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In Order to Enroll into Segment 2, Students Must have Held their Level 1 License for a Consecutive 3 Months
Students can register prior to having held it for 3 months, but the start date must be 3 consecutive months from Level 1 License Issue Date.
You should’ve gotten your Level 1 License. If you didn’t go to the Secretary of State to get this license, then you’re NOT eligible to take Segment 2 yet, and we recommend doing so ASAP.
Students Must Have 30/50 Driving Hours Logged, 2 of the Hours Being Night Driving.
Prior to Day 1 of class students MUST ensure they have entered their Level 1 License and Issue Date into their Student Portal.
If your Level 1 License and Issue Date is not provided by the FIRST DAY OF CLASS, you may be unenrolled and you will not receive a Certificate of Completion.
Begin Segment 2 which consists of 3 class sessions, each one is 2 hours livestream or in-person depending on location.
Session 3 will be a test.
Once a student has completed all 3 class sessions and passed the test they will be emailed their Certificate.
Certificates will be emailed within 3-5 business days following completion.
After having held your Level 1 License for 6 months, logging 50 driving hours, 10 of them being night driving you will be eligible to take your Road Test.
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No. Every class is mandatory, there are NO makeup days! Students must be in all 3 classes to complete, if a class is missed the student will have to re-enroll into a new segment 2 class with a re-enrollment fee and restart completely over. Segment 2 is only 3 classes (6 hours total) and no drives.
Once 18 there is no certificate to be given. The state considers the student an adult. The requirements for 18 and older do not require you to do Segment 1 or 2. You will need to go to the SOS to get an Adult Temporary Instruction Permit which after having had for 30 days makes you eligible to take your Road Test.
No. The road test is not included as part of Segment 2. The road test can be booked with any 3rd party agency approved by the state once the student has their certificate of completion, has 6 months from the issue date of their Level 1 License, and has logged 50 hours into the drive log with 10 hours being at nighttime.