Michigan Announces the Parent’s Supervised Driving Program


Teen Driver - credited to Tracy Aiguier

New Program in Michigan

Michigan announces the rollout of a new driving program to help parents and guardians of teen drivers.

The program includes a new parent’s driving guide sponsored by Ford that is being distributed to parents of teen drivers at Secretary of State Offices. You can also download the guide at: michigan.gov

This guide was created to address a need to improve roadway safety and teen driving behaviors nationwide.

In addition, there is an app that can be used to log and track driving practice hours.

In Michigan, teens are required to complete 50 hours of driving with a parent or guardian, including 10 hours at night, before taking a road-skills test and being allowed to drive alone.

The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program

The program is also available in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, Nebraska, Colorado, Idaho, Delaware, and Alaska.

Read more here.



New and Revised Questions on Texas Practice Test

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This week the Texas preparation tests on driversprep.com have been updated with new and revised questions.

All questions are now based on the 2012 version of the Driver’s Handbook. About 50 new questions have been added and many questions have been totally rewritten.

Each free test consists of a set of 25 questions, randomly picked from the large pool of questions (the pool has more than 500 questions).

On the practice test you must correctly answer 20 questions to pass (80%), which is slightly more than on the real test.

Taking several practice tests on the web site is one of the best ways to prepare for the real written test. But don’t forget to read the handbook!

What questions can you expect on the driver’s license test?

A written test will cover all the contents of the handbook including road signs, safety rules and legal items. It will sample across all knowledge categories or domains, in order to make sure you have a complete understanding of the handbook.

Meaning, you must both read and practice.

That way you will an advantage over many others, and most likely pass at your first try.

Tests are absolutely free. No hidden fees or strange gimmicks. And you stay anonymous. Driversprep.com does not save information about you.

To take one of the free tests now, click on the start button below.