15 - 17yrs DRIVER'S ED

Louisiana Law requires anyone 15-17 years of age who desires a driver's license to take a "38 Hour Driver Education Course", which includes 30 hours of in-class training and 8 hours of behind-the-wheel training.

NOTE: Please have your Temporary Instruction Permit (TIP) from the DMV before attending the class.


30 Hour Classroom Training

Not all driving schools are the same. Choose your driving school wisely. Driving is a life-long skill. Driver's is only taken once. Make the investment in your new driver's safety.

Don't settle for just any Driving Course. Top Cop has a very interactive class that goes way beyond just preparing our students for the DMV Written and Road Skills Test. Our goal is to provide each student with the knowledge and skill to remain collision-free for life.

Our Classroom training is about facilitating—not lecturing. We aspire to help our new drivers make better decisions on the roadway through our interactive classroom format.

We show PowerPoint Video clips of actual on-road situations. We get the student involved early in the critical decisions drivers must make on a regular basis.


We do not make our students wait weeks or months to start their in-car training.

At Top Cop Driving Academy, from the first day of class to the final driving appointment, we average only 5-7 weeks, from start to finish. The DMV allows driving schools 4 months to complete training.

Quality of education is paramount at Top Cop Driving Academy.


  • Writing utensil
  • Notebook
  • Bag lunch or lunch money (lunch will be ordered and picked up by the driving school)
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