Teen Road Test Students​

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Teen Road Test Students

Qualified Students (Under 18 years old)

Drive Now Driving School – NOW Licensed by the Secretary of State and Illinois State Board of Education to engage in the business of giving convenient ROAD TEST services to TEEN students. 


Only students that completed an approved teen driver education course with a grade of an “A” of “B” may be road tested. The student must have been under the age of 18 at the time of completion.


If a student who completed the entire course at a high school or another driving school you must confirm they completed the course with a grade of an “A” of “B.”  Documentation must be maintained.


If a student PASS the ROAD TEST, will certify her/him has successfully completed an approved driver education course; earned a final great passing score = 35 or less, and has qualified for driver’s license certification, SUBJECT TO A SPOT CHECK, by the SECRETARY of STATE.


If a student fails the road test you MAY NOT be road tested again with another school. You will have to retake a ROAD TEST at one of the S.O.S. facility. 


After receiving the congratulation letter on successfully completing Driver Education. It is important that you remember the safe driving rules and regulations that were taught to you at Drive Now Driving School in your Driver Education classes. Please apply those rules and drivers safely. 


The letter is issued in place of a Driver Education Certification of Completion (Blue Slip). An entry has been placed on your driving record to indicated that you have met the minimum educational requirements for Drivers Education. 


In order to complete the requirement for the issuance of a driver’s license, the following informations must be presented to a representative at Driver Now or any Driver Services Facility.


1. The letter of completion

2. Social Security Card (No Copy)

3. Certified copy of birth certificate 

4. Two document showing current address (Mail, bank statement, school transcript, etc.)

5. Instruction Permit

6. Valid insurance card

7. Vehicle Registration

8. 50 hour certification form