Make the Most of Your Learner’s Permit
Logging Your Progress
Like cramming for the SATs or making the cut for varsity soccer, there’s no such thing as too much practice when learning to drive. You’ll need between 65 to 120 hours of supervised driving practice before receiving taking the on-road test at the DMV. Research shows novice teen drivers need practice in a variety of environments to improve driving performance, as well as in more challenging conditions, such as in inclement weather or at night.
The TeenDrivingPlan Goal Guide and TeenDrivingPlan Logging and Rating Tool will help you keep track of the goals for each practice drive, the hours you spend behind the wheel, and what you still need to work on. They are recommended to be used with the TeenDrivingPlan Practice Guide, an evidence-based interactive resource to help you and your parents effectively plan and structure supervised practice drives. We recommend no more than three goals per driving session. With an experienced adult driver as your guide, you’ll be on your way to earning your Intermediate License.
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Logging and Rating Tool