MVA Rights and Responsibilities
Each student has the right to a certified competent instructor, knowledgeable about the curriculum and traffic safety issues. With that right each student has the responsibility to arrive prepared and on time for every class without such distractions as talking or text messaging on cell phones, being disrespectful to the instructor, or talking with other students in class.
Each student has the right to be taught 30 hours of classroom instruction in an informative, interesting and challenging manner. With that right each student has the responsibility to be attentive and actively participate in every class.
Each student has the right to be taught the full 6 hours of behind the wheel driving instruction as required in the curriculum. With that right each student will listen to the instructor and not drive in a negligent or dangerous manner.
Each student has the right to be treated in a courteous, civil and respectful manner. With that right students have the responsibility to be polite and respectful to their instructors at all times and be willing to accept positive criticism to help them achieve driving success.
Each student has the right to attend class in a clean, safe, secure, temperature-controlled and fully equipped classroom that meets the local fire and building codes and MVA requirements. With that right each student has the responsibility to respect the property of the driving school by not defacing or destroying equipment or vehicles.
Each parent has the right to visit the driving school, see the instructor’s license and certification and the right to observe the first class in which their child is included. With that right each parent has the responsibility to refrain from interfering with the instruction.
Any parent who would like to observe the first class must call Premier Driving School prior to the observation to make the necessary arrangements. For safety and security, parents will not be permitted to observe without prior arrangements.
Each student has the right to have the driver education program, including both the 30 hours of classroom instruction and the 6 hours of required driving time, completed within 18 weeks of the first day of class. With that right each student has the responsibility to take an active role by monitoring all progress, communicating with the driving school and/or instructor and practicing if the student has his/her learner’s permit.
Each student has the right to place a complaint with the Motor Vehicle Administration regarding problems associated with the driving school or the instructor (410-424-3751). With that right each student has the responsibility to promptly pay the driving school for the driver education class and to alert the owner or manager of the driving school school about any problems before contacting the MVA.
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October 20, 2020
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Signed On: October 6, 2020
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