Most people in the U.S. learn to drive at the age of fifteen or sixteen through standardized driver education classes. These training courses are offered to people of all ages but are usually targeted towards high school students. Local school districts sometimes provide drivers ed as an after-school program. Older people seeking driver education are left with fewer options.Read More
Most people are aware of popular statistics such as: car accidents are the number one cause of death for children eighteen and under. More than half of these automobile related deaths occur when a teen driver is behind the wheel. Most passenger fatalities happen when they are not wearing a seat belt and moving at forty-five miles per hour or faster.Read More
GOT A TICKET? VISIT OUR ONLINE TRAFFIC SCHOOL
OUR DRIVER ED COURSES ARE THE MOST CONVENIENT AND LEAST EXPENSIVE COURSES ON THE MARKET.