Broward County Public Schools is excited to offer third party testing at all 15 of our Driver’s Education locations
. Third Party Testing allows our DELAP state certified instructors to give both the restricted and driving test
to our students that qualify. Currently, Broward County Public Schools has 16 certified DELAP instructors that service all 12 locations. After the test is successfully completed students will then visit a local DMV office and have their picture taken and license made.
Department of Motor Vehicle information on DELAP testing from their website.
Many Driver Education teachers assist the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) in licensing new drivers. Students who satisfactorily completely DHSMV-approved Driver Education Licensing Assistance Program (DELAP) courses in participating public or private schools may receive DHSMV waiver certificates from their DELAP teacher. These certificates, when presented to the local driver license office, will be used to replace the DHSMV written and/or driving tests for issuance of a Learner's driver license or Class E license. DHSMV may, however, test any student on a random basis before issuing a driver license.
The restricted license
test will be given at the school that hosts the Driver’s Education program. It is given within the third and fourth week of the program. Driving tests
will be administered toward the end of the 8 week session. This will allow the student to practice all of the skills that will be need to successfully pass the driving exam.
During the first week of the class dates and testing times will be made available by the lead instructor at each site.