Behind the wheel driving lessons are typically designed to follow a standardized driver educational program that is established by the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) in Maryland. This program is progressive, meaning that each lesson builds upon the skills and knowledge learned in previous lessons.
As a student progresses through the lessons, they are expected to practice the skills and techniques they have learned in between sessions. This practice is essential for helping the student to retain the information and skills they have learned, and to continue to improve their driving abilities.
If a student is not showing readiness to progress to the next lesson, they will remain at their current level until they have exhausted all of the allotted practice time for that lesson. Once they have completed the required practice time, they will need to pay for each additional evaluation in order to move on to the next lesson.
It is important for students to take their lessons seriously and to put in the necessary practice time in order to progress through the program efficiently. By doing so, they can improve their driving skills and become safer and more responsible drivers on the road.