YES, you can take the Driving Test at All Star Driving School instead of testing at the Texas Department of Public Safety. This means that you can avoid the long wait for a driving test at the TDPS.
YOU QUALIFY TO TAKE A ROAD TEST IF:
You are between the ages of 16 and 24
Must have a valid permit and have held permit for a minimum of 6 months.
Must have completed an approved Teen Driver Education Program (32 Classroom hours and 14 In/Car hours of instruction).
Must have a DE-964 (Commercial Driving School) and/or PT-964 (Parent Taught)
Watch 2 hour ITTD video and have valid completion certificate (expires 90 days after date of issue). CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO WATCH VIDEO
You must complete 32 hours of Classroom Driver Education and 14 hours of In Car instruction (A certificate of completion form DE-964 or PT DE-964 is required).
We can administer the driving test no matter where you took driver education, All Star Driving School, parent taught, on-line, another commercial driving school or a combination of programs.
WE MUST HAVE THE COMPLETION CERTIFICATE (DE-964 and/or PT -964 for Teen Course TO ADMINISTER THE DRIVING TEST. (Unless it was scanned into the system and retained by the Texas Department of Public Safety- must sign a statement that the TDPS has certificate on file)
You must watch a two (2) hour video, Impact Texas Teen Drivers (ITTD). After watching the ITTD, you need to print a certificate of completion and submit the certificate to All Star Driving School.
The video must be completed within 90 days of the driving test date. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO WATCH VIDEO
Parent must accompany applicant to sign required documents for the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Possess a valid Texas permit. (For the Teen Test, you must have held a valid Texas Learner's Permit for at least 6 Months, check the back of your permit to verify the date you must hold permit until.
ROAD TEST INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
Use of All Star Driving School vehicle for testing
Test criteria provided to applicant prior to administration of the test.
Upon completion of the driving test, the examiner will tell the applicant of any errors made during the driving test and advise the applicant how to correct those errors.
If applicant disqualifies themselves (fails the exam), they are afforded one complementary retest.