As you know, this site is dedicated to showing you some advice on installing things into your home. We here, want to show you how to install your most precious thing to you to the most expensive and potentially dangerous thing in your home.
And that is, installing your child to the steering wheel of your care. It is the time when your teenager is ready to learn to drive.
As you know, your teenager is able to get their drivers license here in California at the young age of 16 years old. However, they have to have a drivers permit to drive for a minimum of 6 months before being able to apply for a drivers license.
To get their permit, they must attend a drivers training course that is offered by countless schools throughout the state. These schools give parents a huge break in training your teenager with everything they need to pass the tests the DMV makes new drivers take to receive their permits. They are specifically designed to properly train and teach teenagers all the rules and laws they must follow in order to make sure they not only past the test but also become safe drivers.
After your teenager passes their first initial test, they will receive a permit to drive with an adult that is older than 25 years of age. They cannot drive with anyone under the age of 25. This gives parents the opportunity to go out and practice driving with their teenager whenever they have time and at places, they feel comfortable driving.
Now, before heading on down to your local DMV office in the town you live in to get your teenager their legit drivers license they will first need to complete 6 hours of driver’s training by a licensed and drivers trainer school instructor. These hours do not have to be continuous. They can be broken up into a series of sections or steps. Many driving schools can break it up into 6 different hours on 6 different days or set it up for three two hour courses down over a week or so. These prices can range from anywhere to $350 to $600 depending on the city that you live in. For many parents, this is money well spent. Many driving schools offer a pass the test Guarantee so you can rest assured that your child will past the DMV test.
In a way, it good that these driving schools have come to exist since the early part of the late 1990s. Although some parents did a good job in training their child to drive and past the DMV tests, many parents are pretty poor drivers themselves and would pass on bad habits to their children. Another great thing about these driving schools is that it allowed parents to schedule their kids to train at specific times. Kids, in general, take things more seriously when things are done in an instructional course just like school. This allowed busy parents that had no time to teach their kids themselves to be able to help them get their drivers license.
In addition to having that mandatory 6 hours of training, students also must complete an additional 50 hours of behind-the-wheel driving practice. This is easily done with parents and their kids driving around doing everyday normal things like going to get groceries. All of these things are necessary for teenagers to receive their drivers’ license.
All this great information was brought to you by our friends over at Jersey Safe Driving School.