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The Adaptive Driving Program’s two-part evaluation process typically lasts about three hours and consists of a clinical pre-driving evaluation and a behind-the-wheel evaluation. A driver’s license or instruction permit will be required in order to drive on public streets; however, it is not required for a parking lot only assessment.
Once the evaluation is complete, one of three recommendations is made:
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