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Driver Education Program Description

Plainfield’s driver education department offers students a comprehensive, fully integrated program that covers a one semester period of time. The phases consist of classroom, and the on-the-road phase, these phases meet requirements established by the State of Illinois.

Before a student can enroll in driver education at Plainfield, he/she must be a sophomore, at least 15 years of age by the first day of class, and must have received a passing grade in at least (8) courses during the previous two (2) semesters.  Further explanation of this law (House Bill 418) can be obtained from the student’s counselor.
A student must pass both the classroom and the driving phases to qualify for an Illinois license prior to age 18.  Plainfield also participates in the Cooperative Driver Testing Program with the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office which allows Plainfield’s specially certified instructors to administer the State Road Test if the student receives an A or B in both Classroom and Laboratory phases of the program.

Parent/teen driver guide

2019 Illinois DMV Permit test

Permit Practice Test #1

Permit Practice Test #2

Graduated Driver License

Free Illinois DMV Rules of the Road

50 clock-hour log

Adult Driver Education

Curriculum night powerpoint

Classroom Phase

Electronic Blue Slips

Illinois High School and College Driver Education Association

Items to take to DMV

Local Curfew Laws

On-Road Driving Phase

Permit Study Guide

Rules of the Road

Illinois Secretary of State Medical Report

Illinois Vision Specialists Report

License Process

Teen-Parent Driving Guide (GDL Booklet)

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