Articles for Parents
When is a Teen Really Ready to be Licensed?
Multiple agencies and experts have studied driving safety and teenagers. While readiness remains a...
A Safe Commute Begins with a Smart Driver
Commuting habits in the United States are slowly evolving as a repercussion of the pandemic...
Learning to Drive is a Process Not an Event
When people think about driver’s ed or learning to drive they think about it in terms of a class...
Best 2022 New and Used Vehicles for Teenage Drivers
U.S. News recently published an article recommending new and used vehicles for teens. They are...
A Guide to DrivingMBA’s Training
DrivingMBA's approach to driver training is a unique combination of teaching modalities and...
Keeping your Teen Drivers Safe during the Holiday Season
The Holiday Season is upon us and although the events of 2020 have changed many aspects of our...
COVID-19 Resources and Information
I was recently on a conference call with Dr. Martina Cartwright a leading Scientist and Denise...
The Myth of Multi-Tasking and Why It’s Dangerous for Teen Drivers
The National Safety Council has created a series of articles and infographics about the myths of...
The Six Hidden Signs of Teen Anxiety
All teens experience anxiety. Things like public speaking, exams, or social functions can cause...
Nutritionist Warns: Driving on a full stomach can be as dangerous as drunk-driving
We've all heard the old wives' tales about waiting an hour after we eat to take a swim. But what...
MVD Information Services
- Main Number: 602.255.0072
- Web site: www.azdot.gov/mvd/
- Permit & New Graduated License Guidelines
If you have a complaint about the driver training services provided by DrivingMBA and want to register a complaint with the MVD click here access the MVD complaint form.
Getting A Drivers Permit
We highly recommend students take the time to prepare for the test and download the AZ Motor Vehicle Driver License manual. If your student needs additional practice, the AZ Motor Vehicle Department also provides practice tests.
Students between the ages of 15 1/2 and 18 can take the written test at home. A parent (or guardian) must register the student first. Once registered, the parent will receive login information. When the student is ready to take the test the parent is required to proctor the test to insure that the student knows the information.
Click on the following link for more information about Permit Test @Home.
DrivingMBA can also proctor the test for a student, however, a parent must still register their child and provide the necessary login information.
Safe Cars for Teens
Below are several links for information on safe vehicles for a newly licensed teenager. DrivingMBA does not recommend large, powerful vehicles for young drivers. Our recommendation is a sedan with good safety features and a small engine. Too much power in the hands of a teenager is not a good idea.