Safe Driving for Teens
Now that your teen is old enough to drive, it’s understandable they want to feel a sense of independence. It’s also understandable that you’re worried about their safety.
Unfortunately, teen texting while driving claims more lives than mass school shootings.
Through our Teen Drivers Education course in Houston, we can help your child learn about ways to stay safe on road. We will prepare your child for their learner’s permit at the DPS and give them all the help they need for get their license.
Our classes are available on weekends as well.
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The following links are informational packets & paperwork. Please feel free to print out any that you may need.
printable Checklist for getting your LEARNER’S PERMIT at the DPS
pamphlet for How to Prepare for your Driving Test
Documents needed at the Department of Public Safety
|Application for TX Driver License or Identification Card Form:||DL-14A|
|Verification of Enrollment for Homeschoolers:||(VOE) Form|
|30 hour Behind The Wheel Instruction||Parent Log|
|Texas DPS Supplemental Examination form:||DL-40|
Be sure that you have completed the ITTD (Impact Texas Teen Driver) program and printed the completion certificate
|ITTD (Impact Texas Teen Driver)|
32 hours of in-class instruction done 2 hrs per day and 14 hours of in-car instruction broken down into 2 hour blocks (1 hour behind the wheel and 1 hour observing). Teens can miss 5 classes, but they must be made up.
We can give your teen the written Permit test at our location after completing 6 hours of class (3 classes). This will dramatically reduce your wait time at the DPS.
NEW PROCESS FOR ISSUING PERMITS
Homeland Security is requiring that all permits have a picture.Therefore, the student will be required to go to the DPS in person to have their picture taken when applying for a permit. After passing the permit test with us, a parent or court appointed guardian (bring court papers with you) must accompany the teen to the DPS office of your choice. Also, bring your teens Social Security Card, original or certified copy of their Birth Certificate, V.O.E, Texas Residency Affidavit along with 2 proofs of Texas Residency (parent/guradian) and $16.
NEW LAWS FOR TEEN DRIVERS LICENSE
Any student who applies for a permit will be required to take a driving test at the DPS or with a Third Party Skills Testing School, like Champions, in order to recieve a driver's license at age 16 and after holding the permit for 6 months. Champions Driving School will continue to require the student to pass an in-car final exam in order to successfully complete the driver education course and to prepare them for the driving test.
The Drug and Alcohol Driving Awareness Program is a part of our class and if you purchase a certificate will result in an extra 5% off your teens insurance. This is in addition to the 10% insurance discount your teen will receive until they are 25 for males or 21 for females… just for finishing our course.
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