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 1-hour 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 or multiple skills.
We do offer night driving. However, during Daylight Saving Time, we do not offer night driving due to sunset hours being much later in the day. Most night driving options we provide are during the Fall and Winter seasons.
*Teens can take driving lessons, however, this does not meet the behind-the-wheel course requirement for a driver's license. Any hours completed by a teen will be counted towards their 45-hour driving log. (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.)
How to apply for the course:
Step 1: Complete the application form.
Step 2: Check your email for a response from firstname.lastname@example.org after the application has been reviewed. Please give us at least 48 hours to get an email sent to you. When we receive a large number of submissions, the waiting period could increase to 72 hours.
**Pickup service is only for Hampton, Newport News, Yorktown, Seaford, and Poquoson.
Pickup Only for Hampton, Newport News, & Yorktown, Seaford, and Poquoson.
1-hour per day for 2 days
1-hour per day for 4 days
1-hour per day for 6 days
1-hour per day for 45 days
Exclusive to students under age 18, who need to meet their 45 hours of guided practice requirement for a driver's license.
Prices accurate as of March 1, 2021. Prices subject to change without notice.
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.