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LEVEL-I LEARNER’S LICENSE

REQUIREMENTS:

  • MUST BE AT LEAST 14 YEARS AND 8 MONTHS OLD
  • MUST HAVE SEGMENT-I CERTIFICATE
  • MUST HAVE A COPY OF HIS/HER BIRTH CERTIFICATE
  • PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE ON APPLICATION
  • PASS VISION SCREENING
  • OBTAIN LEVEL-I LICENSE AT SECRETARY OF STATE
PRIVILEGE: May only drive with licensed parent/ legal guardian or designated adult 21 years of age or older.

LEVEL-II PRIVELEGE

REQUIREMENTS:

  • TEEN MUST BE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OLD
  • POSSESS A LEVEL – I LICENSE FOR MINIMUM 180 DAYS
  • MUST HAVE A SEGMENT – II CERTIFICATE
  • PASS ROAD SKILLS TEST
  • MUST HAVE MINIMUM OF 50 HOURS OF DRIVING EXPERIENCE (10 HOURS AT NIGHT)
  • MUST NOT HAVE ANY VIOLATIONS OR AT FAULT ACCIDENTS DURING THE 90 DAYS PRIOR TO APPLYING FOR A LEVEL-II LICENSE.
  • PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE ON APPLICATION TO OBTAIN LEVEL – II LICENSE AT SOS
PRIVILEGE: During the hours of midnight and 5 a.m teens must be accompanied with a licensed adult 21 years old or older. Other than these times, teens may drive unsupervised.

LEVEL-III PRIVELEGE

REQUIREMENTS:

  • TEEN MUST BE AT LEAST 17 YEARS OLD
  • POSSESS A LEVEL – II LICENSE FOR 180 DAYS
  • MUST NOT HAVE ANY VIOLATIONS OR FAULT ACCIDENTS FOR 12 CONSECUTIVE MONTHS PRIOR TO APPLYING FOR A LEVEL 3 LICENSE.
  • RECEIVE LEVEL -3 LICENSE BY MAIL. NO RESTRICTIONS, FULL PRIVILEGES.

INFO:

THE GRADUATE DRIVER LICENSING PROGRAM (GDL) REQUIRES TEENS TO COMPLETE SEGMENT – I, SEGMENT – II CLASSES AND PASS A ROAD SKILLS TEST TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A MICHIGAN DRIVER’S LICENSE.

Teens must be at least 14 years and 8 months old to enroll in the class. Segment – I classes consist of 24 hours of classroom learning, 4 hours of observation in the training vehicle and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Teens must successfully complete segment – I to apply for a Michigan level – I license or learners permit. Behind the wheel training is outside of classroom hours.

REQUIREMENTS:

BRING ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE, PICTURE ID (PASSPORT, STATE ID OR SCHOOL ID) WITH PARENT / LEGAL GUARDIANS ACCOMPANYING STATE ISSUED ID OR PASSPORT.

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"Road Test Study Guide"
"Read What Every Driver Must Know in Michigan"