These are some of most frequently asked questions by our driving students.
The maximum length of a lesson for drivers under 18 is two hours. It is important that you have some practice time between lessons. That being said, it is also important that all three two-hour lessons be taken in a timely manner.
$82.50 per hour for private instruction.
No, it is not required, but it is strongly encouraged so that instruction can be reinforced in a consistent manner.
Dependent upon your location, we will pick you up at home, work, school, or a designated meeting place.
No, each of the lessons is designed to teach a specific skill. It is essential to your success to get all the information prior to most of your practice. This helps create a stable foundation and minimizes the chances of picking up bad habits.
You may take as many as you feel necessary. We do encourage students to take a brush-up lesson a month to 45 days prior to taking their driving test.
Some adults can take a few lessons while others require a higher number of lessons. Your instructor will evaluate your needs and will compile an individualized program for you.
We do not rent our cars. If you are an existing student, we can schedule a lesson around your drive test and you may take the test in our vehicle.
We accept most credit cards, PayPal, checks, or cash.
A learner’s permit, a license, or an international license.
A learner’s permit is not valid until the first behind-the-wheel lesson, at which time the instructor validates it.
Yes, we offer an online course that you can work on at your own pace. Kids seem to really appreciate the structure and ease of use. It is designed as an interactive video game-style road trip.
In most all cases the answer is “no.” As a safety precaution, we have our own dual-equipped vehicles. The exception is if you are already licensed, and then it is left up to the instructor’s discretion.
At this time, we only have automatic vehicles. However if you are already licensed and own a manual transmission vehicle, it is up to the instructor’s discretion.
Yes. There will be an extra $20 charge for written evaluation from the instructor.
No, but if there is a language barrier, you are welcome to bring someone along to translate.
We do a minimum of a two-hour lesson in one day. If you are over the age of 18, you are welcome to schedule more than two hours in one day.
Yes, if you are willing to meet our instructor somewhere that is within our area of service. We can be pretty flexible depending on how busy we are.
Every insurance company is different. Check with your insurance company to determine the specifics.