The licensee is required to provide a 1500 minutes Driver Education Training Course in a classroom environment. Department approved training must take place in the classroom, as home-study and online training are not approved by the department. Training is also available at secondary schools and is sponsored by the Department of Education.
Whereas, most driving schools provide a generic Driver Education training program for all applicants, our friendly and highly experienced instructors spend long hours to develop adequate and specific Driver Education training program that address the needs of every individual driver. We understand the skill level as well as physical condition and age group will require us to address each category on individual basis, in order to achieve great results in the shortest time possible.
Driver Education training program material includes: Rights, Responsibilities
- The Driver-Developing Visual Skills and Decision Making Processes
- Alcohol, Drugs, and Driving
- Rules of the Road
- Rules of the Road and Primary Causative Factors of Accidents
- Safety Belts, Child Restraint Seats, and Airbags
- Basic Car Control – Faster or Slower, Left or Right
- Urban Driving
- Freeway Driving
- Night Driving
- Natural Laws, Bad Weather Driving, Mechanical Failure Emergencies
- Protecting and Defending Against Other Road Users
- Buying and Maintaining a Vehicle, Financial Responsibility
- Review, Final Test