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We are currently working very hard to get everything in place for future classes. Due to the pandemic and our current management team changes our response times may be delayed.


In Michigan, a teen must be at least 14 years and 8 months old to begin SEGMENT 1 of the GRADUATED DRIVER LICENSING program. Graduated Driver Licensing consists of two segments of driver education classes and three licensing levels.  SEGMENT 1 includes 24 hours of classroom instructions; a minimum of 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instructions; and a minimum of 4 hours of observation time as a passenger in the training vehicle.  


SEGMENT 2 includes a minimum of 6 hours of classroom instructions.


For you teen to participate in SEGMENT 2 DRIVER EDUCATION COURSE,  a supervised driving log must be presented to the Segment 2 instructor verifying at least 30 hours (including 2 hours of nighttime driving) were completed with a licensed parent, legal guardian, or designated licensed driver 21 years of age of older.

They have had to held their level 1 liesence permit for at least 90 days before they can attend Segment 2.

For Students 18 Years of Age and Older

We offer private driving lessons for adults (18 or older) who have a current Temporary Instruction Permit (TIP) and for teens (17 and under) who have a current Graduated Level 1 Learner's License.

Our private lessons range from a beginning driver to someone who needs brushing up for a Road Test (which includes parking, expressway driving, and rural/urban driving).

Call our main office at 586-445-1188 for more information about Adult Driving Lessons. 

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Automobile driving skills test applicants who hold a graduated level 1 permit that expired on or before March 1, 2020 may schedule a driving skills test using the expired permit.  Please note the following information:


Test applicants must present all of the following: Level 1 permit, Segment 2 certificate, and driving log showing the required practice hours have been completed.

If the test applicant has a Level 1 permit, but didn’t complete a Segment 2 class or the required practice hours, the test applicant must obtain a TIP at a branch office. 

If the test applicant Level 1 permit expired after March 1, 2020, the customer must apply for a TIP at a branch office before taking a skills test. 



Please note that a level one permit expires on the teen’s 18th birthday.  Additionally, per PA 127, operator and chauffeur licenses, CY permits, TIPs and CDL permits which expired on or after March 1, 2020 are valid through September 30, 2020.

For road and C.D.L testing and adult driving lesson information and booking please call our main office at 586-445-1188

ROAD SKILLS TEST, the student must have had the LEVEL 1 LEARNER’S LICENSE for at least 6 months; present MICHIGAN DRIVER EDUCATION SEGMENT 2 CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION; present the driving log to the Third Party Test Examiner showing that at least 50 hours supervised driving (including 10 hours of nighttime driving) were completed.

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(586) 445-1188


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Michigan Driving School

Main Office:

25419 Gratiot Ave.

Roseville Michigan, 48066

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