You can enroll for a class after you turn 15 years old.

There is no hidden fee or charges. You only pay for the class.

No all driving school cars are insured, you don’t have to pay anything extra for the insurance.

We have pick up facility only for adults enroling for courses behind the wheel. Those joining other courses have to come to our office location.

For teen classes yes we do have a payment, for packages you have to pay upfront.

You can apply for your permit after you turn 15 and enrolled in Drivers Ed program.

You can get your permit if you have enrolled in a Driver Ed course, have completed the first four hours of class, and begin your Driver Ed course within 30 days.

For both your permit and license, you will need:

  1.  Certified copy of your birth certificate or
  2.  A valid passport or a state ID (if you are under 18, you can use your high school ID with picture)
  3.  Social Security card

You must submit 2 forms for residency proof.

For Teen:

  1. Most recent report card.
  2. Letter from the high school dated within 90 days.
  3. Recent bank statement.

For Adults:

  1. Lease
  2. Utility Bills.
  3. Recent bank statement
  4. Recent credit card statement.

State ID’s can be used for any of the above.

Nine months or until you turn 18, whichever comes first.

Yes, you must always have your permit/license on you when you drive.

You can start driving after the 14th day of your class room session.

Yes you have to let us know when you are available for your driving classes.

Yes we do offer lessons on weekends and evening.

You are only allowed to miss upto 4 classes. You have to makeup those classes later.

Yes, you have to finish the course within 6 months period.

No. You will only be required to submit the Certificate of Completion for an Adult Driver Education Course when applying for the Illinois Driver’s License.

The office will let you know when you can reschedule those classes and you can do some assigned work which could be provided by the instructor.

Your permit will be cancelled if you did not finish your Driver’s Ed Course.

The state requires all students to be complete their class room and BTW classes within 9 months

Then you may have to retake the whole course again.

State law requires anyone who is between 18 to 21 years of age, has to take this course.

No, If you have completed the Driver’s Ed, you don’t have to take this course.

Yes you need to provide the proof, if you cannot then you have to take 6 hours Adult course.

Yes, you can complete the 6 hours Adult in 1 day.  The course is of 6 hours which can be completed in 1 day or 3 days depending upon the your choice. .

This course is design only too be taken in a classroom setting. However, you are encouraged to have at least 20 hours of practice behind-the-wheel training before obtaining your driver license.

The course covers a traffic safety topics including but are not limited to road signs, highway signs, markings, traffic laws etc. This course also covers Risk management, decision making, how to avoid accidents, impaired driving, driver distractions due to use of cell phone, tabs and other gadgets while driving, speed limits, night driving, bad weather, use of safety belt, right-of-way and other such revelant matters.

Yes. The provider requires a written test at the end of the six hour course to ensure successful completion of the course itself. You must take and successfully complete the test.

No. However, the applicant will have to take mandatory tests at Secretary of State facility. The said permit tests includes a vision and written test.

No. You will be required to surrender the out of state driver’s license and take the applicable test(s). No proof of having taken an Adult Driver Education Course will be required.