If you’re between ages 18 and 20 and you didn’t take Driver Education in high school, Nova’s 6-hour Adult Driver Education (ADE) class might be for you. Since mid-2014, Illinois has required first-time driver’s license applicants (without any prior Driver Education background) to complete a six-hour Adult Driver Education course in order to earn a license before age 21.
During Nova’s class, students learn about safe driving strategies; the Rules of the Road; the process for earning a driver’s license in Illinois; the dangers of distracted driving; the risks posed by driving under the influence; and ways to drive safely at night and in adverse weather conditions, among other topics. Justin R., pictured here, was among the students who did an outstanding job in Nova’s ADE class on Sunday, October 2.
Classes are held on specific Sundays of the month at Nova’s main branches at 2036 and 2058 N. Western Avenue as well as at Nova’s Hyde Park branch at 5503 S. Harper Ave in Chicago. To learn more about Nova’s Adult Driver Education course, visit us on the Web at http://novadriving.com/our-programs/written-exam-instruction-permit/ (scroll down to see the “Adult Driver Education” link) or call us at (773) 489-2712.