Ensuring Your Total Drivers Education

Learning to drive is an once-in-a-lifetime investment.

At drive-rite school, we know that you want the very best driver’s training available. Our professionally trained, state-licensed drivers education instructors teach the most advanced techniques in defensive driving.

We use a step-by-step method of teaching behind the wheel so that each student progresses at his/her own pace, rather than being forced into a rigid pattern. The maneuvers, space management, time (speed) management, visual searching, intersections and distractions are given careful attention, however, if the student is having trouble driving in traffic and needs more time, we make sure that we accommodate that student.

State Laws

State law requires that anyone under the age of 18 complete a minimum of 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Students are required to pass a written final test on the last day of each week and a certificate is issued upon completion of both the classroom and driving hours. We have a convenient classroom location and times.

Register for Class

Classes for teen and adult drivers are now forming at drive-rite driving school. Our Packages covers everything from classroom to home pick-up for the behind-the-wheel plus additional hours for those that are timid behind-the-wheel. Any additional classroom and driving lessons are available at reasonable costs.

The drivers education vehicle you learn to drive in is available for your use when you are ready to take the road test for your license for just $85.00. We’ll even give you a review and go along with you to the exam station to help you through the red tape.

Teen Courses

At drive-rite, we work hard to develop and maintain a program that fits every student’s individual needs. Our drivers education programs are customized to the needs of our students and communicate results to both parents and the student. Our experience shows that students require a gentle touch and learn at different rates. After all, for most of them, it is the first time they have driven with anyone outside of a parent, legal guardian, or custodian.