Driver Education Licensing Procedure

Upon successful completion of the Driver Education program, both classroom and Behind The Wheel (BTW), students will receive a "Virtual Blue Slip" from the Illinois State Board of Education. To see if your student has received his or her "Virtual Blue Slip" click here. A student must wait to receive their "Virtual Blue Slip" before going to the Secretary of State's Driver Service Facility.

To obtain an Illinois Driver's License students will need to bring the following documents with them to the Secretary of State's Driver Service Facility:

·         Instruction Permit (both halves) 

·         Letter Addressed to You at Your Home Address

·         Certified Birth Certificate (Hospital Copy Not Accepted)

·         Social Security Card

·         50-Hour Certification Sheet Signed By a Parent

·         Proof of Insurance (Insurance Card)

·         A vehicle that will pass an inspection 
Cooperative Driver Testing Program (CDTP) Driving Test Form - If Applicable

Students will be expected to take a driving test in a vehicle provided by you (if you have not received the CDTP certificate from your instructor). Even with the CDTP certificate you may still be subject to a spot check (Driving Test) by the Secretary of State. Be prepared to have your picture taken for your driver's license.You can take your test at a local Secretary of State Driver Service Facility by clicking here

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