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

MUST APPLY FOR A TEMPORARY INSTRUCTIONAL PERMIT (TIP) BY GOING TO THE STATE OFFICE OF MOTOR VEHICLES (OMV) IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR A LOUISIANA STATE DRIVER'S LICENSE OR LEARNER'S PERMIT NO MATTER WHAT AGE.

READ:  BEFORE ATTENDING ANY OF THE REQUIRED COURSES THAT ALLOW YOU TO APPLY FOR A DRIVER'S LICENSE OR LEARNER'S PERMIT...

Must go to the Office of Motor Vehicles and obtain a Temporary Instructional Permit (TIP) for Driver's Education.

MINOR STUDENTS (14 years to 17 years old) - items to bring every time a minor goes to the OMV

  • 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

  • Social Security Card

  • School Enrollment Form - student must be at least in the 8th grade. This is obtain from the students public or private school. Home school students use the annual approval received from the state school board.

  • Original or Court Certified Custody Papers (if this pertains)

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

ADULT STUDENTS (18 years old and older)

  • 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

  • Social Security Card

  • Proof of residence (Two proof of residences if applying for a Real ID)

Note: If an adult has a valid Louisiana State ID already issued and their Social Security Number is in OMV's system, then only the ID and Proof of Residency is needed. 

 


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Why Louisiana Driving School could be the best choice for the beginning driver? 

At most driving schools their primary focus, is to help you get a driver's license. That's what they do. They will meet the states minimum standards. With those minimum standards you go out and pass the test. You get the driver's license and what do you have then? At that point, most beginning drivers know just enough to be a danger to themselves and others.

Too many beginner drivers will end up in crashes that first year they begin to drive with the parent having to be in the vehicle. The First year of driving is the riskiest year! Because they have not been trained well enough or given the frequent consistent repetition and the guided instruction they need to be a more pro-active collision free driver. 

It's as simple as that. There aren't any shortcuts here.You are about to embark into the adult world...driving. Do not short change this critical training and leave it up to chance.