Driver's Education

To Receive an Illinois Instructional Permit, students must pass the state written test, vision test and bring in $20 cash or check. Checks need to be made payable to the Secretary of State or S.O.S.

Students will receive at least 30 hours of classroom and instruction from Genoa-Kingston High School. They will also receive 6 hours of Behind-The-Wheel (BTW) from Drive-Rite during their PE time or other arranged time by Drive-Rite.

Illinois Rules of the Road Book

Illinois Graduated Licensing Program Brochure

Graduated Licensing Program Link

Parent Teen Driving Guide

50 Hour Driver Log

Consent to Drive

Parent Teen Driving Contract

Medical Report (filled out by physician)

Vision Specialist Report

Electronic Blue Slip

After Completion of both phases of driver education course go to:

Then enter your permit number, this will tell you if you have successfully completed driver education. You still need to hold a permit for 9 months, be at least 16 years of age and must have completed 50 hours of practice (10 at night) with a parent, guardian or adult 21 years of age that they have approved of. You will also need to produce the required forms of identification (see below link).

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