Driving Lessons

For Ages 15 1/2 or Older

Driving Lessons are 1-hour in-car instruction periods with a driving instructor. Lessons can be structured to teach a student how to drive, to assess driving skills or to work on specific skills for improvement.

Individuals age 18 or older can request a CSMA 19 form be completed if they demonstrate safe driving skills and are driving to DMV standards. If the driving instructor states that the individual needs improvement on their safe driving skills then a student evaluation will be issued with notes on the areas that need improvement.

Individuals under age 18 will receive a driving log for the hours completed with us and an evaluation report at the end of training.

How are students scheduled?

Driving is conducted Monday through Friday. Saturdays are available if we are not teaching classroom courses. Most Sundays are not available for driving. Most driving days consist of appointments from 7 AM to 7 PM.

We do our best to arrange the closest time available for your lesson(s). However, majority of our students are teens in high school and college and the late afternoon appointment times go first and therefore, will have a longer waiting period.

We try to be as flexible as possible with student schedules. During the school year, afternoon instruction periods from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm are our busiest. Wait periods could be as long as 4 to 6 weeks.

Summer time allows for a more flexible schedule since many students are out of school. Appointments could be early morning or afternoon depending on availability. Summer time is the busiest time of the year for us. Wait periods could be 6 weeks or longer.

Lesson Price & Package Prices

Prices can be found by clicking the button below.

Price List

Enrollment Process

Step 1: Register

Complete and submit the registration form for the course.

Enrollment is limited and students are enrolled on a first come, first served basis.

Step 2: Submit Proof of Learner's Permit or Driver's License

After submitting the registration form, a response will be sent to the email(s) provided. This email will again detail information about the course and the requirements for the course. The available start date will be listed in the email as well. Respond to the email with copies or pictures of the required documents so that we can verify that you are eligible for the course.

Step 3: Read, Sign & Submit the Student Contract

This is very important! The contract must be signed and submitted to the school, in-person or digitally, by the date given in the email to reserve your seat in the course and to reserve the start date you received initially.

Step 4: Pay Deposit

A 40% non-refundable cash deposit is required with the submission of the contract.

The balance will be due before the student's first day of the course.

For example, a Hampton student who chooses the 4 Lesson Package has a course fee of $260. The student will pay a deposit of $104 and the balance of $156 will be due before the first day of the course.

In the event that the school is incapable of or unwilling to perform its part of the contract within 90 days of the first scheduled appointment, a refund of all fees will be made upon written request. However, the school cannot be held responsible for delays caused by unsafe driving conditions due to weather or any other reason over which it has no control. A partial refund (less the 40% deposit) will be provided upon request if services have already been rendered. No refund will be issued for failing a course or missing instruction periods repeatedly.

Have You Read the Enrollment Process in Full?

If yes, then great! You are now ready to complete Step 1.

Click the button below to begin the enrollment process and fill out the registration form.

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CSMA 19: Observaton Record (pdf)