You have questions, and we have answers. Take a look at the questions below, and if you have any more just let us know.
What is your weather policy?
If the school district where the Road Star Driving School is located is closed due to inclement weather, the driving school will also be closed. The Monument location will follow the Lewis Palmer D38 district closings. If the school is open, but the driver or parents of the driver feel that they would prefer not to drive in inclement weather, the driver may reschedule a driving lesson without incurring a fee.
Do your instructors have to complete background checks?
In order to be eligible to teach in Colorado all instructors must pass a background check.
What car is used to complete the drives?
All drives will be completed using our vehicles. Our vehicles are fully insured and have a dual control brake system.
Can I do more than one drive in a day?
You can schedule more than one drive in a day; however, we recommend that you do only one drive per day.
Can I schedule my drives online?
Yes, our students are able to register, pay, and schedule drives online. If you are taking the online course you will also access that through your online account.
How long do I have to complete the course?
We ask our students to complete the course in 120 days.
When can I schedule my drives?
Once a student has their permit they may begin scheduling drives.
When can I start driving with my child?
You may begin driving with your child as soon as they have a permit.
When can my child get a license?
Any student who completes the FULL course and holds a permit for one full year is eligible to get their license at 16. Additional information on obtaining a license in Colorado can be found here.
Does my child have to take a test to get the permit?
Yes, all individuals wishing to obtain a permit must take a test at an approved testing site.
When can my child get a permit?
Age 15 is the youngest a teen in Colorado can obtain a permit. At age 15 to obtain a permit, the teen must have completed a 30 hour, Colorado approved driver’s education course. Between the ages of 15 years and 6 months and 16 years a teen can apply for a permit if they have completed a Colorado approved 30 hour driver’s education course or a four hour classroom driver awareness program. To obtain a driver’s license a teen must hold a permit for a full 12 months.
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