The Driver’s Education Certificate is issued after the classroom, driving hours, and Parent Class are successfully completed. The cost of the Driver's Education Certificate is included in the cost of tuition.
In order to take the RMV License road test, the student must have access to a vehicle with an emergency hand brake located between the two front seats. Most SUVs, Pickup Trucks, and Minivans may not be allowed by the registry. If an Auto School student wishes to have the Auto School sponsor him/her for his/her license appointment, there is a One Hundred Dollar ($100.00) fee for the use of our vehicle and instructor. This is an additional fee, separate from the tuition and separate from the Registry’s fee for the actual license and road test. We must book your license test if you are going with us. You may register with the Auto School for the license road test after you have successfully completed the Entire Program and your DE Certificate is issued. Simply bring in the completed RMV license application into our office along with your One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) fee and we will book your appointment for you.
Again there are two License Test Sponsor options available:
RMV Option: This option includes additional driving prior to the license road test, the use of our vehicle, and our instructor as the student’s sponsor. We can pick up the student from School or home prior to the test, and return them back to School or Home after the test is completed.
Saturday Morning Option: This option is done directly at the Auto School on a Saturday (or Sunday) morning. Only Auto Schools can schedule on a Saturday. The test is done right in the neighborhoods around the school or other location. The student must be brought to the school for the test and picked up upon completion. Call for more information. We are also required to have a minimum number of students.
PARENTS: Remember that your child cannot drive with any friends in the vehicle for the first six (6) months that they are licensed unless there is an adult over the age of 21 who has been licensed for more than one year in the front passenger seat of the vehicle. This is part of the current Junior Operator Law of the Registry of Motor Vehicles.