The DMV has implemented safety measures to minimize customer contact. Driving schools are only permitted to have 1 student and the instructor in a vehicle at a time. Additionally, the 50-minute observation periods are temporarily being waived.
All students and instructors MUST wear a face mask in the vehicle. Gloves can be worn if desired. We ask that students wash their hands before they enter the vehicle. We will continue to sanitize our vehicles and equipment between student appointments and provide students with hand sanitizer.
Any student who feels sick should stay home and reschedule their class period.
Driving Lessons are 60-minute in-car instruction periods for students to learn how to drive, work on specific skills or get their skills evaluated for safe driving. The content of lessons is up to the student. Students can request to work on a specific skill (changing lanes) or multiple skills (U-turns, perpendicular parking, right of way).
As a driving school licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles, we are barred from guaranteeing that a student will drive perfectly upon completion of lessons. However, we do our best to make sure students understand the rules of the road, laws of driving, safe driving skills, and defensive maneuvers. If at the end of driving lessons the student needs to continue to practice, then the instructor will complete a student evaluation to inform the student of areas to work on.
Lessons are available to anyone at least 15 years and 6 months old. The student must have a learner's permit or driver's license. Any other driving credential (e.g., international license) will need to be verified by the DMV. Students are not required to have driving experience.
We recommend the student or parent discuss any learning or physical disabilities with us before registering. We appreciate an advance notice in these situations so that we may work together to determine if the student will be successful at our school.
No driver's license or medical review can be issued for driving lessons.
As part of Virginia’s graduated licensing programs, teen drivers must have 45 hours of on the road driving practice, 15 of which must be after sunset, before they can be issued their driver's license.
The 45 driving lessons package is only available to individuals under age 18. Teens will receive a driving log for the hours completed with us to go towards their 45-hour driving log. The instructor will also issue an evaluation report at the end of training.
Students located outside of Hampton, Newport News, & Yorktown will be charged an additional $10 fee per lesson if pickup and drop-off is requested.
Exclusive to students under age 18, who need to meet their 45 hours of guided practice requirement for a driver's license.
Prices subject to change without notice.
Due to a massive volume of customers and a rapidly expanding wait time for driving hours, currently, we are not scheduling new driving students. Students can register to be added to a waitlist. An estimated start period will be given, however, that date is not guaranteed. We will begin scheduling new waitlist students once our backlog of driving hours returns to a wait time range of approximately 5-to-6 weeks or less.
Step 1: Complete and submit the registration form
Step 2: Sign the contract that will be sent to your email within 48 hours after registration. A response email is required! There is no way for us to know that you agree to the terms if there is no communication. Even if you think it will take you a couple of days to gather your paperwork, still respond by the deadline given.
Step 3: Coordinate a schedule with the instructor or a school representative. Once the schedule is confirmed, a Square Invoice will be sent to your email with a due date for the 40% non-refundable deposit and a due date for the remaining balance.
For questions or comments, call our office Monday through Friday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm at 757-926-5956 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.