Joshua’s Law 30 Hour Classroom And 30 Minute Introductory Driving Lesson
This package includes 30 Hour Classroom and A 30 Minute Introductory Driving Lesson. Classes will be conducted from 8-4 Monday thru Thursday.
Training is tailored to the individual needs and skill of the student driver. The average student requires 6-10 hours of training to garner the skills to safely operate a vehicle and pass a DDS road skills test.
Joshua’s Law 30 Hour Classroom And 30 Minute Intro Driving Lesson
Joshua’s Law Driver’s Education Course includes 30 hours of classroom driver’s education classes and a 30-minute introductory driving lesson. At the completion of training, students will receive a DDS certificate for the successful completion of the 30-hour classroom.
Classes will be conducted Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:00 thru 4:00 pm. At the completion of the course, students will receive their 30 minute complimentary driving lesson.
The following tasks are must be successfully demonstrated in order to obtain a driver’s license:
- Parallel Parking: Park midway between two standards so that your car is not more than 18 inches from the curb.
- Backing: Back your car for a distance of about 50 feet, at a slow rate of speed, and as straight and as smoothly as possible. Turn your head and look back at all times while backing.
- Stopping for Signs or Traffic Signals: Give the proper hand or brake signal; approach in the proper lane; stop before reaching a pedestrian crosswalk; and remain stopped until you can move safely through.
- Turnabout: Turn your car in a narrow space using two-, three- or five-point turns.
- Approaching Corners: You must be in the proper lane and look in both directions.
- Yielding Right-of-Way: Always yield the right-of-way to pedestrians, motor vehicles, bicyclists or anyone else who moves into the intersection before you.
- Turning: Get into the proper lane and give signal an adequate distance before reaching the turn.
- Passing: Always look ahead and behind to make sure you can safely pass without interfering with other traffic.
- Following: Do not drive too closely behind other cars. Watch the car ahead of you; when it passes some reference point, such as a telephone pole, and then count “one-thousand-one, one-thousand-two.” If you pass the same spot before you are through counting, you are following too closely.
- Posture: Keep both hands on the steering wheel. Do not rest your elbow on the window and do not attempt to carry on a conversation with the Examiner because they will be busy giving instructions and recording your score.