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12259 Snowview Lane
Freeland, MI 48623
800-482-6593

Student Drivers School FAQ's

Are all the driving schools listed on your website fully-certified by the Michigan DMV to offer behind-the-wheel training courses in Michigan?
The driving school directory on our website is for your convenience only, and we cannot absolutely guarantee that every driving school listed is currently accredited to offer behind-the-wheel training courses in Michigan.  We suggest you contact the Michigan DMV to make sure a particular driver training school is accredited before you register for their driving course.
Will the Michigan DMV allow my parents to supervise my driving practice instead of requiring me to take a behind-the-wheel training course at a state-approved driving school?
Possibly.  Some states will allow your parents to supervise your driving practice as a substitute to taking a driver training course with a professional driving instructor.  You will need to contact the Michigan DMV to find out if your driver training may be done by your parents in Michigan.
What if I don't know how to drive a stick-shift automobile? Does Student Drivers School have automatic-shift vehicles that I can drive when I do my driver training?
If you're taking a Freeland Michigan driver training class, chances are you don't know how to drive ANY vehicle yet-- manual or automatic.  However, if you prefer an automatic vehicle then you should tell Student Drivers School that prior to signing up to take the course in order to make sure they can accommodate you. 
I live in a remote area, that has a lot of dirt roads and rugged terrain. Will Student Drivers School train me how to drive in BOTH city AND rural environments?
If you live in a remote area, chances are very good that a local driving school like Student Drivers School will want you to be trained in driving specific to the local area's terrain.
Can I apply for my Michigan learner's permit once I turn 14?
Most likely, no.  Most states have set the minimum age to obtain an instruction permit at 15 or 15½.  You may want to contact the Michigan Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or a certified driving instruction school like Student Drivers School to learn more about the minimum age requirement in Michigan.
Do I have to take a Freeland Michigan classroom or online drivers education course before I can sign up to take a driver training course through Student Drivers School?
This requirement varies by state but most states do require new teen-aged drivers to take BOTH a classroom-based defensive driving course (generally 30 hours in length) AND a driver training course.  You should ask Student Drivers School if they offer one or both programs.
I'm required to take a defensive driving course in Freeland Michigan. Do you know if Student Drivers School offers defensive driving classes in Freeland Michigan?
Yes, Student Drivers School does offer driver training courses in Freeland Michigan.  For more information about their class schedule and how/when to enroll in one of their driver training courses, please contact Student Drivers School directly.
How do I obtain a drivers license in Freeland Michigan?
In most states, pre-licensed teens are required to complete both a classroom safe driving course and a driver training course.  Student Drivers School may be able to help you meet the behind-the-wheel training portion in Michigan. 
I live in Freeland Michigan and would like to apply for my first driver's license. Do I need to take a behind-the-wheel training course before I can be licensed?
Michigan law mandates that all new drivers successfully complete an approved behind-the-wheel training program before receiving their Michigan driver's license.  Student Drivers School may offer a driver training course that you are looking for.  Please contact Student Drivers School directly for complete information as to what types of behind-the-wheel training courses they offer.
Is it all right if I enroll in a behind-the-wheel training school like Student Drivers School prior to my receiving my learner's permit?
In most states, you are required to have already received your learner's permit before you enroll in your behind-the-wheel training course like the one offered by Student Drivers School.  We suggest you contact either Student Drivers School to find out more information.