Segment 1 is designed to prepare teens (under the age of 18) to acquire their Michigan Level 1 Driver License.
years 8 months of age by the 1st class
of 24 hours of classroom instruction
of 6 hours of behind-the-wheel driving experience
drive only with driver education instructor unless school issues a limited
parent driving permit
Stop Driver Training offers the following with each Segment 1 program:
- Parent/Student information meeting at the beginning of
- Minimum of 24 hours of classroom instruction (see
- 6 hours behind-the-wheel driving instruction (12 hours
on the street = 6 driving and 6 observing).
- Students receive a copy of Michigan Traffic Safety Education Student Manual.
- Students receive a copy of What Every Driver Must
- Students receive a copy of Graduated Driver
Licensing: A Guide for Parents.
- Students receive a copy of Road Skills Test Study Guide.
- Please bring your birth certificate and your calendar
to the Parent/Student information meeting (in order to schedule your
receive your Segment 1 Certificate of Completion, the following
requirements must be completed:
- Student must attend and participate in all class
- Student must achieve a passing score of 70% in class.
- Student must successfully complete the
behind-the-wheel driving objectives.
- Student must achieve a passing score of 70% on the
State Final Exam.
successful completion of Segment 1:
- Student will be issued a green, driver education
Segment 1 Certificate of Completion.
- The student and parent/guardian must take the
following to a Secretary of State branch office to apply for the Level 1
Plan-Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, or Discover
are accepted. A $35.00 fee will be charged for returned checks. A $35.00
fee will be charged for failure to appear for any scheduled drive.
Duplicate permits are $17.00.
Policy-Refund is prorated based on hours of class and hours
behind-the-wheel completed. No refund is given for missed classes,
although students may re-enroll in upcoming Segment 1 classes offered by
Complete Stop Driver Training.
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