Driver’s Training (Behind-the-wheel)

  • Teens (under 18 years old):
    Driving Training is the behind the wheel instruction that the DMV requires you to take if under 18 years old, which allows eligibility for the DMV drive test. You are required to take six hours of instruction with a DMV licensed driving school. Training can be done on weekdays or weekends, and each session is 2 hours. Therefore training is held over 3 different days to fulfill the 6 hour DMV requirement. Refer to other sections of web site for more thorough and detailed information.
  • Adults:
    Driving Training is the behind the wheel instruction. Driver training can be taken by adults, although no mandatory requirement is stipulated by the DMV. However professional driver training is a tremendous benefit in becoming a skillful, competent, and knowledgeable driver. These benefits are important in greatly reducing driving accidents after you first receive your drivers license. Training is conducted in 2 hour sessions. You and your instructor can determine the necessary amount of lessons that are appropriate. Refer to other sections of web site for more thorough and detailed information.