YOU MUST GET A CDE FORM FROM OUR OFFICE BEFORE GOING TO THE BMV FOR YOUR PERMIT. See #4
1. Enroll in a 30 hour classroom
ONLINE CLASSROOM $80
IN-PERSON CLASSROOM $100 Deposit
$280 due first day of class (includes drives)
CDE forms can ONLY be issued less than 21 days before class (In-person ONLY)
Can enroll online at the link above OR in-person at our store
You do NOT need a permit before the first day of class.
2.Fill out a Registration form
This form must be filled out and returned with payment BEFORE we schedule drives or issue a CDE form
(While you can use the mobile version it is easier to fill out on a computer or laptop)
Click on the above link
Follow the promts
You are all set!
3. Pay for the drives
$300 for online classes taken through WelcomeDriver.com or DrivingBrilliance.com
$360 for ANY OTHER online classroom provider
*You MUST show proof of completion before we will
If you did in-person classroom the price of the drives is
included in the price you paid for the class.
4. Get the CDE Form
We will only issue CDE forms in person OR send it to you by mail.
We will NOT fax or email it to you.
In-person Classroom CDE will be issued when Paid in full and not more then 21 days before the start of class
5. Get the permit at the BMV
You will need to take the written test and an eye exam.
You must to hold your permit for 120 days MINIMUM
6. START DRIVING!
The more the student drives the better they will be!
7. Schedule drives with us
We schedule drive 3-6 weeks apart.
Drives are 1 hour long
No other students will be in the car.
DON'T procrastinate scheduling!
We do will our best to accomodate your schedule!
8. Drive with us 6 times
9. Take Your Drive Test
You can take your drive test with us in OUR car if you have completed the
*Cost to take your test here is $30
* We will give you the form to show you have completed the driving test.
*You can take your drive test at the BMV in YOUR car for free.
*We give free drive test to active military, police, EMT, or fire men and women
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!
10. GO GET YOUR LICENSE!
You will have to take another eye exam.
How old does my student need to be to take driver education? A student MUST be 15 years old to enroll in driver education.
How does my student successfully complete driver education? The student must complete the 30 hours of class, the 6 hours of driving, and have an 80% or higher grade for the classroom and driving. Each section is graded separately. Precision Driving will give the student a PASS or FAIL.
What if my student fails driver education? If a student drops out of the program, does not complete driver education, or fails, Precision Driving must contact the BMV and the BMV will revoke or invalidate the permit upon notification.
How do I get my permit and where do I go to get it? A student may get their permit at 15 years old if they are enrolled in an approved driver education course, AND their balance is paid in full. The student does not need the permit before class, but does need it to be able to complete the 6 hours of driving. The parent or guardian will need to take the student to the BMV to get the permit with a CDE form that we give you.
What documents should I bring to the BMV to get the permit? You can always look online at the BMV's website, but we recommend taking:
FOR THE STUDENT:
1. CDE form (we give this to you)
2.A student's ORIGINAL birth certificate or passport
3. Social Security Card
4. 2 proofs of residency: report card, class schedule, or bank statement dated within the last 60 days
We also recommend that parents should ALSO bring with them:
(If you have a RealID you should only need to take your license)
1. Parent's birth certificate or passport
2. Social security card
3. Driver license
4. 2 proofs of residency: bill and/or bank statement dated within the last 60 days
*Mom, they may ask for your marriage certificate or divorce decree so you may want to bring it just in case.
How long is my permit good for? 2 years
Does the student have to take a written test to get the permit? Effective July 1, 2012 any student applying for their permit at the BMV will have to take a written test.
How old does a student need to be to obtain their probationary license if they take driver education?
16 years old and 90 days
Held the permit for 180 days
Completed and passed driver education
Complete 50 supervised hours and filled out a driving log
How old does must someone wait if they do not take driver education? 16 years old and 270 days.
How long must someone hold a permit before obtaining their license? 180 days
Does a student have to turn in a log when they get their license? Yes, the student will need to complete the 50 hours of supervised driving and turn in a written log. Precision Driving can provide the student with a log.
Can a student obtain a waiver for the drive test? Yes, if the student has successfully completed and passed driver edcuation. The waiver test can be given by the school where they completed and passed driver education.* Note: This test is separate from the 6 hours of in-car instruction for driver education.
Is there a separate fee for the waiver test? Yes, $30.00
8828 Coldwater Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Ph: (260) 490-1007
Fax: (260) 490-1008
12:00 -5:00 p.m
Friday: 10am - 1 pm
Driving Instruction Hours:
If these times don't work, contact our office we can set an appointment!
Effective July 1, 2012: Any student applying for a permit must take a written test to obtain their permit at the BMV. Please call our office if you have any questions.
Effective July 1, 2015 licensing age changes to 16 years and 90 days with driver education. A student MUST hold their permit regardless for 180 days and log 50 hours in before obtaining a drivers license.
Parents, make sure your student has their permit and proper footwear when they come for a drive time. There is $40.00 fee if they do not have their permit with them or they are wearing sandals/flip flops. All No Show fees MUST be paid prior to next drive.