Maryland Drivers Education program is one of the prerequisite by law prior to obtaining your Provisional Driver License (PDL). We offer Drivers Education for Teens and adults who are getting their drivers license for the first time.
Like most other states, Maryland has instituted a graduated licensing program to help young drivers build better skills and gain more experience. The program is divided into three gradual steps, and is required for all applicants who are of the legal age to take the program. The graduated licensing program also known as the Rookie Program means that each student have to complete each stage before moving on to the next level.
The Driver Improvement Program (DIP) is a 4-8 hour instructional program that is intended to provide driver rehabilitation. You may have been assigned to the driver improvement program for one of the following reasons:
You were referred by a District Court Judge;
You were referred by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH);
You accumulated 5, 6, or 7 points on your driving record;
You were convicted or granted probation before judgement for a moving violation while holding a provisional driver’s license.