2 OF THE DRIVER EDUCATION COURSE.
COMPLETED A MINIMUM 50 HOURS OF PARENTS SUPERVISED DRIVING (INCLUDING 10 HOURS OF NIGHT DRIVING.
HAS HAD A LEVEL – I LICENSE FOR A MINIMUM OF SIX MONTHS.
LEVEL – I LEARNER’S LICENSE
COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE
STATE ID OR SCHOOL ID WITH PARENTS & LEGAL GUARDIANS