How to get ready for your Drivers License

Driver’s Ed - on the Net® you will learn about the Rules Of The Road during drivers education

Lesson Plan for Practice sessions

Level I
Your teen should practice controlling the car during the first lessons. No time plan is given here. Your teen must complete 50 hours of supervised practice (10 hours at night). You will be asked to certify to this training before your teen is licensed. These driving sessions should give your teen practice in the basic skills listed below.

  • Starting and Stopping the Car Driving a “Stick”
  • Lane Control Backing Up the Car Right Turns
  • Left Turns

  • Level II
    Only after your teen can shift gears (if necessary, in your car), backup, and turn easily and safely should you begin practicing the skills listed below:
  • Intersections
  • Lane Changes
  • Keeping Space Around the Car
  • Practicing in Traffic

  • Level III
    After the Level I and Level II skills are mastered, the skills listed below can be practiced:
  • Parking on Hills
  • Parallel Parking
  • U-Turn

  • Level IV
    Only after your teen has mastered control of the car and the skills in Levels I, II, and III, should he or she practice night driving and freeway driving.
  • Freeway Driving
  • Night Driving
  • Special Problems and Emergencies

  • Take a Check Ride
    When your teen has finished practicing the skills in Level IV, look at the Safe Driver Checklist. This test ride should show you if your new driver needs more practice.

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