Yes, all new drivers in Virginia must obtain a learner's permit. Please refer to the Department of Motor Vehicles Learner's Permit Information.
If so, they are posted on this website and on our Facebook page. Please note that our prices are already set at an affordable rate compared to other companies.
We accept cash, money order, credit card, debit card, google pay, and apple pay. No personal checks are accepted. Checks are only accepted from companies, government clients, and other entities. No personal checks.
Yes, depending on the class, we can provide installment plans for payment. Call 757-926-5956 if you want to inquire about paying in installments.
If you are an approved home schooler, driver education can be taught at home. The student must currently be enrolled in a home-schooled program approved by your school division superintendent. Please refer to the Department of Motor Vehicles Driver Education Information for Home Schoolers.
Parents are welcome to sit in a classroom session if space permits. Parents are not permitted to sit in for the behind-the-wheel course since the course requires students to observe each other during driving sessions.
However, parents are permitted to ride along during individual (one-on-one) driving lessons. Please make prior arrangements with the instructor. Parents must follow all directions and cannot talk during the lesson unless specifically asked by the instructor. If the instructor finds the parent to be a distraction, they can ask the parent to remove themselves from the lesson.
We recommend the parent or the student discuss their individual needs with the instructor or manager. We appreciate an advance notice in these situations so that we may work together to make the experience a success.
Please note we do not have the state curriculum or instructors qualified for those under medical review or who have significant learning/physical disabilities. If we determine that we are not qualified to instruct the student, we will refer them to programs that specializes in helping individuals become safe and capable drivers.
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.