A-Adams School of DrivingFAQ's
Can you tell me if A-Adams School of Driving is a licensed driver training school in Illinois?
Although A-Adams School of Driving is listed on our list of driving schools in your area, we are unable to say with certainty as to whether they are currently licensed to teach driver training courses in Illinois. We recommend either calling A-Adams School of Driving directly or the Illinois DMV to find out whether or not A-Adams School of Driving offers hands-on driving courses that are state-approved.
Will the Illinois DMV allow my parents to supervise my driving practice instead of requiring me to take a behind-the-wheel training course at a state-approved driving school?
Possibly. Some states will allow your parents to supervise your driving practice as a substitute to taking a behind-the-wheel driving course with a professional driving instructor. You will need to contact the Illinois DMV to find out if your driver training may be done by your parents in Illinois.
I don't know how to drive using a stick-shift. Will A-Adams School of Driving have an automatic-shift car available that I can use for my driver training?
Since you're enrolling in a Morton Grove Illinois behind-the-wheel training class, chances are good that you don't know how to drive either a manual-shift OR an automatic! However, you should let A-Adams School of Driving know what your preference is before registering for their behind-the-wheel class. That way you'll know for sure they will accommodate you.
I live out in the middle of nowhere. There are rural and mountain roads all around. Will A-Adams School of Driving teach me how to drive in BOTH rural AND city areas?
If you live in a rural or mountain town, chances are that a local driving school like A-Adams School of Driving will include driving lessons specifically tailored to that terrain.
I just turned 14 years old. Am I eligible to apply for my instruction permit in Illinois?
Probably not. The minimum age requirement for holding a learners permit in most states is 15 1/2. You should contact the Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or a licensed driving school such as A-Adams School of Driving to find out more information about the minimum age requirement in Illinois.
Will I be required to complete both a drivers education classroom or online course and a driver training course in Morton Grove Illinois?
It depends on which state you live in, but many states now mandate new teen-aged drivers to successfully complete both a drivers education course as well as a driver training course.
Illinois's DMV has told me that I need to take a behind-the-wheel training course. Do you know if A-Adams School of Driving offers this course or not?
A-Adams School of Driving does offer the driver training course that Illinois requires all new teen-aged drivers to take. For more information about the courses A-Adams School of Driving offers, we recommend that you contact A-Adams School of Driving directly.
Do I have to take drivers education to get a Illinois driver's license?
Drivers education requirements vary depending on which state you live in, but you should be aware that most states require new, teen-aged drivers to register for both a behind-the-wheel training course in addition to a safe driving classroom or online course. You may wish to contact the Illinois DMV to find out exactly what requirements you will need to fulfill in order to obtain your first driver's license.
Do I have to take a Morton Grove Illinois driver training course in order to get a driver's license?
Yes. All drivers in Illinois must successfully complete an approved behind-the-wheel training course in order to receive a driver's license. Please contact A-Adams School of Driving for information on the types of driver training courses they offer in Morton Grove Illinois.
Am I required to obtain my instruction permit in Illinois before I am allowed to enroll in a driver training course like the one A-Adams School of Driving gives its students?
Laws vary from state to state, however most states do require that you hold a instruction permit before you can enroll in a driver training course like the one that A-Adams School of Driving gives its students.