Segment 1 Registration
Segment 1 is for the new driver under the age of 18 and at
least 14 years and 8 months old. The cost is $295.00.

Segment 2 Registration
Segment 2 is for the new driver that has already completed
segment one, and has been a level 1 for at least 3 months.
The cost is $50.00.

Extra Driving Lessons
For the student under 18 that took segment 1 class already,
and just does not feel comfortable behind the wheel, and
would like more training. The cost is $60.00 for each one hour
lesson. 

Graduated Licensing
Applicants under age 18

There are three licensing levels under graduated licensing.

  • Level 1:  Young driver may drive only when accompanied by a licensed parent, licensed legal guardian or with a licensed driver over age 21 designated by a parent or legal guardian.

  • Level 2:  Young driver can drive without supervision except from midnight to 5 a.m.  Driving is only permitted from midnight to 5 a.m. if driving to and from employment or if driving with a parent, legal guardian or a licensed driver over age 21 designated by a parent or legal guardian.

  • Level 3:  Young driver has full driving privileges with no restrictions.

To obtain a Level 1 license teens must:

  • Be at least age 14 years, 8 months.

  • Complete segment one of a driver education course approved by the Michigan Department of Education, including six hours of driving instruction.

  • Must provide proof of identity, pass a vision test and meet health standards set by the Secretary of State.

  • Obtain written approval from a parent or legal guardian at the branch office.

To obtain a Level 2 license teens must:

  • Be at least age 16 and pay fee.

  • Successfully complete six months of practice driving at Level 1.

  • Complete segment two of a driver education course approved by the Michigan Department of Education.

  • Have no convictions/civil infractions, license suspensions or crashes during the 90-day period immediately prior to applying for a level 2 license.

  • Complete a minimum 50 hours of behind of behind-the-wheel practice driving, including 10 hours of nighttime driving, that is certified by a parent or legal guardian.

  • Pass a road test conducted by an independent road testing agency approved by the Secretary of State.

To obtain a Level 3 license teens must:

  • Be at least age 17.

  • Hold a level 2 license for six months.

  • Complete 12 consecutive months of driving without a moving violation, an at-fault crash that resulted without a moving violation, a license suspension or a violation of the graduated license restrictions.

           The graduated licensing program ends for all young drivers when they reach age 18.

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