An applicant for an initial driver's license, who is age 18 or older and who fails the first attempt at the maneuverability or road portion of the driving test, is required to take an abbreviated adult driver training course before attempting the driving test for a second time.
There are two options for the applicant:
- A 4-hour in-person or online class followed by 4 hours of behind-the-wheel training with a licensed instructor.
- A 4-hour in-person or online class followed by 24 hours of driving with a licensed driver 21 years of age or older.
Applicants who choose the option for 24 hours of driving with a licensed driver 21 years of age or older cannot complete more than four hours of driving in one day. In addition, applicants who choose this option are required to complete the Twenty-Four Hour Affidavit .
Before the second attempt at the driving test, the applicant must:
- Provide a certificate of completion of an abbreviated adult driver training course.
- If applicable, provide a completed and notarized Twenty-Four Hour Affidavit.
If the applicant fails the second attempt at the driving test, he or she is not required to take another abbreviated adult driver training course. The applicant must wait seven days before taking the driving test again.
You must pay for the course in full before scheduled start date.