We provide free pick up and drop off at home or school for all driving lessons. We have several driving packages to match any budget and need. Don’t see what you need? Give us a call and allow us to set up a driving lesson program just for you.
Our lessons are scheduled via DriveScout Student Management System Students manage their schedules based upon instructor availability. As a further convenience, test and email reminders and confirmations are sent to each student.
Our instructor’s travel time is never deducted from the lesson. We guarantee to cover all phases of driving including expressway and all forms of parking with packages over 6 hours.
There are never any extra or hidden charges for registration, make-up classes, or payment plan. When you have completed the class, and, as soon as you complete the behind-the-wheel lessons and observation if necessary, we will immediately certify you and and email your DDS Initial Licensing Certification. Certificates are used for satisfying Joshua’s Law requirements and insurance rate reductions.
The following areas will be covered during the DDS Road Test:
- 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.
- Use of Clutch: If your car has a standard transmission, you must shift smoothly and correctly.
- Approaching Corners: You must be in proper lane and look in both directions.
- Yielding Right-of-Way: Always yield 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.