To get your first Michigan driver's license if you are 18 years of age or older and have never been licensed, you will first visit a Michigan Secretary of State Branch Office to pass a written knowledge & road sign test, and a vision test. Once you pass these tests you will receive a a Temporary Instruction Permit (TIP). The TIP will allow you to practice driving with a licensed adult for up to 180 days.
You must practice driving with a licensed adult for at least 30 days before you can proceed to the driving skills test. In some cases, depending on the person's situation, the Secretary of State will waive the 30 days practice period.
At Stroia School of Driving we offer the following services to assist adult drivers in obtaining their Michigan Operator's License/Driver's License: