17301 Livernois Ave, Detroit, MI 48221 313-850-0160 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hall of Fame Driving School was founded to provide new drivers safe and professional driving training and instruction in Detroit, Michigan. We are the number 1 driving school in Detroit, Michigan, serving hundreds of students each year. Our fully licensed driving school is trusted by adults and teenagers alike to provide a patient, courteous, and informed driving experience.
Road Test Fee: $50.00 ($60.00 on Sundays & Holidays)
Vehicle Rental Fee: $49.99
We accept cash, money orders, and credit cards.
The road test lasts approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
There shall be NO REFUND issued for failure of any part of the basic control skills test (off road) or driving test (on road).
There shall be NO REFUND issued for missing documents or equipment failure (defective equipment) during any portion of the skills test. However, if equipment failure occurs while using a rental vehicle provided by A&M Driver Testing, a full refund will be issued.
If a driver rents a vehicle and fails any portion of the test, there shall be NO REFUND issued for vehicle rental.
If you are a minor and you have had your Level 1 Learners License for 180 days (6 months), and have received your Segment 2 driver education certificate, you are eligible to take the road test. If you are a minor, you must bring a valid Level 1 Learners License, Segment 2 certificate, and picture identification. Your parent or guardian MUST be present during the road test.
If you are an adult and have had your Temporary Instructors Permit for at least 30 days or the Secretary of State has stamped your permit waiving the 30 days, you are eligible to take the road test. Adults MUST bring a valid Temporary Instructors Permit and picture identification. If you are an adult, no passengers other than yourself and the road test examiner will be allowed in the vehicle during the road test.
If you will be testing in your own vehicle, you must bring current proof of insurance and vehicle registration. Your vehicle must be road worthy. This means that the brakes and brake lights must work, including the brake light on the rear windshield or the center of the trunk. Your horn, speedometer, front and rear turn signals, and seat belts must be in proper working condition. Your rearview mirror and outside left mirror must be in tact. There must be seats for all occupants and your tires cannot be missing more than (1) lug on the entire vehicle.