Articles for Parents
Practicing with Your New Driver is a Gift
I have been searching for a video that I saw on Facebook several weeks ago and I cannot find it! ...
Is Driving MBA Expensive?
I know that some consider DrivingMBA "expensive" when you compare DrivingMBA to other schools. Yet...
A Parents Role In Teenage Driving
I often get asked to provide input for articles that have to do with the topic of driving and what...
Top 5 Good Habits for Teen Drivers
When we learn how to drive we are building a foundation for the rest of our lives. Both good and...
Helping Develop a Cooperative Driving Culture
What's a cooperative driving culture? In a culture of me, me, me, safety advocacy seems to take a...
How to Help Your Teen Become a Defensive Driver
Teaching teens to drive defensively Defensive teen driving can help to prevent crashes, but it's...
Tips on Keeping Your Teens Safe This Summer
New teen drivers are three times as likely as adults to be involved in a deadly crash. We are in...
The Rush Before School Starts
UGHHHHH - July and August just before school starts we get inundated with requests to "get driver...
There Is a Method to Our Madness
Does our scheduling process mystify you? Sometimes frustrate you? There actually is a method to...
Driving and Teen Brain Development
One of the topics we touch on in our parents of teen drivers class is the development of the...
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.