|(a) Written or electronic records of student attendance
must be prepared daily to document the attendance and absence of the
students. A student must make up any time missed. Electronic signatures
must comply with Texas Business and Commerce Code, Chapter 322.
(b) Driver education training offered by the provider
must not exceed six hours per day. In-person driver education providers
may include five minutes of break per instructional hour as identified
in §84.500 (relating to Courses of Instruction for Driver Education
Schools). In-car instruction provided by the provider must not exceed
four hours per day as follows:
(1) four hours or less of in-car training; however,
behind-the-wheel instruction must not exceed two hours per day; or
(2) four hours or less of simulation instruction; or
(3) four hours or less of multicar range instruction;
(4) any combination of the methods delineated in this
subsection that does not exceed four hours per day.
(c) A student must complete the hours of instruction
for the required classroom and in-car phases of the minor or adult
driver education course, including any makeup lessons, within the
timeline specified in the original student enrollment contract.
(d) Variances to the timelines for completion of the
driver education instruction stated in the original student enrollment
contract may be made at the discretion of the provider owner and must
be agreed to in writing by the parent or guardian.