Not sure what to expect?

Behind the wheel classes are great for new drivers who do not have a car or supervising passenger to help them learn the rules of the road. We start with the basics, then move along to more advanced maneuvers fitting the learning capabilities of each student. The instructor will arrive on time at the given address and can drop off the student at home, school, or work. Although we are committed to teaching the student everything we can, our instructors are cordial and fun. The student will feel like he/she is driving with a friend whom can be trusted.

6 Hours

$400

3 Days

State Minimum for Minors

3 x 2 Hour Lessons

Car Controls + Stop/Start

Overhand Maneuver

Three Point Turn

Residential U-turn

Parking & Reversing

10 Hours

$580

5 Days

Freeway

5 x 2 Hour Lessons

Car Controls + Stop/Start

Overhand Maneuver

Three Point Turn

Residential U-turn

Parking & Reversing

14 Hours

$760

7 Days

Freeway + Parallel Parking

7 x 2 Hour Lessons

Car Controls + Stop/Start

Overhand Maneuver

Three Point Turn

Residential U-turn

Parking & Reversing

Choose the package that’s right for you, state law requires any minor to take a minimum of 6 hours of behind the wheel training with a professional instructor. If your a complete beginner and have no one to teach you or lend you their car then you might consider getting one of our bigger packages that offers more time behind the wheel to build your confidence and pass your drive test on the first try. If you feel comfortable driving in our car, you will be given the option to add DMV drive test service. We will pick you up and give you one hour of practice before the test and take you to your DMV appointment right after.

  • Be a safer and confident driver!
  • Enhance, refresh and brush up your skills.
  • Be a defensive driver on the road.
  • Learn to manage time, space, and intersection interaction.
  • Drive through any bridge, tunnel, or highway.
  • Improve your lane-changing skills.
  • Learn how to merge onto and exit highways.
  • Learn how to manage driving in adverse conditions.
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