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Basic driver edu courses are designed with the rookie driver in mind. New drivers who want to obtain their non commercial driver’s license will benefit from driver education classes regardless of their age. Most driver education programs help the student driver to gain hands on driving experience under the supervision of an experienced, professional driver. Many programs take a graduated approach to driver training, in which the novice driver systematically moves through the steps of the licensing process until they achieve full license status.

Specifically, a graduated licensing training system typically consists of three levels that the new driver must progress through. The first level is the learners permit, followed by at least 60 hours of hands on driving experience to obtain a provisional license, followed by a full license.

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