FAQs


Q What should teens should know before they go for their learner's permit?
A The driver's permit test consists of 25 questions, they must answer 20 questions correctly to pass. This is not an easy test to pass. We recommend taking some driver's education class's prior to taking the permit test. Many of our students have found it beneficial to take the 8 hour safe driving practices class. ( Drug & Alcohol class ).


Q My son or daughter just turned 16 and wants to join a class but Liberty's current schedule is not on class #1. Can I still enroll my child?
A You can join our program at any time we have a revolving curriculum.


Q Will we have class if school is closed because of bad weather?
A If public schools are closed due to inclement weather, Drivers Education will also be canceled.


Q How old do I have to be to enroll in Driver's Ed?
A To join a Driver's Education class your son or daughter must be 16 and have parental permission.


Q Is it required to have a learners permit to start Driver's Ed?
A No, as long as son or daughter is 16 they can join. They cannot start driving until they receive a driving permit.


Q Which Drivers Ed program is recognized by most insurance companies for a discount?
A The Full Driver's Education Class which consists of 30 hours of classroom classes and eight hours of behind the wheel driving usually qualifies for the insurance discount. Check with your individual local agent.


Q What documents need to be filled out and signed to enroll my 16 or 17 year old driving student.
A Page 1 Demographics Sheet must be filled out and signed by parent and student. Page 3 Medical Sheet must be filled out. These forms can be found on the Learning Center page.


Q What happens if you can't make some of the classes?
A It is not uncommon that students can not make all the classes because of other commitments. If a class is missed in some cases the missed class can be made up at one of our 3 locations, in the following month or we may offer a special make up class.


Q Why do we teach 2 separate classes for the Drug and Alcohol class? One for 16 and 17 year olds, and a separate class for students over 18.
A We teach 2 separate class's because the laws that apply to 16 and 17 year olds is different to that of students who are 18 or older.