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    Behind-the-Wheel-Brian Auge

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered April through November, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: It is recommend that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.
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    Behind-the-Wheel-Greg Tikalsky

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered throughout the year, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: It is recommend that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.
  • Behind-the-Wheel-Jim Hudspeth

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered year round, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: In an attempt to make the most of these driving sessions, it is highly recommended that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.
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    Behind-the-Wheel-Tracy Skaja

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered April through November, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: It is recommend that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.
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    Driver's Education - Classroom Instruction - In person

    New Prague Area Community Education provides classroom and behind-the-wheel driver's education instruction for students ages 14 and older. This class meets the 30-hour requirement to prepare for an instruction permit (learner's permit). Class curriculum includes presentations, videos, discussion, worksheets and interactive software. Payment covers the 30-hour Classroom fee and holds a place for a Behind-the-Wheel registration (you will still need to register for a specific time/date in the program as information becomes available). If you have to miss a classroom session, make-up dates will be made available to you at the first class period and can be attended for an additional fee of $29.00 per date. Students must be present at the first session. PLEASE NOTE: State law requires 30 hours of classroom to obtain your blue card. If you are unable to attend all 30 hours, please consider a different session. If needed, class may be moved to an online format. We will let you know if or when that needs to happen!
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    Point of Impact: Teen Driver Safety Parent Awareness Class

    Teen Driver Safety Parent Awareness Class Attention parents of soon-to-be teen drivers! Do you know the real risks for teen drivers? Do you know the restrictions on new teen drivers? Can you cancel your teen’s license? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this class. Experts on young driver behaviors agree that involved parents make a difference in reducing crashes. This class will increase your awareness of the most common risks for teen drivers (you may be surprised!) and teen driver laws. It will increase your understanding of the strong influence you can have on your teen’s driving behavior. Parents — who understand teen driving risks and laws — can help their teen become a safer driver. Don’t miss this important opportunity to become aware of the risks your teen faces and arm yourself with ways you can keep them safe. It is not required that teens attend, but they are welcome to as parents see fit. Hosted by local driver education instructors and guest law enforcement speakers in partnership with the Minnesota Teen Safe Driving Coalition and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Pizza & pop will be served! There is no fee for this class. Registration is preferred.