Frequently Asked Questions
Please see our frequently asked questions. If you still have more questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
You can take drivers education as soon as you turn 15 years old.
No, you can drive with one of our instructors before you obtain a Learner's Permit, but you must have your Top Tier contract (a picture on your phone is sufficient) with you for each of your drives.
You can schedule your drives as soon as you complete the 10 hours of classroom instruction here (provide link) using your student login and password that you will receive on the last day of class.
No, eligible students can now go to a participating Tag Agency for processing of their Learner Permit. In order to be processed through a tag agency the student must either have completed the written knowledge exam or completed driver education. A student is able to take the written exam either at a Service Oklahoma testing center or at a participating Vocational Technology Center. The CV Tech in El Reno is our closest VoTech center that administers the written exam. A student will receive their certificate of completion of driver education once they have completed the 10 hours of classroom instruction as well as the 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction.
Change the answer to: “No, we are able to administer the Oklahoma State Driver License Exam. All you need to do is email a picture of your Learner Permit to email@example.com along with your choice of “prepaid test with package,” “test only,” “1-hour prep & test,” “or 2-hour prep & test.
Do I need to complete the “Work Zone Safe” online course before I can get my Intermediate Driver License?
As of November 1st, 2023, individuals under the age of 18, wishing to get their Intermediate Driver License must complete the Free Oklahoma Work Zone Safe online course found at https://www.workzonesafe.com/ and provide the certificate of completion of this course to the tag agency prior to receiving the Intermediate Driver License
RealID is a source of identification, such as driver's licenses, that meet the federal government's standards. These identifications allow holders to travel by air, visit military bases, federal buildings, and nuclear facilities. Adults will need to have a RealID source of identification by May 3rd, 2023. For more information go to https://www.realid.ok.gov/.
No you will complete the 10-hour classroom instruction over multiple days depending on the session that you choose to enroll in. We have classes that can be completed over two days, three days, or even over five days. They may be held in the morning, afternoon, or evenings on weekdays or weekends. We offer a variety of classes to fit most schedules.
No, generally you will schedule three separate two-hour behind-the-wheel drive sessions. You are able to choose those sessions that best fit your schedule. You can only schedule one session per day and at peak times you may be limited to one session per week.