When Are Classes Held?
What If I Miss A Class
What Will I Learn?
Our Curriculum is developed by the Ohio Department of Public Safety. Material Covered in the Class Includes:
- Understanding Roadway Signs, Signals and Markings
- How to better manage risk
- Expressway driving
- Urban and rural driving
- Handling emergencies
- The effects of alcohol and drugs when driving
We follow with question and answer sessions and classroom discussion to reinforce the covered information.
Scheduling My Drives
What Can I Expect?
During the 8 hours of behind-the-wheel training, we offer a personal plan of instruction based on each student’s level of driving skill. Students are encouraged to discuss any areas of trouble they may have with their instructor, allowing extra attention to correct the problem areas. Students are provided with caring and patient instructors who offer helpful suggestions and encouragement. All instruction is done with only 1 student in the car so the entire 2 hour drive can be focused on you.
Where Will I Be Driving?
Students are taken out on rural roadways, through intersections, in higher traffic areas, and onto the interstate.
We practice skills including smooth starts and stops, turns, curves, lane changes, maneuverability (cones), and vehicle parking.
Because some teens have less driving experience, an individualized driving plan will be created for those students.
What should I bring with me when I drive?
You must carry your permit with you at all times when driving (as required by law) and wear your corrective lenses (glasses or contacts) if required.
How Do I Register?
You can register by calling (740) 425-1242.
If there is no answer, we are likely teaching a class or doing a student drive.
Please leave a message, including a phone number where you can be reached, and your call will be returned as quickly as possible.
You may also complete the Pre-Registration form found at the bottom of the PRE REG page.
Either way, you will be contacted to confirm your registration and answer any questions.