Important links and tips for new and seasoned drivers

Michigan Secretary of State

Use this page to locate road testers, additional information on requirements for level 1 and level 2 licenses.

Michigan Department of Transportation

Check MDOT during construction season to get ahead of the game

Summer Driving Tips from The National  Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Here is a great winter storm check list for your car from the CDC:

It is best to avoid traveling, but if travel is necessary, keep the following in your car

  • Cell phone, portable charger, and extra batteries

  • Items to stay warm such as extra hats, coats, mittens, and blankets

  • Windshield scraper

  • Shovel

  • Battery-powered radio with extra batteries

  • Flashlight with extra batteries

  • Water and snack food

  • First aid kit with any necessary medications and a pocket knife

  • Tow chains or rope

  • Tire chains

  • Canned compressed air with sealant for emergency tire repair

  • Cat litter or sand to help tires get traction, or road salt to melt ice

  • Booster cables with fully charged battery or jumper cables

  • Hazard or other reflectors

  • Bright colored flag or help signs, emergency distress flag, and/or emergency flares

  • Road maps

  • Waterproof matches and a can to melt snow for water

Lee Driving School
26445 Franklin Pointe Dr, Southfield, MI 48034
Office phone: 248-932-5333



Farmington Hills- Sheryl Alpern 248-739-3575

Novi– Bill Mohr 734-464-3339

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