Program Costs: *$650.00
$250.00 deposit required, payable to Xroads Driving School, LLC. 259 Main Street, Pelham, NH 03076.
Xroads Driving School Program as mandated by the state of New Hampshire consists of 30-hours of classroom instruction, 10-hours of behind-the-wheel training, and six hours of observing another student driver behind the wheel. Xroads Driving School is committed to quality driver education. As class size is limited, please register early. All students shall be eligible for driver education provided that their 16th birthday occurs on or before the last regularly scheduled classroom session of the course in which they are enrolled.
Instructor: My name is Christine Simmons, I have taught Driver Education for over seven years in the state of New Hampshire. I am also a certified High School teacher, I have extensive experience with students with disabilities including ELL (English Language Learners).
Parent Meeting: Prior to each class, we require that you and your new driver attend an orientation class. This class is designed to provide you with a course overview and pertinent information on training your new driver, as well as address any questions or concerns you may have. You and your teen will also receive materials helpful in preparing for this important life step.
Parent Involvement: Parents/guardians are required to log 40 hours of driving, 10 of which must be at night. Forms may be found on the DMV website. Behind-the-wheel lessons will be incorporated with the classroom portion of the program. It is critical that all parents take active involvement in their teen’s driving experience. We ask that you encourage your teen to prepare in order to ensure a successful result and maximum benefit from the program. Our goal is to have each student complete two one-hour in-car lessons per week.
New Hampshire Drivers Ed Requirements
If you are under 18, your first step will be completing New Hampshire driver education.
After you’ve completed all of these steps, you are free to apply for your New Hampshire driver’s license! To do this, you must be at least 16 years old. You will then need to visit a DMV office and provide the following:
Application for driver license form
Two documents that prove your identity
Your original driver education completion certificate (green slip)
A parent or guardian authorization certificate, signed by your parent or guardian
Your completed Driver's Out-Of-Class log sheet, signed by your parent or guardian
At the DMV, you will need to pass three tests: a vision test, a knowledge test, and a road test. Once you have successfully completed these exams, you will need to pay a license fee and have your picture taken. You will then be issued a temporary license before you receive your permanent license in the mail.
As you can see, drivers ed in New Hampshire is painless, especially when you take a course with I Drive Safely. What you learn from drivers ed is extremely valuable, and it’s information that will be useful to you throughout your entire driving career. That’s why it’s essential to take your drivers ed course requirements seriously.