March 12, 2019, Introduced by Senators VICTORY, BARRETT and JOHNSON and referred to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.




     A bill to amend 2006 PA 384, entitled


"Driver education provider and instructor act,"


by amending section 39 (MCL 256.659), as amended by 2010 PA 16.




     Sec. 39. A segment 2 curriculum course provided under this act


shall must meet all of the following requirements:


     (a) Be offered only to a student who has done all of the




     (i) Successfully completed a segment 1 curriculum driver


education course.


     (ii) Held a valid level 1 graduated driver license for not


less than 3 continuous months.


     (iii) Acquired 30 or more hours driving experience on a level


1 graduated driver license that includes, except as otherwise


provided in this subparagraph, not less than 2 hours of night


driving with a licensed parent or legal guardian, or with the


permission of a parent or legal guardian, with any licensed driver


who is 21 years of age or older. The nighttime hours requirement


does not apply to a person who has been issued a graduated driver


license that permits daylight driving only as provided in R 257.3


of the Michigan Administrative Code.


     (b) Contain 6 or more hours of classroom instruction that is


scheduled so the student receives not more than 2 hours of


classroom instruction per day.


     (c) Provide instruction explaining the right to make an


anatomical gift in the event of death under part 101 of the public


health code, 1978 PA 368, MCL 333.10101 to 333.10123. Instructional


materials to effectuate this subdivision shall must be developed in


cooperation with the federally designated organ procurement


organization for this state and shall must include information on


how to join the state organ, tissue, and eye donor registry. The


following apply to instruction provided under this subdivision:


     (i) If instruction material is provided at no cost to the


driver education provider in an electronic medium and the provider


uses a compatible type of electronic medium in providing


instruction under this section, the provider shall show the


instruction material to its students.


     (ii) If instruction material is provided at no cost to the


driver education provider in the form of a brochure or other


written material, the provider shall provide the material to its



     Enacting section 1. This amendatory act does not take effect


unless Senate Bill No._192__


of the 100th Legislature is enacted into law.