Skiles Driving SchoolFAQ's
Are all the driving schools listed on your website fully-licensed by the Illinois DMV to offer behind-the-wheel training courses in Illinois?
The driving school directory on our website is for your convenience only, and we cannot absolutely guarantee that every driving school listed is currently certified to offer driving training courses in Illinois. We suggest you contact the Illinois DMV to make sure a particular driver training school is licensed before you register for their driving course.
I heard that parents can fill the role of driving instructor in Illinois, so taking a East Moline behind-the-wheel training course like the one Skiles Driving School offers is not necessary. Is that true?
You should contact the Illinois DMV or a licensed driving school like Skiles Driving School and ask them. While parent-taught driving instruction is permitted in some states, many states do NOT allow it.
I don't know how to drive using a manual-shift. Will Skiles Driving School have an automatic-shift car available that I can use for my behind-the-wheel training?
Since you're enrolling in a East Moline 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 Skiles Driving School know what your preference is before enrolling in their driver class. That way you'll know for sure they will accommodate you.
What happens to those of us who live in a rural area? Will Skiles Driving School include instruction on how to drive on dirt roads, mountain roads, and other bumpy terrain?
If you live in a rural location, there is a high probability that a local driver training school like Skiles Driving School will either want--or even be required--to tailor their instruction towards driving safely in your particular area.
Are 14-year-olds allowed to obtain a learner's permit in Illinois?
Although a few states allow teen-agers to begin practicing how to drive at 14, most states have set the minimum age for which to hold a learner's permit at either 15 or 15½. You will need to contact the Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or a licensed driving school like Skiles Driving School to find out what the minimum age for driving is in Illinois.
Will I be required to sign up for both a drivers education classroom or online course and a driver training course in East Moline Illinois?
It depends on which state you live in, but many states now mandate new teen-aged drivers to enroll in both a drivers education course as well as a driver training course.
If I need to enroll in a East Moline Illinois driver training program, can Skiles Driving School help?
Yes. Skiles Driving School offers driving instruction in East Moline Illinois. For more information about the type of behind-the-wheel training Skiles Driving School offers and the training schedule, you should contact them directly.
I live in East Moline Illinois. What are the requirements for me to be able to get my first Illinois driver's license?
It depends on the particular laws of Illinois, but most states require teen-aged first-time license applicants to successfully complete both a safe driving classroom course and a driver training course. Skiles Driving School may offer courses which would fulfill the driver training requirement, however you will need to contact them directly to find out exactly what types of courses they offer.
What are the laws in Illinois concerning driver training courses? Do I have to take one to get my driver's license?
Yes, you do. Illinois law states that new drivers take an approved driver training course as a prerequisite to getting their first driver's license.
Is it possible to register for a Illinois-certified driver training course before I obtain my Illinois learners permit?
It depends on what the specific laws are in Illinois, however most states require first-time drivers to receive a learners permit before registering for a behind-the-wheel training course. We recommend you contact a driving school such as Skiles Driving School to obtain more information.