Road Testing and Vehicle Rental
ABC Training and Testing is authorized as a Third Party Skills Testing organization by Michigan Department of State. However, applicants are under no obligation to test with us after training.
Graduated License Testing Requirements
- Student must have held Level 1 Learner Permit for 180 days.
- Student must have a Segment 2 Completion Certificate.
- Student must have logged 50 hours of practice driving with 10 hours of night driving.
- Student must be incident free for 90 days.
Adult Testing Requirements
- Applicant must have held a valid, State of Michigan Temporary Instructional Permit (TIP) for 30 days.
CDL Skills Testing and Driver Evaluations
- Commercial Driver Skills Tests and Driver Evaluations are available in three counties, by appointment. Rentals are available in designated locations. Students are under no obligation to test with us.
- 14-day requirement
- All driver skills tests are on prepay basis and are non-refundable.
- No rentals available - Jackson site only.
Motorcycle test applicants must bring the following documents:
- Valid Motorcycle Temporary Instructional Permit (TIP)
- Valid Michigan Driver License
- Current Motorcycle Proof of Insurance and Registration
To legally ride a motorcycle on Michigan roads, you must have a valid driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement "CY." To get a motorcycle endorsement you must complete the following steps:
- Visit a Secretary of State office to take the vision and written knowledge tests.
Study the Michigan Motorcycle Operator Manual, available at any Secretary of State branch office or at the following link: Motorcycle Operator Manual. This is a valuable study guide for the written test. After passing the written exam a Temporary Instruction Permit will be issued allowing you to practice riding under supervision on public roads.
- Pass a skills test from a third-party testing agency or successfully complete a certified motorcycle safety course. Teenagers ages 16 and 17 are required to take a motorcycle safety course.
- Present your completion certificate at a Secretary of State office. The "CY" endorsement will be added to your license.