According to California state law, all minors must have 6 Hours of professional practice with a DMV licensed instructor. As such, this package covers every necessary and relevant situation and technique for safe driving. Here is only a sample of what is covered in each lesson:
Vehicle Handling & Basic Driving
Urban & Freeway Driving
Test Preparation & Practice
Defensive Driving techniques
This is my second lesson with Kirt. He is very friendly and nice. He has Good teaching skills, lane change, and other skills to pass driving test. It was comfortable and good lesson.
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At Local Driving School, we provide our students with simple, clear and comprehensive Driver’s Education and In-Car-Driving training. Our approach and methodologies help all of our students become safe, smart and competent drivers.
We specialize in both driver’s education and advanced behind-the-wheel driver’s training. When students train with us, they learn not only the essentials of safe driving, but also advanced defensive driving techniques such as hazard detection, risk perception, precise vehicle control, space management and driver attitude.
On our student’s last lesson, we examine them based on the actual DMV test requirements. Our practice test gives you the best preparation possible for the DMV exam.
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