If you are interested in scheduling a Driving Skills Road test, call  


If no one answers, leave a message and phone number and  we will get back to you as soon as we can. 

PLEASE NOTE: if we have not returned your call in 24 hours call back. Generally if we do not return calls it is because of the following reasons: 
  • no phone number was left to return the call 
  • phone number given does not have voicemail set up yet and we are unable to leave a message 
  • message is not spoken clearly and we could not hear the proper phone number 

 Test location: Standish-Sterling Central Elementary School (used to be the Middle School) 

3789 Wyatt Road 

Standish, MI 48658

The orange cones will be set up in the parking lot near the football field. 

 Click here to see a map and more details of the location


$70 CASH during the week

$80 CASH on weekends

The vehicle you bring for test day must have 
  • current proof of insurance 
  • current proof of registration 
  • working headlights, tail lights, horn, wipers, and signals
  • Back seat for adult to ride during test (only applies to those under 18) 
If you are UNDER 18 years old, on test day you must bring 
  • Level I License (held for at least 6 months)
  • Segment II certificate 
  • Log of 50 hours of practice driving (includes 10 hours of night driving) on a phone app or on paper
  • A parent, guardian or other adult approved by parent

More details about the paperwork needed for test day is below 

  • Have held a Level I license for a minimum of 6 months prior to testing. You must show this license to the examiner who must verify the date and license number.
  • Have completed a Segment II class. Bring the Segment II certificate to the test.
  • One adult (parent, guardian, or other adult approved by parent) must be present to ride in the back seat during the test and must sign the test form verifying that the student has completed a minimum of 50 hours of practice driving, 10 hours of which were at night. Bring a driving log showing the 50 hours of student driving required on phone app or on paper.
  • The student can have no convictions, civil infractions, license suspension, or at fault crashes during the 90-day period immediately preceding your test and application for a Level 2 license.
If you are 18 years old or OLDER, on test day you must bring 
  • Temporary Instruction Permit (TIP)

Applicants age 18 or over, not previously licensed in this state or in any other state or country, must meet the following requirements before taking the Driving Skills Road test: 

  • Pass a required vision and knowledge (written) tests at a Michigan Secretary of State office
  • Pay required fees and obtain a Michigan Operator or Chauffeur Temporary Instruction Permit (TIP)
  • Practice driving on a TIP for a minimum of 30 days to become eligible to take the Driving Skills Road test 

Rescheduling Policy 

We need at least 48 hours notice. If you contact us within the 48 hours of your test time to cancel, reschedule, or don't show up to your appointment and reschedule it is a $45 fee. 

Components of the Driving Skills Road Test 

  1. Vehicle familiarization and safety inspection
  2. Basic control skills test
  3. On-road driving test 
  4. The test is about 45 to 60 minutes from start to finish

Before you take the Driving Skills Road test, study your Driving Skills Test Study Guide. You may have received this guide when you took Segment I or Segment II. This guide will answer many questions that you may have regarding what to expect on the test. The guide is available at any Secretary of State office and can also be accessed on your computer by clicking HERE

You will have to sign and agree to our contract and fees when you arrive for the test. The contract is shown below. 

King of the Road Driving School, LLC

(989) 846-0372



Driving Skills Road Tests are $70 weekday and $80 weekend. Payments must be CASH or MONEY ORDER ONLY. NO checks or credit/debit cards.



I understand that the fee of $80 on the weekend and 70 dollars on weekdays for the driving skills test is non-refundable once the test has begun. Failure of any part of the test will require a $45 rescheduling fee. 

Did you know?

Over 10% of applicants are turned away from the Driving Skills Road test site because of document and/or equipment problems. The most common actions resulting in road test failure are:

  • Turning from the wrong lane.
  • Turning left in front of oncoming traffic.
  • Turning right on a red light without stopping.
  • Two times over the speed limit by 4 mph or more.
  • Disregarding instructions or refusal to perform instructed maneuver.
  • Losing control of the vehicle causing the examiner to take evasive action or assume control of the vehicle.


Some tips for taking the road test:

During the test, you must:

Wear your safety belt (all occupants in vehicle must wear safety belts.)

Obey all traffic signs, signals and laws.

Complete all traffic checks by moving your head to make your search obvious to the examiner.

Keep both hands on the steering wheel (unless shifting).

Complete the test without an accident or moving violation.

Throughout the test, you will be scored on your overall performance in the following general driving behavior categories:


Establish a pattern of searching left, right, ahead, and behind using all available mirrors and moving your head to make your traffic checks obvious to the examiner. Searching involves head and eye movements, as well as turning and looking over your shoulder to check blind spots.

Anticipate traffic, pedestrians, people entering and exiting parked vehicles and potentially hazardous situations well in advance.

Scan ahead to get the “big picture.”

 Speed and brake control:

Do not exceed the speed limit that is prescribed by a regulatory (white) sign, advisory (yellow) sign or by prevailing weather, roadway and traffic conditions.

Do not drive too slowly or too fast for traffic conditions.

Accelerate evenly and smoothly without jerking the vehicle.

Always come to a complete stop. Do not roll through stops

 Direction and space control:

Whenever you change lanes or turn, you must use your turn signal.

When turning, do not touch or cross over your lane markings or hit curbs.

When driving straight ahead, try to keep your vehicle centered within your lane without weaving outside of the lane markings.

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