Lessons

To Enroll

To enroll in a Driver Education class, students must be at least fourteen and a half years of age, but not more than eighteen years of age, and actively enrolled in a public, private, charter, or licensed home school. Once the classroom phase of Driver Education is completed, student may enroll in the behind the wheel portion, which is 6 hours of instruction. The behind the wheel portion of Driver Education consists of 3 day, two hour sessions each day.

The School Agrees

The School agrees to provide the following Teen Driving Course Standard Rate only

TEENS UNDER 18

~ open enrollment now~

    LIVE ZOOM PLATFORM    

 SATURDAY SESSIONS DATES 

FALL & WINTER 2021

HYBRID SESSIONS

pick your preference

1 - ZOOM live Platform

2 - CLASSROOM In Person

SEPT 11th, 18th, 25th & OCT 2nd

FINAL OCT 9th

OCT 23rd, 30th NOV 6th & 13th

FINAL NOV 20th

    WINTER BREAK SESSION    

DEC 27th - 31st

(Monday - Friday)

~ Highly Interactive ~

30 Hr Classroom plus 

6 Hr Behind the Wheel

$550.00

6 Hr Behind the Wheel

ONLY no Classroom

$400.00

Prices are subject to change and

may vary based on your location.

Please call for more info.

CLICK TO PRINTOUT FORMS FOR

TEENS CONTRACT FORM

TEENS RESTRICTED PERMIT FORM

OBTAINING YOUR DRIVERS ELIGIBILITY CERITIFICATE

ANSWERS FOR PARENTS

Location

800 Park Offices Drive

Office #3319

Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

(office located in the Frontier)

Important Links

Adult Driving Course

Hourly Rate $65.00 Adults

Pickup: Home, School or Work

Package Deals: Discounts Available

Adult Driving Class C

Prepare for your Learners Permit Exam

(Live Zoom)

6 hours classroom (DMV Manual)

$120.00

Adult Driving Lessons:

Pickup and Drop-off No additional Fees!

Our Instructors

Our instructors offer behind the wheel for Teens, Adults and Seniors in the following areas:


Coverage Area includes


■ Garner                      ■ Durham

■ Wake Forest             ■ Apex                    

■ Raleigh                     ■ Benson

■ Cary                          ■ Clayton

■ Morrisville                 ■ Lillington

■ Knightdale                ■ Angier
■ Zebulon                    ■ Holly Springs
■ Raleigh                     ■ Fuquay Varina
■ Wendell

 

Ready to get started

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Private 1on1

Private, 1-on-1 lessons to prepare you to pass the DMV road test and get your license

 ■  Pickup & Drop-off Included
 ■  7 Days a week, including evening’s

 ■  Additional behind the wheel instruction          $75.00 per 2 hour lesson

Answers for Parents

Graduated Licensing

Licensing for Drivers 15–18 Limited Learner Permit

 

If you are at least 15 years of age and have completed an approved driver education course that meets North Carolina requirements and can present a Driving Eligibility Certificate (issued by the public school system), or a high school diploma or its equivalent, you may apply for a Level One Limited Learner Permit to operate vehicles requiring a Class C License.

 

• You must be at least 15 years old but less than 18 years old and reside in North Carolina.

 

• You must present a certificate showing you have passed an approved driver education course consisting of at least 30 hours classroom instruction and six hours behind-the wheel instruction that meets North Carolina requirements before you can take the test for a learner permit.

 

• You must pass written, sign and vision tests.

 

• During the first six months, a level one permit authorizes you to drive between the hours of 5 a.m. and 9 p.m., while accompanied by your supervising driver.

 

• Six months from level one issuance, you are eligible to drive anytime with a supervising driver.

 

• You must hold this permit for 12 months prior to applying for a Limited Provisional License.

 

• You will be given a Driving Log to be completed detailing a minimum of 60 hours of operation. Daytime or daylight driving can be performed from sunrise to sunset and as long as daylight exists. Nighttime or night driving can be performed after sunset and within the hours that sunlight or daylight does not exist.