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Frequently Asked Questions

If my son/daughter is 14 ½, what do I need to do to get their permit at 15?

At what age can my son/daughter get their permit?

What do we need to take to the DMV to get a permit?

How long does the class take?

How long does the Home Study Course take?

What happens after the class?

How long do they carry their permit?

How long do they have to get the drive time done?

How far apart do the drive times need to be set up?

 

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At what age can my son/daughter get their permit?
They can get their permit at 15.
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What do we need to take to the DMV to get a permit?

  • Submit two forms of identification such as:
  • State Certified Birth Certificate
  • United States Certificate of Birth Abroad
  • Valid Passport
  • Provide your Social Security Card
  • Supply proof of Colorado residence address: (utlility bill)
  • Pass all required examinations: (physical, vision, written, driving test.)
  • For the full list please see the handbook from the DMV.

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If my son/daughter is 14 ½, what do I need to do to get their permit at 15?
They can take either the 30-hour class or the Home study course at 14 ½, but they won’t be able to get their permit until they are 15.
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How long does the class take?
Usually the class only takes four days. We offer weekend classes when the kids are in school, and weekday classes during the summer.
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How long does the Home Study Course take?
The Home Study is a work at your own pace class. If you go by the guidelines for the course, it should take about 21 days to complete. It depends on how much time you want to spend a day with the course and how fast you learn.
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What happens after the class?
The student will receive an affidavit to take to the DMV so they can get their permit. Then they can start driving with their parents.
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How long do they carry their permit?
They will need to carry their permit for a full year. After that year they can apply for their drivers license.
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How long do they have to get the drive time done?
They have 16 months to have all of the drive time completed. This starts in the month the student starts the class.
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How far apart do the drive times need to be set up?
The first drive time is done after they have been driving with parents or guardians for 10 to 15 hours. The second and third drive times need to be completed before the end of the contractual agreement.
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