DMV PR Steps
Steps on how to pre-register you student on the DMV website to receive the mandatory code needed by TopCops to enter their DMV paperwork.
Practice DMV test
Use this link to take parctice test for the DMV permit test.
Parent Orientation Power Point
If you miss the Parent Orientation on the first day of class, please take a few minutes to review this presentation.
Colorado Driving Manual
We urge all of our students to download and study the Colorado Driver Handbook to hlep them pass the written permit test.
Upcoming BTW Drive Reminder
Your student has an upcoming drive. Please review the Upcoming BTW Drive Reminder and the required items needed before your students scheduled upcoming drives. It is your responsibility to come prepared with necessary items to the Drive Instruction. Action Required!
2017/2018 Classroom Schedule
Permit Test Schedule 2017/2018
Parent Driving Handbook
This handbook contains lessons plans and check lists for parents to use to guide driving time with teens. Important Colorado laws are also in this handbook. We hope to minimize parent/teen conflict while learning to drive with this handbook!
Driver License Locations
DMV Parent/Student Driving Guide
TopCops BTW Information Flyer
DMV Student Information Sheet- Classroom
This form is needed by day 1 of class upon check in at the door. TopCops can not enter students into the DMV database without the code required by the DMV. Follow instructions on the form once you print it out.
Student Drive Contract - Mandatory for BTW
This student driver contract is manditory for the BTW training along with their permit and proof of insurance.(Teen drivers with permits are driving under the umbrella of your insurance. They cannot be named in your policy until they are 16 with a driver's license. A copy of your current insurance will work for proof of insurance.) Please bring these three items to the first drive. Without them, we will have to cancel the drive and the fee for re-scheduling is $90.00.
Student Log for Parents
Talk to your Teens About the "5 to Drive"
Talk to Your Teen About the "5 to Drive"
The "5 to Drive" campaign highlights the five necessary rules that teen drivers need to follow to stay safe behind the wheel. These rules address the greatest dangers for teen drivers: alcohol, texting, seat belts, speeding, and extra passengers.
Take the Toyota Parent/Student Safety Quiz