1. How old do I have to be to start driving school or get my permit?
    You must be at least 16.
  2. Where do I get my permit?
    You must go to your local full service DMV office.
  3. Do I need a permit to start driver’s education?
    You don't need a permit to start the classroom part of your training, but you do need it for the road training.
  4. I am an adult 18 or older. How do I get my license?
    Adults must take a mandatory eight-hour drug and alcohol safe driving practice course. We usually do a biweekly class; call the office for upcoming dates.
  5. I failed the permit test at DMV. Can you help me?
    Yes. If you are a student with Airway, we have permit prep tests to help you succeed.
  6. I am under 18. Do parents need to attend class?
    Yes. A parent or legal guardian must attend a two-hour class with the student. You must call the office to set up a date.
  7. How long do I have to have my permit before I can get my license?
    Students taking the full teenage course only have to wait 120 days. Students who take the eight-hour drug and alcohol course only must wait 180 days before they can test for their license.
  8. Do I have to have a permit to start the teenage course?
    No, you must be 16 to start the classroom courses. You must have a permit in order to drive behind the wheel.

drivers license, failed examImportant Links

DMV home page
DMV sample tests 
DMV Driving Manual 
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety 
Survive the Drive 

Airway Driving School is a member of:

  • The Valley Chamber of Commerce
  • CT Driving School Professionals
  • The Driving School Association of the Americas, Inc.
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