Class sizes must necessarily be reduced to comply with 6 feet of social distancing requirements. All students MUST wear a face mask in the classroom. The face mask MUST be worn properly; refusal to do so will result in removal from class. We will clean and sanitize all high-contact surfaces (including doors, desks, chairs, and restroom facilities) daily and prior to the start of each new class.
Students are asked to thoroughly wash their hands prior to the start of each class meeting. Hand sanitizer will be available. Do not attend class if showing symptoms of illness.
A DMV licensed and AAA certified 8-hour driver improvement class for passenger drivers and CDL drivers. The course consists of a video, class discussion, workbook and final exam. The final exam is 50 multiple choice questions and a minimum score of 80% is required to successfully pass. If the final exam score is below 80%, you may return to take the exam again at no additional charge. However, per DMV rules, you can only take the final exam once per calendar day.
Terms & Conditions
No refund will be issued for failing the class or missing the class. You may be eligible for a refund if you decide to cancel your enrollment at least 3 days before the class date. Your refund amount will be the program fees only. Tuition and enrollment fees will not be refunded. Tuition and enrollment fees are $20 per program.
You are not eligible for a refund if we issue you any certificates of completion or other qualifying forms. Additionally, you are not eligible for a refund if you miss or are late to a class period. It is your responsibility to attend and be on time for the class date you chose. Fees will not be transferred to another class date.
Registration and payment are required for seat reservations. Walk-ins are not guaranteed a seat.
On the day of the class, bring and present (1) a photo ID (DMV-issued ID, valid passport, or government ID) and (2) if required by court order, present a court document if safe driving points are to be awarded by the driving school.
The Governor's Executive Directive for minimizing customer contact (1 student per vehicle) has expired and is, therefore, no longer effective. Driving schools must administer the in-vehicle component of driver education, behind-the-wheel, with two students in the vehicle to meet the observation requirement. This applies to juveniles and adults.