BEHIND THE WHEEL INSTRUCTION LOG 30 HOURS BehindtheWheel Instruction Guide may be downloaded or printed from www.tdlr.texas.gov/driver The 30 hours of behindthewheel practice must be completed in
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Music hey I am Montana and I am here to show you exactly how to fill out those behind the wheel locks that you need for your certificate you need to log so you're behind the wheel instruction one is that 14-hour behind the wheel instruction log and the second one is a 30-hour behind the old practice log if you don't have those logs currently on hand you don't know where to find them no worries we got you just check the link in the description to print out those logs individually or you can find blank copies of those logs at the end of the pre DPS trip guide that we emailed you in your license certificate email I'm going to show you how to fill out your two behind the wheel a simple logs this is going to be the 14-hour in-car observation and behind the wheel instruction log and this 30-hour behind the wheel practice log these logs can definitely look intimidating but don't worry you've got this first it is important to note that none of the dates on either of these two logs should overlap with dates on any other log and only one hour of driving obstruction or practice may be logged in one day so you'll need 14 unique dates on the behind the wheel instruction log and 30 unique dates on the behind the wheel practice log let's start by walking through this 14 hour in-car observation of behind the wheel instruction log there's two blinks at the top of the form you'll enter the students legal name here and here you'll enter the students permit number also referred to as their learner's license number remember since these logs are for actual driving times all dates must be on or after the date the student earned their permit you can see that the log is separated by skill topic and broken up into a period of observation and practice in car observation is the time the student spends watching the eligible instructor perform the skill in the vehicle and the behind the wheel practice is the time the student spends practicing the skill behind the wheel with the instructor observing we have already filled the duration of time that each of these sections should take like these first two rows you can enter the same date to total one hour of time the time is just the actual time of day the obstruction began it's also totally okay to estimate the date time if you did it long as you go and you don't remember exactly it's just important that it looks right at the DPS once you've gotten all the dates down you're eligible instructor will sign off on each row with their name and the driver license number this is the same person who signed the classroom instruction log once it's all signed the log is complete so here let's see if we can fill it out together Music now that we've filled out this full form I want you to pay attention it's okay for these times of day to really be any time of day you're just going to want to start with the time that you actually did the practice and now...