SAFETY DRIVEN, INC
PHONE 985.643.7803
1352 Lindberg Dr., Slidell LA  70458

TEEN DRIVER EDUCATION

SORRY BUT NO WALK-INS ALLOWED

ONLY PRE-REGISTERED (CUT-OFF = 4 STUDENTS)

 

PAID ONLINE GET PREFERENCE & UNPAID MAY BE DELETED TO MAKE ROOM

 REGISTER HERE 

$95 Due First Day of Class, Balance Due Before Scheduling Behind-the-Wheel Portion (Online Student Login Account)


PACKAGES 

This course involves establishing that a driver's license is a true privilege.  

STANDARD PACKAGE 

Fourteen Nine-Months through Seventeen: Teen Driver Education Course (Learner's Permit Only) consist of:

  • 30 Hours In-Classroom Study & State Written Test
  • 8 Hours Behind-the-Wheel Training (Must Be At Least 15 YOA,) 

UPGRADE FOR AGE 17 

Seventeen Only-Teen Driver Education Course Option (Unrestricted Driver's License) consist of:

  • 30 Hours In-Classroom Study & State Written Test
  • 8 Hours Behind-the-Wheel Training
  • Third-Party State Road Skills Test

REGISTER  

 C    For the quickest completely finished with entire course, choose the best class dates for you. However, make-up dates may be made available. 

Please choose to Make Payment, at least the minimum $50 Deposit. This allows us to activate account, hold transferable seat, allow online pre-practice for the state guidebook.

Lunch Breaks for All-Day Class Times. Student is allowed to leave campus (unless parent says otherwise to the school) to go out to McDonald's, Chic-fil-a and possibly Taco Bell. There is also a refrigerator and Microwave. 

 

Unfortunately we have a new way to conduct our business. All who come into the classroom facility the student and their guardian will be warned and asked to sign agreement about their health. People may be asked to leave the facility prior to class, during class with our without earning a certificate of completion.

 
CLASS NAME DAYS, DATES & TIMES (LUNCH BREAKS) PARENT CLASS
Good Friday Fri., April 10th, 11th Sat., 13th Mon., 14th Tue. (8:30am-4:30pm) Any Above/TBA
Spring Break Mon., April 13th, 14th Tue., 15th Wed., 16th Thur. (8:30am-$:30pm) Any Above/TBA
April  6th Mon., 7th Tue., 8th Wed., 9th Thur. (8:30 am-4:30 pm) TBA
May 23rd Sat,,, 25th Mon., 26th Tue., 27th Wed.  (8:30am-4:30pm) Any Above/TBA
June 9th Tue., 10th Wed., 11th Thur., 12th Fri. (8:30am-4:30pm) Any Above/TBA

HOW TO GET THE T.I.P. @ DMV  BEFORE CLASS TESTING AND BEFORE ANY BEHIND-THE-WHEEL OR ANY ROAD SKILL TESTING

 Parent and Student MUST go to the state Office of Motor Vehicles and obtain the NEW TIP/ Temporary Instructor Permit. This is needed before student is allowed to: a/ take the Final OMV Written Test; b/ begin the behind-the-wheel training; or c/ the State Road Skills Test.

Best to obtain the TIP before the First Day of Class or earlier. Please make this happen ASAP as OMV computers have been know to go down many times and don't forget the H.S. Enrollment Form before school closes for weekends or holidays.

TEEN STUDENT-OBTAIN TIP BY TAKING THE FOLLOWING TO OFFICE OF MOTOR VEHICLES: (14 years to 17 years old) - items to bring every time a minor goes to the OMV

  1. Original or State Certified Birth Certificate (no photocopies) and another primary document or two secondary forms of identification (Please see Policy 6.00 under Section 1 Driver Licenses. For Aliens Temporarily Residing in Louisiana see Policy 6.02

  2. Social Security Card

  3. School Enrollment Form - student must be at least in the 8th grade. This is obtain from the students public or private high school. Home school students use the annual approval received from the state school board.(ASK FOR THIS FORM BACK, AFTER RECEIVING T.I.P.)

  4. Original or Court Certified Custody Papers (if this pertains)

  5. Legal Custodial/Domiciliary Parent/Guardian with their Driver's License or State Identification Card

  6. NOTE: IF YOU CANNOT GET A T.I.P. CARD THEN YOU MAY TAKE THE CLASSROOM PORTION. IF THE STATE ALLOWS US TO ISSUE OUR OWN T.I.P. CARD WE WILL POST THIS INFORMATION ASAP.


DIFFICULTIES OBTAINING THE REQUIRED TIP: Please CALL US: (985)643-7803 or EMAIL US: safetydriven@gmail.com


PARENT REQUIRED ORIENTATION CLASS 

 

  • This Parent Class must be attended by one of the parents listed on the students state birth certificate.

  • Please see schedule above in the class schedule. If unable to attend that date you must make arrangements and we must agree to another date BEFORE 1ST DAY OF STUDENT CLASS.

  • By Attending This Parent Orientation Class, you will be able to complete the Registration Process.


FIRST DAY OF CLASS  

 The Driving School Must See and make a copy of the Following Paperwork:

  1. Student with NEW T.I.P.
  2. High School Identification
  3. Lunch or Lunch Money. Student allowed to leave campus by checking themselves out before lunch and checking themselves back in after lunch break.
  4. WiFi available for electronic devices that will be available to use, some classroom study.

 

NOTE: If parent has already completed the registration process during TEEN STEP4, then the student may be dropped off before class time.


COMPLETION OF COURSE  

  • After Student has completed the 30-Hours of classroom study
  • After Student has passed states written test during the above class with at least an 80%
  • After Student has completed the minimum required 8-Hours Behind-the-Wheel training (MUST MAKE THEMSELVES AVAILABLE TO DRIVE A MINIMUM OF 30 DAYS. NO GUARANTEED FINISH DATES)
  • After Student has passed the Behind-the-Wheel portion with at least a 70%....

....Then we need the Parent to come into the office to sign and pick-up all paperwork & envelopes that must be presented to the STATE OMV. We will give the Family a "Punch List" of all what to bring to the State OMV.


OBTAIN AGE APPROVED LICENSE  

The best price is unfortunately at the State Office of Motor Vehicles to change the TIP to the appropriate license. However, for an additional fee there are at least two tag agencies in Slidell that you may use. See our office personnel for details. 

If student is only allowed to obtain a learner's permit, then they will need to make an appointment with the driving school for when they turn 16 yoa or have had the learner's permit for at least 180 days (whichever is the Longest).


ROAD SKILLS TESTING  

Eligibility to take the State Road Skills Testing begins as early as 16 YOA.

A Person at 16, may apply to take a road test once they have obtained a Learner's Permit (as early as 15 yoa) and have had the LP for at least 180 days (see issue date on learners permit). With parental permission, the applicant can make an appointment and take the state road skills test with us.

 


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