Community Education offers two different Driver's Education programs. One is a classroom-based program which prepares students for the written permit test. This is a 2-hour class, offered Monday through Thursday, for one week.
The second is one-on-one real-world driving instruction, using vendor vehicles on actual streets. Sessions are available in six-hour increments. Vendor instructors will communicate with parents regarding the student’s strengths and weaknesses.
Parents may wish to contact their insurance company regarding Driver's Ed classes, as some companies offer discounts for young drivers who attend a Driver’s Ed class. Requirements for this discount can vary from company to company.
These classes are in preparation for the state driver’s permit test. The actual written permit test, and driving test, must be taken by the student at a state Motor Vehicle Department location.