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"Home School" driver's education

We live in a very remote area far from the local high school that offers driver’s education courses.  Is it possible to “home-school” our teen in driver’s education so he can obtain his driver’s license at age 15?

No. If a teen wants to obtain a restricted driver’s license prior to their 16th birthday, they MUST complete a driver’s education course at a public or private high school that has is approved by the Montana Office of Public Instruction.  Teens not able to complete such a course need to wait until they are 16 when they can take the written exam, obtain a Traffic Education Learner License (TELL permit) and drive with their parents (or a licensed adult driver authorized by the parents) for the required 50 hours and six months.  More on the GDL here.



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