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Title: How Should I Choose a Driving School?
Post by: james5 on October 29, 2017, 08:57:38 am


For some of us, driving school meant spending a few terror-filled hours with a parent or sibling in an empty parking lot or neighborhood streets. Others may have experienced driving school in the form of school-sponsored driver education courses. In many states, the only way drivers under the age of 18 could obtain a driver's license was to present a certificate of completion from an accredited driving school. To address this need, several companies such as Sears sponsored driving school courses which would certify their students in as little as four days. Some critics of this practice referred to these driving schools as 'crash courses'.

If you're looking for a driving school to attend, there are a number of factors to consider. The cost of tuition can vary widely from school to school, so it pays to do a lot of comparison shopping before settling on one driving school. The cheapest driving school may not be the best option, however, because the money isn't being put into the classroom experience. Look for signs of investment, such as driving simulators, modern classrooms and well-maintained student cars. The cars should have some modifications, such as passenger-side brakes for the instructor or a second steering wheel.



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